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8.1.5.1 Fruit Cordials




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This article is from the Food Preserving FAQ, by Eric Decker ericnospam@getcomputing.com with numerous contributions by others.

8.1.5.1 Fruit Cordials

This is a recipe that I got from a non-net person in Seattle. I've had some
of his blackberry cordial, and it was spectacular. He claimed that it was
the easiest recipe that you could ever imagine, and I'd have to agree. He
has doubled it, halved, tripled it, and suspects that it would work with
any kind of fruit, so try it! LEB.

Fruit cordial recipe:
1/3 part cleaned and drained fruit, 1/3 part granulated sugar, 1/3 part
vodka.
Crush the fruit, mix all ingredients together. Store for 2 weeks covered,
in the dark. Strain. Pour into sterilized bottles. Cork. Drink.

Even the fruit dregs are great over ice cream.

 

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