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Sugar Syrup Recipe

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1 c White granulated sugar
1/2 c Water
Sugar syrup is used to make homemade liqueurs. To make, the ratio is 1 part sugar to 2 parts water. Boil together for about 5 minutes at a full boil and be sure the sugar is dissolved. The syrup and gt and gt MUST and lt and lt be cool BEFORE adding the alcohol mi ture as heat evaporates the alcohol. PROPORTIONS: One cup syrup plus three cups 80 proof vodka equals 60 proof liqueur. Two cups syrup plus three cups 80 proof vodka equals 48 proof liqueur. If a 100 proof vodka is used, increase the sugar syrup by 1/8 cup. For a creme de liqueur, double the amount of syrup called for in the recipe. The greater the amount added, the lower the alcoholic content. Sugar syrup should be adjusted to personal preference and to the outcome of the liqueur's taste since variation can occur. See recipes for the following Liqueurs: Banana, Blueberry, Cherry, Cranberry, Orange, Papaya, Pear, Peach, Apricot, Raspberry, Plum, Pineapple, Chocolate, Hazlenut, Irish Cream, Coconut, Coffee, Orange and Coffee Bean Cordial, Almond, Almond Tasty, Tea, Vanilla Cream, Vanilla Pecan, Ginger, Licorice, Cimmamon, Peppermint, Spicy Herbal. NOTE: Health food stores will have the best selection for many of the ingredients. Frozen, canned or dry fruits may be used BUT flavors will often not be as full. Herbs, nuts, and e tracts may be added and/or substituted in recipes creating an endless variety of combinations. Try a few basic recipes before e perimenting to develop a feel for proportions. Liqueurs should mature as indicated in the recipe before drinking. Storing tends to round out the taste and flavor. Be sure to keep a record of ingredients, amounts, time aged, etc. for troubleshooting and to assure you can repeat the recipe. Batches may vary for a variety of reasons, such as the freshness of fruit, aging time, etc. TIPS/INFO: Herb and spice flavorings are very potent so begin with a small amount 1/4 teaspoon to 2 teaspoons
Nuts and herbs MUST be crushed or broken to release full flavor Be sure to scrape off all the white rind on orange or lemon peels or a bitter taste will result Blot peels on paper towels to dry off oils and water Ripeness of fruit can affect the final outcome of taste If too weak, add more flavoring and resteep or try 1/4 teaspoon e tract To sweeten, the ratio is appro imately 1 ounce to 4 ounces If sour or bitter, add more sugar syrup If too sweet, add a bit of lemom and resteep for a week To thicken, add glycerine (1 or 2 teaspoons per quart) which is available at most drugstores and winemaking shops Strain and then filter liqueur once it has aged. To strain, first use a regular strainer and then restrain the fruits and nuts. Squeeze out as much juice as possible. FINALLY, filter the strained juice to achieve a clean finsihed product. Place a coffee filter or a paper filter in a funnel and pour juice slowly, stirring to prevent clogging. Replace filter as required and repeat process if any residue is apparent.

Sugar Syrup recipe and other drink recipes updated by our cooking food network top chefs. Fill Free to download and share with your friends and family.

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