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Chilled Mulled Pomegranate Wine with Pomegranate Ice

 

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Recipe

Chilled Mulled Pomegranate Wine with Pomegranate Ice

Instead of drinking your wine right out of the bottle, spice it up for summer with some citrus, cinnamon sticks and fresh herbs. Add some homemade pomegranate seed ice cubes to cool you down and impress your friends.

Times

  • Prep Time : 5 min
  • Cook Time : 30 min
  • Chill Time : 2 hour
  • Ready Time : 2 hour, 35 min

Servings

4-6

Ingredients

    Chilled Mulled Pomegranate Wine

    • 1 bottle Morad Pomegranate Wine
    • 1 orange, sliced
    • 1 lemon, sliced
    • 1 whole cinnamon stick
    • 2 sprigs fresh rosemary

    Pomegranate Ice

    • 1/2 cup fresh pomegranate seeds
    • 1 cup water

    Directions

    To make the pomegranate ice, place 1 teaspoon of fresh pomegranate seeds into each ice cube tray. Pour water over the seeds to fill the trays then freeze until solid.

    Pour 1 bottle of Morad Pomegranate Wine in a medium pot with the orange, lemon, cinnamon stick and rosemary.

    Bring the wine mixture to a simmer over medium heat then remove from the stove and allow to steep for 30 minutes.

    Cover the pot and place it in the fridge for two hours to chill. Strain the wine to remove the citrus, cinnamon and rosemary.

    To serve, add a few fresh pieces of citrus to each glass, pour the wine over the top, add a cinnamon stick to each cup then throw in a few homemade pomegranate ice cubes at the end.

    About Melinda Strauss

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    Melinda Strauss is the Director of Special Events for the Kosher Media Network. Melinda is a self-taught cook, food blogger, and mother of two young children from Woodmere, New York. She loves to be adventurous and daring in the kitchen and hopes to inspire her readers by adding fresh twists to simple recipes and bravely using unusual ingredients in an accessible way. You can visit Melinda on her blog Kitchen-Tested to see illustrated, step-by-step recipes and stories.

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