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Rhubarb And Cherry Wine – Home Made Recipes

Ingredients:


  • Rhubarb – 4 quarts cut into ½ pieces
  • Red cherries – 3 quarts of tart
  • Water – 4 quarts
  • Cane sugar – 8 cups
  • Wine yeast – 1 package


Directions:

Chain split rhubarb and stemmed cherries in a crock.

Now add water, shield with a coat sack dishtowel to save germs out and put in a warm place to ferment for 2 weeks. Mixing daily, crushing fruit alongside wings of crock. If you devise not seeded your cherries, don’t crush the mines. They would brand the wine bitter.

After 2 weeks completed, draining fruit puree over a filter or dishtowel. Crush till very dry.

Coming back fluid to crock and stir in the sugar, completely dissolved the sugar.  After that add the yeast and dissolve directions, stir well.

Then cover and ferment for 14 day, mixing 2 time a week.

After 2 weeks completed, again strain from side to side several layers of cloth or dishtowel. Fluid mixture will likely be very hazy and yeasty, so you should coming back it to the crock, 2 gallon vessels and allow it to relax for 3-5 days.

When the wine has mature, tap into clean, sanitized bottles and cork casually.

Once you are sure fermenting has finished, cork strongly. Store for at least 1 year before consumption.

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Yummy taste of Bittersweet Merlot Mousse

Ingredients:

  • Dark Chocolate – 5 Ounces liquefied
  • Silken Tofu – 1 1/2 Cups
  • Ground Sugar – ⅔ Cup
  • Merlot – ⅓ Cup
  • Pure Vanilla Extract – 1-1/2 tsp
  • Chocolate and nuts for garnish

Directions:

First melt the chocolate.

In a food processor, add all the ingredients and process until buttery.

Transfer it to the fancy cups and cover it.

Now place it in refrigerator for 5 hrs.

Before serving, garnish with chocolate & nuts, enjoy the yummy taste of mousse

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Delightful Jack Fruit and Wine

Ingredients:

  • Jack fruit pulp -1 kg
  • Sugar – 750 gm
  • Water – 2 liter
  • Yeast – ½ tsp

Directions:

Add sufficient water to cover ripe jack fruit then cook well on slow flame. Then grain well like a pulp.

Prepare sugar syrup.

Now dissolve yeast in half cup warm water.

In sugar syrup add the yeast mixer and the jack fruit pulp mix well.

Now transfer it to the bottle, Keep away for 15 days.

Then strain and place for another 3 days.

This wine matures with age.

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How to make Cherry Wine

Ingredients:

  • Cherries – 6 lb
  • Campden tablets
  • Sugar  – 2 ½ lbs
  • Wine yeast
  • Nutrient
  • Water

Directions:

Clean the cherries & rinse, transfer into a fermenting container and crush.

Then transfer on 4 pints of boiling water. When cool, add 1 Campden tablet, crushed and dissolved in a little warm water.

Add sugar and water boil for 2 minutes, allow to cool & mix into the pulp.

Add yeast, nutrient & cover, permit to ferment for a week, stirring daily.

Draining and return to a clean fermenting bin allow for 4 days.

Put liquefied into a bottle, fit airlock and leave to ferment.

Once fermentation has finished shelf the wine as necessary, add Campden tablet after the first racking. Creates 1 gallon of wine.

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Easy Making Date Apricot Wine

Ingredients:

  • Dried apricots  – 1 lb
  • Dates  – 2 lb
  • Barley  – 1/2 lb
  • Brown sugar  – 2 lb
  • Oranges –   2
  • Lemons  – 2
  • Water  – 1 gallon
  • Wine yeast & Nutrient

Directions:

Mix sliced apricots, dates & barley. Taste of oranges & lemons in 6 pints water allow to boil & simmer for 10 min. straining onto sugar and enlarge oranges lemons juice.

Now stir well to liquefy sugar and Transfer into subordinate fermentation pot as soon as cool to 70 degree Fahrenheit.

Then include yeast and nutrient into the process & fit airlock.

On the top 1 gallon in 3 weeks. Have to delay 3 more months, formerly shelf another time & bottle. Allow for a year to maturity.

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