Make Your Own Mulling Spices and
Enjoy a Delicious Glass of Mulled Wine
22nd December 2017 -- Issue #121
Table of Contents
1. My Facebook Page/Youtube/Google Plus/Twitter Links
2. Recipe of the Week - Mulled Wine Mix
3. My Recipe Book
4. Top Tips on Toasting and Grinding Spices For Fab Flavours and Mouthwatering Aromas!
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Homemade Mulled Wine Mix
With this simple homemade recipe you'll never be short of a delicious glass of spiced wine! This traditional drink is typically served warm or hot and is a favourite especially around Christmas and New Year.
Makes about 6 tbsp
3-4 whole star anise
8-10 green cardamom pods
1 x 3 inch cinnamon stick
1 tbsp brown sugar
4 tsp allspice berries
2 tsp whole cloves
1 large orange
A piece of fresh ginger root
An 8-10 inch piece of cheesecloth
tbsp = tablespoon
tsp = teaspoon
That's all there is to it!
Note: See the link below for a variation of this recipe and how to make the actual drink
If you don't want enough mulling spices to make 3 bottles of wine as above, reduce the amount of each ingredient. Conversely, if you want to make more mulled wine, increase each ingredient quantity.
Click here to see a variation of the above recipe which includes directions on how to make mulled wine itself.
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- A Collection of BBQ Rubs
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- Curry Powder and Masala Blends
- Pumpkin and Pudding Spice Recipes
- Mulling and Pickling Spice Mixes
- Recipes For Dry rubs
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How to Toast and Grind
Dry toasting and grinding spices is the key to getting the most flavour out of your ingredients and into your home cooking...
Step 1: Add your whole spices to a dry pan over a low to medium heat and whilst stirring or shaking the pan, lightly toast them for a few minutes. When you can really smell the aromas and they start to darken, they're ready.
Step 2: Let them cool and then grind.
Step 3: For a finer blend, put them through a sieve before combining with any ground ingredients and herbs.
Click Here for step-by-step info and photos on this recommended technique.
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Jason - Spice-Mixes.com