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Mulled Cider Recipe via Debra Maslowski
Cook 30 mins
Total 30 mins
Yield 1/2 gallon
- ½ gallon apple cider
- 6 cinnamon sticks
- 12 whole cloves
- 5 allspice berries
- 2-3 slices fresh ginger
- ⅛ teaspoon cayenne pepper
- ½ cup brown sugar
- 1 cotton muslin bag with drawstring
- non-reactive saucepan
- Pour cider in a pan and heat on medium.
- Place all the spices in the muslin bag and pull the drawstring closed. Float the spices in the cider and simmer.
- Add sweetener as desired or leave it out if you wish. Stir to dissolve. Simmer for at least 30 minutes, or more if you want to concentrate the flavors.
- When ready to serve, turn off heat and remove spices. Seal spice bag a container and freeze for next time. (Mulling spices can be re-used 3-4 times before they begin to lose flavor.)
- To serve your cider, place an orange or apple slice in a mug along with a cinnamon stick. Pour hot cider over this and sprinkle the top with cinnamon. If you wish, you can add a dollop of bourbon or rum. Serve hot!
Apple cider is acidic and will react to aluminum or other pans of this sort. Use a stainless steel or ceramic coated pan when making mulled cider.
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