The warmth seems to have arrived and at least I feel like eating fruits, juices and fresh things much more. Sangria is a classic of this time, but I don’t often taste alcohol, so I thought of preparing a virgin or non-alcoholic version with my juice extractor and I was very surprised because it is incredibly rich.
As I have already told you on occasion, I prefer green juices for my day to day because they don’t have as high a sugar content as fruit ones, but I also like to enjoy one from time to time because they are very tasty and are always a much healthier option than packaged ones.
Para el zumo:
- 500 g de uvas rojas
- 125 g de arándanos
- 1 naranja
- 1/2 limón
- 1 plátano
- 1 manzana
- 70 g de arándanos
- Hielo al gusto
- We fight and chop the fruits of the juice and we remove the seeds.
- Cut the banana and the apple of the decoration. We reserve.
- We introduce the fruits of the juice little by little in the extractor.
- You can take the juice as is or strain it to remove any remaining pulp.
- Serve the juice in glasses with ice to taste and the fruit decoration.
- I advise you to clean the extractor as soon as you finish making the juice so that it costs less work.
- The ideal is to drink it just done, although you can keep it in the fridge in an airtight container, better if it is opaque. Fill it to the top to prevent it from rusting. The juice will stay alive for up to 72 hours. Another option is to freeze it if you want to prepare it in large quantities, although in that case leave free space so that the pot does not explode because the liquid will expand. Ideally, take it within a week.
- You can use the fruits you want, they don’t have to be the same ones that we have used, both to make the juice and especially to decorate it.
< li>I like the juice that way, but if you want it to be sweeter, you can add some natural sweetener such as maple syrup, agave, coconut sugar, panela, etc.