- Red apple – 1 (medium, not peeled, chopped into small pieces)
- Orange – ½ for garnishing, other ½ Peeled, cleaned (seeds removed), and cut into small pieces
- Brown sugar – 3-4 tablespoons
- Orange juice – ¾ cup
- Brandy – 1/3 cup
- Dry red wine – 1 bottle (750 ml)
Whenever I listen to Blake Shelton, I am reminded of Sangria. On that red, the translucent beverage is as alluring to see, as it is to taste. Filled with the goodness of fruits, and a little hint of alcohol, it is a perfect partner for a girl’s night in or family day out.
- Take a large glass pitcher, and add the apple and oranges to muddle. Use a wooden spoon to do so.
- Then add Brandy and orange juice, and keep on muddling till all of them mixed well (i.e. for about half minute). Add wine (red) slowly and keep on stirring. Taste the mix, and according to your preference add more orange juice or brandy. Addition of sugar brings out the flavor brightly.
- Refrigerate the same, or if you want to serve it fresh, and then add ice, lots of it. Additional garnishing of orange slices is recommended. This red sangria can be stored up to 2 days and is perfectly enjoyed when served freshly.
- Refrigeration of overnight is suggested so that the flavors.
- If looking for tinge in the taste, uses unripe fruits.
- You can use any dry red wine but it is preferred that you use Spanish dry red wine.
- Do not use metallic pitchers or containers to make or store Red sangria.
- Leftover should be refrigerated to retain the flavor.