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Drink from Hibiscus with Ginger Recipe
Fast, inexpensive, labor-intensive drink from products that are all year round at hand. You can easily adapt to your taste: make more or less sweet, more or less spicy.
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a saucepan, add sugar and sliced into strips or thin slices of ginger (the smaller - the faster it will give its taste and aroma). Fill with water and bring to a boil.
    In a saucepan, add sugar and sliced into strips or thin slices of ginger (the smaller - the faster it will give its taste and aroma). Fill with water and bring to a boil.
  2. Add the hibiscus flowers and boil for another 5 minutes. Turn off the stove and leave the pan on the hot burner for another 10 minutes. Strain and cool.
    Add the hibiscus flowers and boil for another 5 minutes. Turn off the stove and leave the pan on the hot burner for another 10 minutes. Strain and cool.
  3. Add the lemon juice. In glasses you can add crushed ice and decorate them with a slice of lemon.
    Add the lemon juice. In glasses you can add crushed ice and decorate them with a slice of lemon.
  4. My flowers are very large. Small, broken or tea filter bags-the infusion time is better to reduce.
    My flowers are very large. Small, broken or tea filter bags-the infusion time is better to reduce.
  5. I like the "frost" on the glass. But today there was no suitable sugar: large crystals. Small sugar melts quickly.
    I like the "frost" on the glass. But today there was no suitable sugar: large crystals. Small sugar melts quickly.
  6. Easily change the flavor of the drink (if you don't like ginger) by adding cardamom grains, star anise, cloves or cinnamon sticks. Spices must be whole. Remains basis-brewed sweetened hibiscus.
    Easily change the flavor of the drink (if you don't like ginger) by adding cardamom grains, star anise, cloves or cinnamon sticks. Spices must be whole. Remains basis-brewed sweetened hibiscus.

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