Mexican Sangria Recipe

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Mexican sangria contains a half a cup of contra or orange liqueur and a few other key ingredients. Get a wonderful Mexican sangria recipe with help from an expert in culinary topics in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Darlene Tenes from CasaQ, and today we're going to be making a Sangria de Naranja or an orange sangria. It's really simple to make this sangria and I've got to tell you it's really good. It's very dangerous though because it's very tasty and it will get people drunk at a party but we're just going to put a half a cup of contra or orange liqueur, a half a cup of liqueur. We're going to use half a cup of Baker's Sugar, Baker's sugar is a very fine sugar and it's great for when you are making lemonades or drinks or if you want it to melt very easily. So Baker's Sugar is much more refined and it's good for sangria and then we're going to put two cups of orange juice. So the last ingredient we're going to put in, of course, is wine which is what makes sangria, now you can use different types of wines. This particular one I am using a Merlot but you can use any type of red wine for this particular one. I must say I don't use good wines because you don't want to waste your good wine on sangria. We're just going to give it a quick swirl to mix all the ingredients up. We're going to put some orange slices in the pitcher so we'll get some more of that orange flavor. So now that we're finished putting the oranges in, you want to put it in your refrigerator and have it cool a bit and then when you are ready to serve it like we are now, you could put a little orange slice on the glass for your guests and fill up the glass with the sangria and then we are all done. We're ready to drink and here we are. We have the final the final product the Sangria de Naranja. For the full recipe go to Let's go have a little taste. Asa pronta.


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