Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
"What would summer be without lemonade? Actually, this can be considered more of a wine cooler and is definitely the kind of lemonade not to serve to children. With a massive heat wave being felt around the world, including Spain’s Basque region, it is most likely that the 'ardaurgozatza' is flowing daily." Neither soak nor chill time is included. Taken from hispanickitchen. com and posted for ZWT.
- 3 lemons, sliced and peel reserved
- 16 ounces water
- 1⁄2 cup sugar
- 16 ounces red wine
- 16 ounces white wine
- Soak the lemon peel in the water for 24 hours.
- Add the sugar and both types of wine to the water.
- Add in the sliced lemons and chill before serving.
This is a great little quick-fix sangria! I made a single serving (ok a couple of them) by squeezing a quarter of a lemon, then adding the appropriate amounts of water, white and red wines. Enjoyed this - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for ZWT8, Chefs gone WILD!
This is a good sangria, though the lemon is subtle. I wasn't totally sure of the intention of the instructions, so I peeled the lemon for the soaking and then sliced the remaining lemon for the chilling part (and then let it sit for 4 hours, so it would have some time to be infused with the flavor). I removed the rinds after the 24 hours so it wouldn't become too bitter. For more of a lemonade feel, I think adding some lemon juice and more sugar would be a great addition to this drink.
Light and refreshing summer drink. I cut the recipe in half , sorry I did that lol. Thanks for posting Made for world tour 8