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Sabroso Saturday: Sangria Recipe

Submitted by JDiazAsper on 07/24/2010 – 7:36 pm5 Comments

My friend, Ms Latina, just started hosting  a great recipe exchange on her blog- Sabroso Saturday (Tasty Saturday). It’s too hot to cook in DC so I went with a Sangria recipe. Lately, I have decided to go very simple with Sangria. Let wine, fruit and ice do the magic instead of a lot of extra stuff. I think going simple works. It feels lighter and fruitier for the summer. It was a hit at my last diner party.


  • bottle of a decent Rioja or other reasonably nice wine (you taste it in this recipe)
  • two oranges chopped- squeeze the orange before you chop it.
  • two apples chopped
  • 5 tablespoons of sugar
  • 2 cups of ice

Let the mixture sit for a while (10+ minutes). Serve each glass with fresh ice. It’s very fresh and nice for the summer without the added stuff.

Experiment with any fruit, even frozen works well. I tried frozen cherries the other day. It was great.

Sorry, we drank it all up before I could take a pitcure. What is your favorite summer drink?

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