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December 4, 2013
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Build the Drink
- 1.25 Ounces Tanqueray London® Dry
- .5 Ounce simple syrup
- 3 Dashes of Angostura bitters
- Hot cider to top
- .5 Ounce fresh lemon juice
Build the Drink
- 6 cups apple cider
- ¼ cup real maple syrup
- 2 cinnamon sticks
- 6 whole cloves
- 6 whole allspice berries
- 1 orange peel, cut into strips
- 1 lemon peel, cut into strips
Pour the apple cider and maple syrup into a large stainless steel saucepan.
Place the cinnamon sticks, cloves, allspice berries, orange peel and lemon peel in the center of a washed square of cheesecloth fold up the sides of the cheesecloth to enclose the bundle, then tie it up with a length of kitchen string. Drop the spice bundle into the cider mixture.
Place the saucepan over moderate heat for 5 to 10 minutes, or until the cider is very hot but not boiling.
Remove the cider from the heat. Discard the spice bundle. Ladle the cider into big cups or mugs, adding a fresh cinnamon stick to each serving if desired.
50 Apple Cider Recipes You Need in Your Life This Fall
These desserts, entrees, sides, and cocktails taste straight out of the orchard.
Few things scream fall better than a piping hot cup of apple cider&mdashbut don&rsquot just limit yourself to the beverage form (as delightful as it is). Know that you can, in fact, go above and beyond the seasonal drink staple by itself to upgrade your fall menu. These easy apple cider recipes put a delicious twist on absolutely everything, from cookies and candies to savory chicken entrees and slow cooker pulled pork. Add a dash of apple cider to the breakfast table as the secret ingredient for waffles and pancakes, or make everyone come running to the kitchen with apple cider cupcakes, snickerdoodle cookies, and glazed scones. And, of course, there&rsquos never a bad time for spiked apple cider once temps start to drop (gotta stay warm somehow!). Sip on sparkling cranberry apple cider sangria, an apple cider Old Fashioned, and even an apple cider Moscow Mule for the most autumn-appropriate libations. Whether you choose a decadent dessert, an unforgettable dinner, or a seasonal cocktail, you'll love every one of these fruit-infused ideas. So stock up on apple cider, stat, or make your own with your apple orchard haul! For more cozy fall cooking inspiration, check out the best pumpkin recipes and the most irresistible fall casserole recipes that need to be on your radar.
Cookie connoisseurs will be dying to sink a sweet tooth into these glazed beauties, which boast the perfect soft center and crispy edges.
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8 Hot Apple Cider Vinegar Drink Recipes For Weight Loss and Immunity
When it comes to your health, apple cider vinegar is chock full of benefits. Not only does it help when you’re feeling under the weather, it has also been noted as a remedy for things like indigestion, diabetes and high cholesterol. So, if you’re looking to boost your health, these hot apple cider vinegar drink recipes are the way to go.
When I was younger, my dad would always get me to drink hot apple cider vinegar when I felt a cold coming on. He was big into natural remedies, no matter how much my younger self resisted. Now, of course, I recognize the benefits, but the thought of drinking apple cider vinegar was not so appealing for a young girl!
But after taking a look at the bundle of benefits apple cider vinegar has, I’m quick to recommend it to anyone looking to live a healthier lifestyle. Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is a staple in my house! Apple cider vinegar can help cure the common cold. The acidity from the vinegar soothes a sore throat by getting rid of germs and infection. Plus, it helps clear a stuffy nose as it’s packed with potassium, which thins mucus.
It also helps with weight loss! The acetic acid contains properties that boost your metabolism, suppress your appetite and lower water retention. Apple cider vinegar is full of enzymes and good bacteria, and has been found to help with diabetes, cholesterol, and stomach issues like constipation. On a day to day basis, it helps increase stamina and energy, improve digestion and even defeat bad breath!
If you’re looking to boost your health and reap the benefits of a natural tonic, try out these 8 hot apple cider vinegar drink recipes!
1. Apple Cider Vinegar and Raw Honey | Health, Home and Happiness: The simplest recipe, this apple cider vinegar drink is packed with healthy benefits. You want to make sure you’re using pure raw honey to reap the benefits from the enzymes. The recipe creator recommends drinking this combination on an empty stomach to help with digestion, inflammation and a boost of energy!
