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How to make homemade sangria?

VIDEORECIPE How to make homemade sangria?

This easy recipe teaches how to make the best homemade sangria, a typical Spanish drink. Don't miss it!

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Easy to make cocktail drinks and snacks for your next party

The recipe can be found in this article

Easy to make cocktail drinks and snacks for your next party

Ingredients

number of servings
1
  • 1 l red wine Added to
  • 2 oranges Added to
  • 2 peaches Added to
  • 1 lemon Added to
  • 1 apple Added to
  • 60 g sugar Added to
  • 330 ml orange drink Added to
  • 1 stick cinnamon Added to
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Directions

10 min.
1. Step

Squeeze an orange and a lemon. Peel the peaches and remove the stone. Dice the peaches. Peel the apple, remove the core and dice. Cut the orange into half-moons.

How to make homemade sangria? - preparation step 1

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2. Step

Heat a little water. Add the sugar and stir until dissolved.

How to make homemade sangria? - preparation step 1

Source: Youtube

3. Step

In a large bowl add the cinnamon stick, peaches, apple, orange, sugar water, orange drink and wine. Stir.

How to make homemade sangria? - preparation step 1

Source: Youtube

4. Step

Put the drink in the refrigerator and let it stand for 3 to 4 hours. Then serve the sangria and enjoy!

How to make homemade sangria? - preparation step 1

Source: Youtube

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