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Mulled Cider (non-alcoholic)


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Ingredients

2 litre(s)

Cider

  • 2 litre apple juice, This tastes lovely with the cheapest apple juice around, but for a real treat use something fresh like Australia's Own
  • 1 orange, Peel strips of orange zest off, leaving as whole strips
  • 2 tablespoon honey
  • 5 whole allspice berries
  • 6 whole cloves
  • 1 pinch ground nutmeg, if you have a whole nutmeg, grate a little bit freshly
  • 2-3 slice fresh ginger
  • 8 cinnamon quills
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Recipe's preparation

    Mulled Cider
  1. Place apple juice, orange peel, honey and spices into the mixing bowl of the Thermomix. Cook 35 minutes/90 degrees/sp 1. 

  2. Once cooking has completed, insert simmering basket and whilst holding it in place, pour Mulled Cider into mugs to serve. Alternatively, you can pour the cider into a Thermoserver and ladle it into mugs as required.

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Tip

This lovely, warming drink is served regularly in the Autumn and Winter in North America using fresh pressed apple cider  - which in the US is not alcoholic. It is refreshing, warming and the perfect start to a dinner party or just friends coming round the fire on a cold day. 


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  • Definitely a winner for the

    Submitted by vfe on 6. September 2015 - 15:55.

    Definitely a winner for the kids and adults alike. Aromatic and warming!

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  • Sensational!  An delicious

    Submitted by traceyhill on 3. August 2015 - 22:08.

    Sensational!  An delicious warm drink on a cold winter night. 

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