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Help with White Sangria

PoppiYYZ Jun 20, 2011 03:24 PM

After trying an amazing White Sangria at an excellent tapas bar called "Ñ" on Crosby Street NYC, I have been trying to create something as delicious at home - without much success.

Anyone share a fondness for White Sangria and have a recipe to share ?

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    budnball Jul 13, 2011 01:39 PM

    I usually make Sangria by the half bottle since my SO does not like wine. For white, I mince 1/2 apple, 1/2 pear, and add some peach or peach nectar. I give this a quick few pulses of the blender to release some apple juice. I also add a jigger of Calvados but that is just me wanting a bit more POP. Add your wine, some ice and voila.

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    1. re: budnball
      alpine chef Jul 13, 2011 11:01 PM

      i will either go for the citrus, stone fruit ,or the apple/pear (pending the wine i use). my version..... i do a large dice and create a simple syrup from whichever fruit i use. club soda and (or sprite if i go citrus) a little brandy, schapps, or whatnot. all depends on flavor profile.

    2. maria lorraine Jun 20, 2011 10:36 PM

      Several old threads about this in years past, with recipes. Do a search on the wine board, all years.

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