Arabic Cinnamon Drink (Iner)

Arabic Cinnamon Drink (Iner) created by Rita1652

Keeps the chills away.

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22mins
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  • Boil all the ingredients in a saucepan except nuts on high heat, then simmer for 15 minutes.
  • Strain into cups.
  • Garnish with nuts.
  • Serve hot.
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  1. Annacia
    I likes Cookie's idea of using the apple juice/water mix and used that also. I loved the delicious outcome and it provided my required daily cinnamon fix. Really, whats not to like? :D
  2. UmmBinat
    I loved this and so did my 14 month old. My sister also liked it. I used fresh ginger (defiantly dont leave ginger out) and honey stirred in at the end in replacement of the sugar. I toasted the pine nuts in a dry pan and they were a good addition. I didn't have walnuts, maybe next time because I would love to make this again. This would be great during the snowy winter season.
  3. Mme M
    I love the aroma! The drink itself is like a mulled wine, but without the wine. It's a nice, non-alcoholic drink that is festive, therefore special.
  4. cookiedog
    I used half apple juice and half water. I cut down the amount of sugar (since I used the juice) and also cut the amount of cinnamon. I enjoyed this with some ginger snaps and it was a nice alternative to coffee.I'll make this again!
  5. Sharon123
    Loved this! At Rita's suggestion, I halved the cinnamon, only used 2 cups of water, used 3 short cinnamon sticks, 2 tlb. of sugar, and a small slice of fresh ginger. It smelled and tasted so good! Thank you!
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