Blog Posts - Syrup



Tomato Water

YIELD: ABOUT 2 CUPS Tomato water, which was trendy way back in the ‘90s, has lots of uses, from a Bloody Mary ingredient to sauce for fish. For the true tomato lover, there’s something... The post Tomato Water appeared first on Know R...
by Know Recipes on Mar 29, 2016

Carrot-Maple Syrup

YIELD: 1 CUP As the carrot juice is reduced into a syrup consistency, the sweetness of the carrots intensifies. This dark orange syrup produces a deliciously sweet soda. 2 1/2 cups carrot juice 1... The post Carrot-Maple Syrup appeared fi...
by Know Recipes on Mar 28, 2016

Pear, Grape, and Honey Syrup

YIELD: ABOUT 1 CUP This syrup produces a rich, sweet autumn soda, mingling the lushness of grapes with the sweet goodness of pears. I also enjoy a drizzle of this syrup in a snifter... The post Pear, Grape, and Honey Syrup appeared first...
by Know Recipes on Mar 27, 2016

Prickly Pear Syrup

YIELD: 1/2 CUP Prickly pear is the fruit of a paddle-shaped cactus. Some people describe its flavor as reminiscent of bubblegum. Don’t be intimidated; it’s easier to work with prickly pears than it seems.... The post Prickly Pear Syru...
by Know Recipes on Mar 26, 2016

Rhubarb-Grapefruit Syrup

YIELD: ABOUT 2 CUPS This drink brings two of my favorite flavors together for an unusual (and unusually delicious) combination. 1 pound rhubarb, cut into 1-inch pieces Juice of 2 grapefruits (about 1 1/2... The post Rhubarb-Grapefruit Syr...
by Know Recipes on Mar 25, 2016

Pineapple Syrup

YIELD: 1 CUP As the pineapple juice boils down for this tropical syrup, the juice turns even sweeter, so very little additional sweetener is needed. Use this syrup to make the Creamy Piña Colada... The post Pineapple Syrup appeared first...
by Know Recipes on Mar 24, 2016

Very Plum Syrup

YIELD: ABOUT 1 CUP Prune juice isn’t a particularly sexy ingredient, but the resulting plum soda is a sophisticated beverage with a subtle sweetness and an earthy flavor. Don’t throw out the strained plums... The post Very Plum Syrup...
by Know Recipes on Mar 23, 2016

Cocchi Kentuckese

A personal variation of the Cocchi Irlandese, the Cocchi Kentuckese is a nice sour with a bit of a twist on the irish version.  Quite a bit more mild than a traditional sour, and the Cocchi Americano adds a great tasting smooth component.  Almost t...
by Trek by the Glass on Mar 23, 2016

Peach Syrup

YIELD: 1/2 CUP This is a subtle syrup with a mild peachiness lurking in the background. If you’re making this syrup in the winter, consider using frozen peaches, which will have been frozen at... The post Peach Syrup appeared first on K...
by Know Recipes on Mar 22, 2016

Grapefruit Syrup

YIELD: ABOUT 1 CUP The Fresca-inspired soda on page 29 harnesses the sweetness of grapefruit. But real grapefruit lovers enjoy the tangy tartness, which comes through when the syrup is flavored by the zest... The post Grapefruit Syrup app...
by Know Recipes on Mar 21, 2016

Apple Cider Syrup

YIELD: 1/2 CUP Nothing says autumn quite like mulled apple cider. Preblended mulling spices are widely available, or you can make your own blend using cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, allspice berries, dried citrus peels, and crystallized ginger......
by Know Recipes on Mar 20, 2016

Pork Chops with Maple and Whole-Grain Mustard Glaze

Maple and mustard are natural companions—one sweet, one tangy and, together, so good. I think whole-grain mustard is especially well suited for pairing with maple syrup, adding inviting texture as well as taste.Here, I made a simple brine for the p...
by The Briny Lemon on Mar 19, 2016

Mixed Berry Syrup

YIELD: 1 CUP Strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries are all great on their own, but when you combine them, the result can be magical. They blend together beautifully in this summer soda. In the winter, a 12-ounce... The post Mixed...
by Know Recipes on Mar 18, 2016

How to make Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry has been used in North America, Europe and in different parts of North Africa for medicine and for various health benefits. During Middle Ages, Elderberry was considered as Holy because it can improve longevity.Elderberry has a color of ch...
by All About Health on Mar 18, 2016

Arabic knafeh

A Palestinian dessert that is a heavenly combination of buttery crust and nutty filling...
by Chef in disguise on Mar 18, 2016

Recipe: Toffee Caramel Mini Easter Cakes

Adorable mini toffee flavoured cakes perfect for Easter. Continue reading Recipe: Toffee Caramel Mini Easter Cakes at Fuss Free Flavours.
by Fuss Free Flavours on Mar 17, 2016

Riesling-Raspberry Syrup

YIELD: 1/2 CUP Riesling is a relatively sweet white wine native to Germany. For this recipe, make sure the Riesling you purchase is sweet. If you have a drier wine, the amount of sugar may... The post Riesling-Raspberry Syrup appeared fi...
by Know Recipes on Mar 16, 2016

Cherry-Almond Milk

YIELD: 1 SERVING I’ve enjoyed strawberry milk on occasion, but I’ve always thought that it’s missing something. The cherry-almond syrup has a similar sweetness, but a more complex flavor and a bit of richness that I... The post Ch...
by Know Recipes on Mar 14, 2016

Maple Sugar Season: Tree-Following, March 2016

In my part of the world, maple (Acer) trees are particularly prized as the source of maple syrup. Recently, a story on the evening news featured the Governor’s ceremonial tapping of a maple tree outside the State House. This process involves drilli...
by Jean's Garden on Mar 13, 2016

Cherry-Almond Syrup

YIELD: ABOUT 1 CUP Pitting cherries is a pain and a half. Instead, cook the cherries whole, then smash them when they’re soft. If you’re using sour cherries, increase the sugar. Almond extract adds depth to... The post Cherry-Almond...
by Know Recipes on Mar 12, 2016


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