Totally yummy addictive fruity drink!SERVES 8 -10 1 large orange 1 lemon 2 peaches 1/2 cup sugar (to taste) 4 cups full flavored spanish wine, such as Rioja ice cube, to serve
Refreshing, fruity and can pack a punch! Beware!SERVES 6 8 cups dry red wine 1/2 cup sugar 1 cup orange juice 1/2 cup orange liqueur (triple sec) 1 orange, thin sliced 1 lime, thin sl
Fruity, sweet and refreshing.SERVES 7 1 cup unsweetened pineapple juice 1/4 cup lemon juice 2 medium oranges, washed and sliced 1 medium lemon, washed and sliced 1 (750&nb
From wellbrook winery, Canada..a fruity and flavourful Sangria!SERVES 8 750 ml strawberry wine 1 1/2 cups carbonated lemon-lime beverage 1 1/2 cups orange juice 16 lime slices 16 lemon slices 8 orange slices
I had this at a GFs house one night and it was delightful! Thanks Martha (Stewart)! UPDATE 7/08: Made this delightful sangria a few dates ago. I would suggest using a variety of firm fruits for lots of color (orange slices, lime slices, black berries, blue berries, etc). I used blueberries, but they sunk. I also used Pinot Grigio and found it very refreshing. Chill all your liquids before serving. This can be made several hours ahead. Simply add the seltzer and ice at serving time.
I found this recipe several years ago and it is so good! I am always asked for the recipe when I serve it. It can all be mixed together the night before except for the addition of the club soda -- wait until just before serving to add it. Use oranges, lemons, and limes for the fruit slices.
My sister gets migraines from red wine, so this is the Sangria I make for her, while I enjoy my yummy red one! :) It's a little sweeter than my red one, but you can always use a dryer wine.SERVES 16
A refreshing and different melon salad for the 'big kids' in the family. Serve as a salad or a healthy dessert. Only 85 calories per 1 cup serving! Cooking time equals minimum time for chilling.SERVES 10
SERVES 4 1 fresh peach 1 fresh nectarine 1 fresh plum 1 cup raspberries 1 bottle sauvignon blanc white wine or pinot gris whit
My friend Stephanie modified a recipe I gave her, and came up with this fantastically refreshing sangria. It was a hit with everyone. And don't throw away that fruit at the end of the party-save it for "Second Serve Sangria Punch". That recipe is out here, too.