How to Make Cut Fruit for Sangria

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The more fruits you use when making sangria, the more delicious it tastes. Learn how to make cut fruit for sangria with help from a published cookbook author in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Bruce Cadle, The Date Night Chef. Today, I want to show you how to make a cut fruit for sangria. Sangria is a great drink and the more fruits you're using, especially fruits that are in season, the more delicious it taste. Let's start by just cutting some green apple. We're going to reserve one slice for each glass and put the rest of the apples in our pitcher. Next, we'll cut a lime in a cross cut sections and I really like to mix up the different cuts. I love to use some slices, some wedges and really just add some more variety to the sangria. Same thing with orange, I love to do some cross cut slices of orange, it's just beautiful especially if you serve this to your guests in a clear glass pitcher; it's just going to look gorgeous. Now, grapes, I like to just slice in half and as you cut all the fruit, what's going to happen is once you add the wine, all those fruit juices and flavors are just going to blend together along with the wine for a really really delicious drink. Now, strawberries, this is a huge strawberry, but you can easily just cut them in half or quarters. I'm going to go ahead and slice this. Now, we'll add some white wine, you can use any white wine that you like; I like a Pinot Grigio for this. Now, we're going to just place the piece of each fruit on top of the ice in our glass. Let's taste and see how nice it is. See how beautiful that cut fruit as that fresh fruit and the flavors are already coming together into the white wine. Oh, that's really good! It's really light and really refreshing. I'm Bruce Cadle, The Date Night Chef. I hope you've enjoyed this video of how to make cut fruit for sangria.

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