Sunset Sangria

"This sangria is a snap to prepare, taking only about 5 to 10 minutes. Prepare it in the morning so it has several hours to develop all the fruity flavors. Recipe by Rachael Ray."
 
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Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
10
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine sugar, rum, orange liqueur, fruits and cinnamon sticks in a large pitcher. Cover with 1 bottle of the Rioja wine and chill sangria for several hours.
  • To serve, spoon fruits into glasses. Pour in the sangria and top off with a splash of soda water.

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Reviews

  1. Loved it! Sunset is about to hit, so enough of the tasting, now I need a full glass! I had both triple sec and Grand Marnier, and sprang for the good stuff. I think it probably makes a difference. All I had were some nice ripe white plums and some really juice Georgia peaches, and they are great in this! Thanks for posting!
     
  2. Used Grand Marnier for the orange liqueur. Made this for my tapas party and the guests enjoyed it but it wasn't a favorite of mine.
     
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RECIPE SUBMITTED BY

Hello! I have a wonderful husband and two fantastic kids. I love to read, have fun with family and friends, stay active with: running; soccer; golf; biking; hiking; and gardening. I love to travel. I'm looking forward to more international travel someday. Cooking has become a passion for me. I love to read cookbooks, watch the Food Network, and try new recipes. I have way too many cookbooks! A few of my favorites are: Barefoot Contessa (any - but especially 'Family Style'),Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals 2, Roasting by Barbara Kafka, Beyond Parsley & The Black Dog Summer on the Vineyard Cookbook. I try to carefully choose recipes that I think my family will enjoy, which is why most of my ratings are 3-5 stars. Happy cooking!
 
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