Saturday, March 31, 2012

Grape Squash/Grape Syrup



Ingredients
Purple Grapes: 500gms
Sugar: 500gms
Lemon Juice: 2 big lemon/ ¼ cup
Cloves: 2 (optional)

Method of Preparation
In a pressure cooker add grapes, cloves and 2 ½ cups water.
Pressure cook for 3 whistles and switch off the flame.
Open the lid after the pressure releases.
Add this to the blender when slightly cooled and blend it well and sieve with a strainer.
Add this sieved juice again to a pan add sugar and lemon juice and keep on flame.
When it boils, low the flame. Stir occasionally.
When it becomes slightly thick and get slight one string consistency switch off the flame. (Don’t wait the squash to be thicker while on stove, as it becomes thicker while cooling, so switch off the flame when it is slightly thick)
Cool and transfer to a clean and dry bottle.
Keep refrigerated.
To make juice from it, take 3tbsp squash to 1 glass cold water, stir well and serve. If necessary or according to your taste you can add 1tsp lemon juice to it.



Sending to ABC Series-Fruit Fiesta Event at Ramyas Space










13 comments:

Kalpana Sareesh said...

Awesome squash i am always a mad of these homemade squashes.. Bookmarked

Kit @ i-lostinausten said...

Love grape squash but never make before! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe! Have a nice weekend, Faseela! :)

Ramya said...

lovely squash...pls do link it with fruit fiesta ENDING TODAY

Hema said...

Nice one dear, never tried this, thanks for sharing this..

hemalata said...

Lovely squash but never tried this.Looks so yummy.

Julie said...

Lovely squash color n refreshing as well:-)
Erivum Puliyum

Mélange said...

Superb syrup there.What a color ? tempted badly with that .

Jay said...

bookmarked right away..gonna try soon..:)
Tasty Appetite

Princy Vinoth said...

wow i want one glass in this super hot weather!

Vimitha Anand said...

Making anything @ home is the best. Nice flavorful squash

Rosh said...

The colour is killing me with thirst :D Love it!

maha said...

nice one....cool colour of grape syurp..
maha

Reshmi said...

good for the climate here :)... ugran colour