2. Apple Cider Vinegar Morning Detox Tea | Tasteaholics: If you’re looking for a morning detox drink, this is it! With ingredients like lemon juice, cinnamon and cayenne, it’s packed with benefits that will make you feel great throughout the day. It will boost your immunity and energy, and detox your body around the clock!
3. Flat Belly Tea | Awakened Nutrition: If your tummy gets bloated often, this recipe offers a natural remedy to beat belly bloat. Mix warm water with lemon juice, raw honey, apple cider vinegar and green tea for a combination that works to stimulate digestion, stop cravings and boost your metabolism.
4. Secret Detox Drink Recipe | Dr. Axe: Quick and easy, drink this concoction three times a day, 20 minutes before meals. Keep this up for two weeks, then drink it once a day before dinner or lunch. The addition of ginger to the common ingredients like cinnamon and lemon juice helps things like nausea and muscle soreness, making the drink even more beneficial.
5. Fire Cider Health Tonic and Homeopathic Remedy | Foodie with Family: If you’re up for a red hot cider, you’re going to want to give this one a try. Blended with horse radish, ginger roots, onion, garlic, lemon, habanero pepper, turmeric and raw apple cider vinegar, this recipe is packed with goodness. With benefits ranging from heart health to boosting your metabolism, and so much more, you’re going to want to sip this drink on the regular.
6. Apple Cider Vinegar, Honey, Garlic and Lemon Drink | Everyday Roots: I know what you’re thinking. Apple cider vinegar and garlic. Hmm. But yes, it’s the perfect concoction if you’re feeling under the weather. Just make sure to add the honey to combat the potency of the ACV and garlic! It’s a natural sweetener that’s also anti-bacterial and anti-viral, which is quick to act on a cold!
7. Bonfire Cider | Yuri Elkaim: The recipe creator has dubbed this the ultimate flu elixir, because it works to eliminate symptoms and get you back to your healthy self. It soothes and cleanses your system with ingredients including ginger and turmeric root, horseradish root, jalapeno pepper, dried Echinacea root, and more. It will boost your immune system and stave sickness!
8. Dr.Oz’s Swimsuit Slimdown Drink | Key Ingredient: As the title suggests, this apple cider vinegar mixture helps you slim down your waist line, among other healthy benefits. You can choose between grapefruit, orangeor pineapple juice, and with ACV and honey, it’s really easy to make.
Whether you’re feeling sick or are looking to boost your health, these hot apple cider vinegar drink recipes are the way to go! Try them out to see which mix works best for you and enjoy the health benefits as you sip away!
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Recipe: Gingered Hot Cider
Hot cider is an unbeatable winter classic for a reason: It’s wonderfully sweet and tart at the same time. It’s easy enough to make by shuttling a favorite old mug to the microwave, but if you stew it in a big pot on the stove with cinnamon and make sure guests know they can refill their mug anytime, the entire house feels warm and celebratory. From football games to the ski slopes, it’s the perfect wintry take-along for a shot of warmth and sugar — and booze, if that’s your thing. Here’s a way to make it without having to break out all the spices.
The Fast & Fancy Way to Make Spiced Cider
In lieu of the traditional cinnamon stick, try this spunky version, where the cider is infused with the bite of ginger tea. It’s a bit more exciting than plain cider, but won’t leave you bleary-eyed like your rummy college-era mulled cider — and it’s as easy as unwrapping a tea bag and letting it steep in the cider for a few minutes. If you’d like, add a thinly sliced coin of peeled ginger and a paper-thin slice of orange (with the peel) to each mug before you add the cider.
Heavy whipping cream makes your cider a little more like cocoa, in terms of creaminess, and I don’t see anything wrong with that. Get the recipe.
For all of your winter warm drink needs, try these unique takes on a cold-weather classic. May your mug always be full to the brim!
Homemade Apple Cider
Homemade apple cider is the greatest thing about fall. It's extremely easy to make and the perfect way to use up all of those extra apples you thought would turn into apple pie after going apple picking. It's warm, full of spice, and just sweet enough. It's perfect to put on before your Thanksgiving guests show up because it will fill your home with all of your favorite fall scents. Apple cider will stay good in your refrigerator for 2 weeks. Be sure to let it cool down completely before refrigerating.
