What to Do With Leftover Wine
Using wine in your cooking is a great way to add a little flair to your meals. You can use it to add flavor to dishes, or you can use it to make sauces and glazes. You can even use it to create a delicious dessert.
One of the best ways to use leftover wine is by freezing it. You can freeze it in cubes to use in soups and sauces or you can freeze it in ice cube trays to make cool sangria. Once you freeze the wine, you can keep it for a few weeks in a freezer safe container.
Another great way to use leftover wine is to make wine vinegar. You can make wine vinegar by mixing three parts red wine and one part vinegar. This method is easy to do and you can even use your leftover wine as the base for this recipe. You’ll also need a clean glass jar and a bottle of vinegar with the mother of vinegar in it. You can age the vinegar in your pantry for about a month. This will make it taste a lot better than it does when you first make it. You can also use this vinegar in shrubs for cocktails.
Another great way to use leftover wine is by using it to make a mulled wine. During the colder months, this is a delicious way to spruce up your winter meal. This simple mulled wine recipe uses a good red wine, a few spices, and a cinnamon stick. You can also use leftover red wine for this recipe by adding a few orange zests. For a really impressive mulled wine, you can try combining the mulled wine with a little orange juice and a touch of vanilla bean. This mulled wine is best enjoyed during the colder months when you’re looking for an excuse to stay warm.
In the same vein as the wine granita, you can make a similar recipe using fruit juice and aromatic whites. This granita will not need an ice cream maker, and it works with light reds as well as aromatic whites. This recipe is a great way to use up leftover wine or to make a nice hostess gift.
You might not have thought of using leftover wine before, but there are plenty of ways to do it now. You can use leftover wine for many recipes, from red wine sauce to a sweet mulled wine. You can also use leftover wine to make a variety of other fun beverages. There are several recipes for wine ice cubes, so you can use your leftover wine to make a nice ice cube drink to cool down on a hot day. You can also freeze leftover wine in a muffin tin to make a tasty mulled wine.
You may have heard of a wine granita, but did you know that you can make one yourself? This simple, inexpensive recipe only requires two ingredients, and it can be enjoyed on its own, or paired with ice cream for a light summer dessert.