Hot Perked Apple Cider

"Using a coffee percolator, this cider is great on cold winter days. Recipe source: Cook time is perking time. Bon Appetit (November 1984)"
 
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Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Pour cider into large percolator (8-10 cup).
  • Place remaining ingredients in percolator basket.
  • Perk 10 minutes.
  • Pour into mugs.
  • Garnish each with a cinnamon stick (from the Percolator basket) and serve.

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Reviews

  1. SB61287
    It is really chilly today & I decided ti tag this recipe for PRMR. Great decision and great recipe. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
     
  2. anonymous23
    used this as a general guide for making a small amount of cider (~3 cups we got from juicing some of our neighbor's apples) by just heating it on the stovetop. used ground cloves and ground nutmeg in a spice bag. mmmmmm... I won't be cold again for a while. and I'm looking forward to this treat again--soon.
     
  3. Rita1652
    5 stars is for making it in the crock pot! That and adding a nice slice of ginger to the crock is the changes I made. I would think getting the cinnamon stick from the percolator basket would have a high risk of burns. this is a very comforting drink. The longer it cooked I added some water so not to be so strong or should I say sweet. I liked the brown sugar.
     
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