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Prep Time: 15 mins
A beverage to delight the eyes as well as the taste buds. A lively Latin duo of tart colorful hibiscus flowers and mildly fruity ancho chile pepper add punch to sangria.
Nutritional Information coming soon!
Test Kitchen Tips:
•For a nonalcoholic version, prepare as directed increasing orange juice to 2 1/2 cups and omitting orange-flavored liqueur. Use 1 bottle (750 ml) sparkling white grape juice in place of the sparkling wine.
•Dried hibiscus flowers, also known as sorrel or Flor de Jamaica, are the edible flowers of the Hibiscus sabdariffa. They are popular in beverages and desserts in the Caribbean, Mexico, Africa and Asia. The dried flowers can be purchased whole, ground or in syrup in ethnic markets or online specialty stores.
Recipe by McCormick
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