Use the largest pot you have to make this apple cider or split the ingredients between two pots so that it doesn't boil over. Use your favorite apples or the ones you have on hand. The stronger flavored apples, like Granny Smith and Honeycrisp, will give your cider a stronger flavor! It might feel weird to smash the apples after 2 hours, but go ahead and smash them with a potato masher or just a large wooden spoon as best you can. There's a lot of important apple flavor hiding in there. You'll strain the whole thing through a fine mesh strainer to catch any solids. Use a ladle to help with this as there's a lot of liquid.
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Editor's Note: The introduction to this recipe was updated on July 27, 2020 to include more information about the dish.
Hot cider toddy
After last-minute shopping at two malls and a side trip to find wrapping paper only to come home and discover you’ve run out of Scotch tape, nothing makes the holidays happier than a good stiff drink. It’s even better if it’s one that’s easy to concoct and uses what’s in season.
And now that we’re just days from turning the corner to 2011, sharing a cocktail or three with friends and family is imperative -- in a convivial setting, maybe with James Brown’s “Soulful Christmas” playing, some mistletoe hanging or even balloons and streamers. (Happy New Year!)
Speak-easy trends may celebrate esoteric tinctures or rare liqueurs, but, fortunately, the success of a holiday cocktail doesn’t rest on whether you’ve stocked up on unusual spirits or ingredients. Indonesian batavia arrack isn’t necessary. No horehound candy (to dissolve in your rye) in your pantry? No problem. And if you don’t have the time to barrel-age a couple of gallons’ worth of Manhattans for six weeks before your get-together, it’s OK.
You’re likely to have on hand whiskey, rum, gin, vodka, tequila. And maybe, because it’s the season, a bottle of ginger liqueur or pear eau de vie (allspice dram might be pushing it).
In other words, you probably already have the makings of a party.
The flavors of the season also happen to make fantastic drinks. A Champagne cocktail made with persimmon, rosemary and a little nutmeg is like Christmas and New Year’s Eve all in one glass.
To help you celebrate, a dozen of L.A.'s best mixologists (including a chef) contributed recipes highlighting four seasonal flavors: pear, persimmon, cranberries and dried spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg or star anise.
They don’t call for days-long infusions but instead some easy-to-make simple syrups, such as the cinnamon syrup that bartender Alex Day makes for a pear- tequila cocktail called Papi Pera, or the cinnamon-allspice-vanilla syrup that Vincenzo Marianella of Copa d’Oro uses in his Nuit Rouge (ingeniously filled with cranberry-studded ice cubes).
Smitten with persimmons, 320 Main’s Jason Schiffer makes a sparkling cocktail with a syrup of the fruit, and Matthew Biancaniello of the Library Bar at the Roosevelt Hotel muddles his (from J.J.'s Lone Daughter Ranch at the Santa Monica and Hollywood farmers markets) with lime and mint for a bourbon drink and garnishes it with ground espresso.
Most of the recipes can be made at the last minute, but Zahra Bates of Providence makes a cranberry compote with ginger and sage in advance. She puts it into a sugar-rimmed Santa’s Sidecar but also adds it to cachaca for a Christmas caipirinha. “You or your guests could add it to almost any spirit,” Bates says.
Allan Katz of Cana Rum Bar steeps agua de jamaica overnight and uses it for daiquiris, margaritas and gimlets. “It’s tasty on its own,” Katz says, “and also makes an awesome additive to . basically anything.”
If you want an easy, light version of eggnog, Alex Straus’ Hemingway’s nog is it -- sort of a cross between eggnog and a rum fizz -- made not with eggs but creme fraiche.
So here they are, 12 cocktail recipes to get you through the rest of the, um, decade.
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 2 tablespoons dark brown sugar
- 10 black peppercorns
- 8 whole allspice berries
- 5 whole cloves
- 2 (3-inch) cinnamon sticks
- 6 cups apple cider
- 1 tablespoon honey
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 (2-inch) orange rind strips
- 2 (2-inch) lemon rind strips
- ¾ cup applejack brandy
Melt butter in a large saucepan over medium heat. Stir in sugar and next 4 ingredients (through cinnamon sticks) cook 1 minute. Add cider and next 4 ingredients (through lemon rind) bring to a simmer. Reduce heat to medium-low simmer 15 minutes. Remove from heat stir in applejack. Strain discard solids.