Mulled Cider

Mulled Cider

If you want to fill your home with the scent of Christmas this mulled cider recipe certainly will and also provides a delicious drink. Fruity with mellow notes of spices and very easily drank. It can be a welcoming change to the ubiquitous glass of mulled wine that is forced upon guest as they enter any Christmas party. I have nothing against mulled wine, in fact I do rather enjoy a glass.
If you require an alcohol free version swap the cider for apple juice and simply omit the sugar as the apple juice should be sweet enough.

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Mulled Cider

Yields8 Servings

 2 l Dry cider
 2 Clementines, halved
 2 Cloves
 2 Cardamom pods
 1 Star anise
 2 Bay leaves
 25 g Soft light brown sugar

1

Add the cider to large saucepan and place over a low heat.

2

Meanwhile, cut the clementines in half and using the flat of the blade of a knife press down on the cardmom pods. Add all the ingredients into the pan. Stir and allow to simmer for 5 - 10 minutes until warm and infused with the spices. Do not boil. ladle into heat proof glasses and enjoy.

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Ingredients

 2 l Dry cider
 2 Clementines, halved
 2 Cloves
 2 Cardamom pods
 1 Star anise
 2 Bay leaves
 25 g Soft light brown sugar

Directions

1

Add the cider to large saucepan and place over a low heat.

2

Meanwhile, cut the clementines in half and using the flat of the blade of a knife press down on the cardmom pods. Add all the ingredients into the pan. Stir and allow to simmer for 5 - 10 minutes until warm and infused with the spices. Do not boil. ladle into heat proof glasses and enjoy.

Mulled Cider

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