White Citrus Sangria

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Because it's Saturday...


Because it's the month that gives us Spring...

Because the monthly budget just rolled over (hello new camera lens and Ulta)... 


Because it's Dr. Seuss' birthday (learning to read would have been a drag without him)...

Because wine and fruit are a marriage made in heaven...

Make these.


Happy Birthday Jillian!!  This pitcher has your name on it.

White Citrus Sangria
Yield:  Serves 6
Prep Time:  10 minutes
Wait Time: 24 hours

Ingredients:
1 navel orange
1 blood orange
1 gala apple
1 bunch of red grapes
6-10 strawberries
2 bottles white wine (I used chardonnay)
Simple syrup (recipe below).

Directions:
Cut oranges in half, thinly slice halves.  Dice apple into one inch cubes.  Cut grapes in half. Cut strawberries into quarters.   Add cut fruit to a pitcher and pour in white wine.  Chill in fridge for 12-24 hours.  Add simple syrup to taste prior to serving.  

Simple Syrup
Mix one part sugar to one part water in a saucepan.  Bring to a boil until sugar dissolved.  Allow to cool.  Store leftover in fridge in an air tight container.  

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