If you'd like to serve right away, use chilled red wine and serve over lots of ice. However, remember that the best Sangrias are chilled around 24 hours, allowing the flavors to really marinate into each other.
I usually make these with Absolut Citron or Barcardi Limon BUT I had some Limoncello Vodka left over and use it instead....OMG Delish. Took them to a wedding reception and they were a hit!! When I trying out a recipe jello shot, I make 1 small 3 oz box of Jello, if they are good, I always double or triple the recipe....
The 'Perfect Summer Drink.' The mint makes it refreshing and the gin makes it dangerous to have more than...well, never mind-you can never have too much! :-)
This is my Mother's recipe, straight from Kentucky; her notes say, "just as good without the gin", but don't you believe it!
Such a tasty summer treat. This is just the basic recipe for white sangria. You can add what ever fruit you like to give this drink extra fruity flavor. I've tried a great variety, but I always go back to berries (black, blue, raspberry), peach, and plum, as they tend to impart the most flavor. Now don't forget, eating the wine soaked fruit is the best part!
I got this recipe from a Pampered Chef consultant who was doing a cooking demonstration in my home. I have searched and have not found this exact recipe - which I love even though I am not a wine drinker. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Inspiration for this shot comes from the Jello Maven himself, Chaz Bosten Baden, and his archive of Jello shot recipes at http://www.boston-baden.com/hazel/Jello/. I have altered it to suit my tastes and used many other shots from his site, having since been named the "Jello Shot Master" by my friends.
I LOVE raspberry margaritas and have been dying to make my own.. but reluctant to get into the complications of real raspberries, and skeptical that Chambord would give me the strong raspberry flavor I wanted. So, I came up with my own! It's to taste, of course, but here's the general recipe. The best part is you can substitute the raspberry sorbet for mango.. or peach.. or strawberry.. or any flavor sorbet!
Even though it seems a contradiction for a sangria to be made with white wine (since sangria is named for its blood-red color), once you've tasted this festive thirst quencher it won't matter a bit! Pieces of mixed summer melons are the perfect match for a crisp Sauvignon Blanc. From 'EatingWell.com' and posted for ZWT5.
There are many, many recipes for Sangria to choose from, depending on what you like in your glass. My husband has been making this one for years, in fact we served it at our wedding reception! As for the name- well, if you don't watch how much of this you drink, you'll understand the name the next morning. Don't use high end wine or brandy for this, any subtle flavors will be lost. Cook time is resting time in the fridge.
Refreshing, tasty and healthy, this sangria will have you singing Ole! It's a little different than the traditional sangria as it has pineapple and apple. This is a great drink to have when you're sitting out on the deck with your friends. Enjoy!
This sparkling sangrÃa uses white wine instead of red, to better partner the vibrant peaches and oranges. Lemons and cherries may be added too, for an additional splash of color. A bit more potent than its sweet taste suggests, this sangria should be savored slowly