If you were ever wondering how to make sangria, I've got a sangria recipe or two to show you how.
Sangria is basically a red wine punch with a Spanish origin. You will find it served through out Mexico.And of course it is a perfect compliment to any of the Mexican food recipes you will find here.
Sangria is a delicious, fun, summertime punch. It is easy to make and even if you don't care for wine, most people like it's fruity flavor.
Making Sangria punch can be as individual as you are. Take your favorite red wine, add your favorite fruits, sliced up of course, and add your favorite soda or bubbly water. You can't go wrong. Make sure it is well chilled before serving.
In a large pitcher add the red wine, orange juice, club soda, sugar, and orange flavored liqueur and stir till sugar is disolved. Slice the orange into wheels and add the apple chunks and orange slices. Chill a t least one hour and serve over ice in individual glasses.
If you are serving this at a party, you can make it self serve by adding some ice cubes to the pitcher to keep it chilled.
Now that you know how to make sangria, impress your guests with this recipe at your next Mexican fiesta!
Sangria refers to a wine punch based on fruit juices. This recipe offers a low-cal version of this classic beverage that serves 8 and whips up in less than 10 minutes! Try this easy recipe at your next warm weather get-together.
In a large pitcher, stir all ingredients together. Allow to stand for 30 minutes before serving.
Place ice in glasses and serve.
Yields about 3/4 cup of sangria per serving.
This wonderful recipe is from easy-strawberry-recipes.com. If you are looking for strawberry recipes this is the place to go.
We hope you enjoyed learning a bit about sangria from our sangria recipe.
We hope to encourage you to create some of your own sangria recipes. Who knows, you might come up with a great recipe! If you do we hope you will share it with us.
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