Spiced with cinnamon and cloves, the smell of mulled wine rises in our noses while strolling through the Christmas markets. The hot drink tastes best when it is freezing cold outside. We’ll show you how it’s made.
Completed in 25 minutes
Difficulty : moderate
This recipe is Alcohol, party , hot mulled wine , drinks , cooking , spices , fruits
Per serving Energy: 88 kcal, carbohydrates: 12 g,
For 8th Servings
4thCapsules star anise
1Stick of cinnamon
1Tl coriander seeds
1l dry red wine
- Press the cardamom pods open with the broadside of a large knife. Put cardamom, cloves, allspice, star anise, cinnamon stick, coriander and aniseed in a tea bag and tie.
- Cover the red wine and 500 ml water with the teabag and bring to the boil. In the meantime, wash the orange with hot water, dry it and cut it into 1 / 2-1 cm thick slices. Add to the wine and cover and let steep for 15 minutes over a mild heat.
- Squeeze out the tea bag over the wine and remove it. Season the mulled wine with sugar.