Mulled Wine | How to make Mulled Wine

By Alok Verma  |  23rd Aug 2016  |  
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  • Mulled Wine, How to make Mulled Wine
Mulled Wineby Alok Verma
  • Prep Time

    10

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  • Cook Time

    10

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  • Serves

    8

    People

15

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About Mulled Wine Recipe

Nothing screams of winter and holidays like a steaming mug of spiced wine. I’m an ardent admirer of mulled wine and its variations. The recipe that I’ve put to use is traditionally German and Austrian in origin. It’s referred to as Glühwein (roughly translated as “glow-wine”, from the hot irons once used for mulling) and is dated to c. 1420.

Mulled Wine is delicious and authentic dish. Mulled Wine by Alok Verma is a great option when you want something interesting to eat at home. Restaurant style Mulled Wine is liked by most people . The preparation time of this recipe is 10 minutes and it takes 10 minutes to cook it properly. Mulled Wine is an amazing dish which is liked by the people of every region. By the help of this recipe you can definitely know how to make a perfect Mulled Wine. Mulled Wine is an amazing dish which is perfectly appropriate for any occasion. Mulled Wine is delicious as well as healthy dish because it contains large amount of healthy nutrients. Surprise your family and friends by preparing this restaurant style Mulled Wine at your home.

Mulled Wine

Ingredients to make Mulled Wine

  • 2 Clementine Oranges
  • 2 lemons
  • 200 gms castor sugar
  • 1 bottle of port or claret red wine
  • 1 vanilla pod, halved lengthways
  • 6 cloves
  • 2 barks of cinnamon
  • 1 nutmeg
  • 4 bay leaves
  • 2 star anise

How to make Mulled Wine

  1. In a saucepan, heat castor sugar over medium heat. Add large sections of peel of clementine oranges and lemons and then add the juice of both oranges and lemons.
  2. Add cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg (12-14 gratings) & bay leaves. Throw in your halved vanilla pod & add red wine just enough to cover the sugar. Bring it to a boil & keep the wine on a rolling boil for 5 minutes, until you’ve got a thick syrup.
  3. Lower the heat, add star anise and the rest of the wine and after 5 minutes, turn off the gas. Serve it warm in glasses and serve. Garnish with whole cinnamon sticks and star anise. You could also add a wedge of citrus studded with cloves.

My Tip:

The reason for adding a small amount of wine is to let the sugar and the spices infuse and provide a gobsmacking base to the wine. If a syrup is not created at first and if you add the entire bottle of wine, you’ll end up burning off the alcohol content of it.

Reviews for Mulled Wine (1)

Asha Sharmaa year ago

I tried this at my friend's party and it was absolutely lovely! Now thanks to you I will prepare this myself :)
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