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Recipes for Fruit Syrup

Fruit syrup, is nothing but a concentrated juice from a less-expensive fruit (apple, pear, or pineapple), that is used to sweeten and extend the quantity of more expensive products.

With summers going on, there is an abundance of fresh fruits available nearly everywhere. Using this opportunity, it is the best chance to convert fresh fruits to a delightful and versatile fruit syrup. You can splash these syrups over ice cream or crushed ice for a chilly summer treat, or use them to flavor a variety of dishes such as soups, wine coolers and punches, smoothies, teas, yogurts, fruit salads or anything else your imagination can conjure.
  Tropical Teisseire Syrup
 

The fruit syrups can be restored for about two weeks in the refrigerator. For longer storage, you can use traditional canning techniques.

How To Make A Fruit Syrup ?

Ingredient:

  • 1 cup fruit
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • 1/3 cup water
Procedure:
  • Cook fruit with sugar and water until thick. Smash fruit while cooking.
  • For a thin syrup - press through strainer. For a thicker syrup, process cooked syrup in a food processor.
  • Serve warm. Store in refrigerator.
 
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Fruit syrup is quite popular used as an artificial sweetener. Know more about its different products.
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bullet Popular Fruit Recipes
With various fruit syrups, you can make any of these terrific recipes.
 
bullet Variations Of Fruit Syrup
Fruit syrup is a concentrated juice from a less-expensive fruit, used to sweeten and extend the quantity of more expensive products. Know more about its variations.
 
 
 
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