Sangria is a perfect recipe to drink on hot summer days. It is refreshing, cheap and very easy to make, as it has simple ingredients that can be easily found in any supermarket.
I don’t usually drink alcohol often, but when I do I prefer wine and beer over other drinks with a higher alcohol content. The sangria specifically is one of my favorite options because it is also delicious.
- 3 tazas de vino tinto (750 ml)
- 2 tazas de zumo de naranja (500 ml)
- El zumo de un limón
- 4 cucharadas de azúcar de coco o moreno
- 1 manzana
- 1 naranja
- 1 melocotón
- Hielo al gusto (opcional)
- Pour the wine in a large pitcher.
- Cut the fruit and add it to the pitcher. It’s best to add them as you chop them so they don’t brown.
- Add the orange juice, lemon juice, and brown sugar. Stir until the sugar is integrated.
- You can add ice and serve the sangria directly, although the ideal is to let it macerate in the fridge for at least 2 hours and then if you want you can add a little ice. Stir it before serving.
- Serve it with recipes like vegan potato omelette, guacamole, vegan cheese… You can have it with your favorite dishes!
- Store the leftovers in a container closed in the fridge for about 2 days.
- Customize the sangria with your favorite fruits.
- I used brown sugar, but you can add coconut sugar or whatever sweetener you prefer. li>