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Recipe Name: Flavored Vodkas Submitted by: Administrator
Source: Source Description:
Ethnicity: Last Modified: 2/23/2014
Base: Beverages Comments:
Preparation Time:
Number of Servings: 1

Flavored Vodkas:
You can use any soft fruit such as apricots, berries,mangoes or
peaches.If you use cranberries, steam them or simmer them gently in
water untilthey burst. 2 cups fruit (pared and chopped) (berries can be
left whole- fruit with pits, seeds or stones must have them removed -
larger fruitcan be sliced or chopped) ***** 1 cup sugar; 2 cups water;
1 quart vodka****Place the fruit in a large glass jar with a wide
mouth. A gallonpickle jar is ideal. Add sugar. Stir lightly with a
wooden(!) spoon,slightly crushing the fruit. Add the water and vodka.
Stir and sealtightly. Let this mixture sit for 3-4 weeks at room
temperature. Everyfew days, turn the jar over and leave it in its new
position,alternating between right side up and upside down. After the
above timehas passed, store the vodka and fruit in the freezer (it
won't freezesolid) and serve chilled. Or serve it at room temperature
over ice orwith sparkling water added. Serve the fruit along with the
vodka.Recipe By : Siddhatma (BuktiMukti)From:

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