Homemade Ginger Cardamom Soda With Lime

Homemade Ginger Cardamom Soda With Lime created by Outta Here

This is a good recipe, and can be changed up with different fruits and spices! For example, lightly crush berries and blend them with sugar and water to make a berry-flavored syrup. Add fresh basil to peach puree to spice up a non-alcohol Bellini! Many options await you and will delight your guests. Posted by Michael Dietsch on Serious Eats.

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  • In a small, dry pot, toast cardamom over medium heat until fragrant.
  • Remove the pot from the heat. Add ginger, sugar, water, and lime zest. Place back on heat and simmer until sugar is dissolved, about 5 minutes. Cool syrup; strain and discard solids.
  • In a cocktail shaker(or a jar with lid), add 1 oz. syrup (or to taste) and lime juice. Add ice and shake to blend. Divide between two tall glasses, filled with ice.
  • Top with sparkling water, club soda, or sparkling cider. Stir gently and serve immediately.
  • Enjoy!
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"This is a good recipe, and can be changed up with different fruits and spices! For example, lightly crush berries and blend them with sugar and water to make a berry-flavored syrup. Add fresh basil to peach puree to spice up a non-alcohol Bellini! Many options await you and will delight your guests. Posted by Michael Dietsch on Serious Eats."

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    Homemade Ginger Cardamom Soda With Lime Created by Outta Here
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    Very refreshing. I served mine in tonic water. Looking forward to summer when I can have a nice, cool "mocktail" on the patio, made with this. Also looking forward to trying some variations, as suggested. Made for tag game at kittencalskitchen.com.
  3. Sharon123
    This is a good recipe, and can be changed up with different fruits and spices! For example, lightly crush berries and blend them with sugar and water to make a berry-flavored syrup. Add fresh basil to peach puree to spice up a non-alcohol Bellini! Many options await you and will delight your guests. Posted by Michael Dietsch on Serious Eats.
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