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Grape compote

Grape compote

Grapes from the parents' vineyard.

Servings: 12

Preparation time: less than 120 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Grape compote:

Wash the grapes well and let them drain.

We break the beans from the bunches.

Wash the jars and drain them.

Place the grapes in jars, add 3-4 tablespoons of sugar per jar (depending on how sweet the grapes are) enough water to cover them, screw the jars well.

In a large saucepan (we used a kettle) place a towel, add the jars and enough water to cover them.

Boil for about 50 minutes, then take them out and wrap them in a blanket for up to 2 days


Grape compote

A light and ideal dessert in any season is compote. And a grape compote is the perfect choice for hangover days or to serve a sweet, light, relatively filling dessert. And the best part is that it can be easily preserved even over the winter. Here's how to make the most delicious grape compote for the winter.

The grapes are washed well in several waters, both hot and cold, to promote the removal of all impurities and toxicity given by chemicals.
Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice.

Put a pot with a little water on the fire in which you add the sugar and lemon juice. Leave it to boil over low heat, adding the grapes. When the grapes become quite soft, the compote is ready.

Transfer the permitted amount of grapes to the jars and then cover them with syrup to the collar of the jar. Screw the plug tightly and sterilize the jars.

Put a saucepan of water on the fire and add the jars of compote. Boil for at least 30 minutes from the moment the water boils.
Then set the pan aside, and when the jars have cooled naturally, store them in a cool place.


Grape compote

A light and ideal dessert in any season is compote. And a grape compote is the perfect choice for hangover days or to serve a sweet, light, relatively filling dessert. And the best part is that it can be easily preserved even over the winter. Here's how to make the most delicious grape compote for the winter.

The grapes are washed well in several waters, both hot and cold, to promote the removal of all impurities and toxicity given by chemicals.
Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice.

Put a pot with a little water on the fire in which you add the sugar and lemon juice. Leave it to boil over low heat, adding the grapes. When the grapes become quite soft, the compote is ready.

Transfer the permitted amount of grapes to the jars and then cover them with syrup to the collar of the jar. Screw the plug tightly and sterilize the jars.

Put a saucepan of water on the fire and add the jars of compote. Let it boil for at least 30 minutes from the moment the water boils.
Then set the pan aside, and when the jars have cooled naturally, store them in a cool place.


Grape compote & # 8211 Romanian method of grape preparation

I like grapes. A lot, a lot of everything. I grew up in Vrancea, in the middle of vine crops. As a child I ate so many grapes that it seemed to me something as normal as water. Moved to Bucharest, I started to miss them & # 8230 I miss eating them straight from the vineyard, to always have fresh grapes on the table.

I don't refuse the preserved ones either & besides the delicious pickled donuts with grapes (for the recipe click here) this year I filled my pantry with grape compote. I had reliable help, the little dwarf nazdravan who, instead of popping grapes, broke all the beans on the bunches. With a touch of vanilla and the memory of his small handfuls, I made the first two jars. A few more vanilla-only ones followed.

It can also be made for immediate consumption, but the recipe below is for winter cans. For immediate consumption add more water.

Ingredient:

  • grape berries, of varieties with harder skin, popularly called & # 8220de mesa & # 8221. Wine varieties, such as watches, soften much too much when boiled.
  • sugar & # 8211 about 3 tablespoons in an 800 g jar
  • vanilla sticks (about 1/6 stick per jar) or vanilla sugar (1 sachet / jar) but in this case subtract the appropriate amount of sugar

The preparation is very simple, just like any other compote for winter. Place the fruit in the jar until it is almost full, add the sugar and vanilla then fill with water.

Close the jars tightly and place them in a bowl on the bottom of which 2-3 folded kitchen towels have been placed. Add water to the bowl to the mouth of the jars and bring to a boil over medium heat. From the moment the water started to boil, leave it on the fire for 30 minutes.

After extinguishing the fire, either remove and leave to cool in beds, or leave to cool in boiling water.

And that was all & # 8230 not hard at all, is it? Take a look at how cute he looks:


Grape compote for winter. Quick recipe, NO preservatives

Do you like grapes? What about grape compote? I like both. When it's their season, I enjoy them as cruel as they are. But in winter it's harder to find grapes, so in the fall I put a few jars of grape compote so I can enjoy them even when it's cold outside.

I also make a few jars with plum compote, you already have the recipe on the blog, HERE, and in the summer I put a few of peach compote, you also have this recipe on the blog, HERE. In other words, in winter I use them for cakes rather than eating them like this, cube shaped compote.

Preserving fruits of any kind like this, cube shaped compote is a perfect way to keep fruits in the winter for different desserts when you can't enjoy them fresh. Of course, now and in winter you often find fresh fruits specific to another season, but you know that they are not the best option.

So I think a compote is the most suitable, especially since it is very easy to make. There are even 2 methods, both easy and you can choose the one that is most convenient for you. Today I will use a different method than the one I used when I made the plum compote. Let's see together what you need and what this method consists of.

First of all, you will need large-grained grapes for consumption. You will not choose grapes for wine compote, which have small berries because a good compote will not come out. Obviously, in theory they can also be used but & # 8230

The quantities below are for 2 large jars of 800 grams but are not accurate. However, it also matters how big the berries are.

Ingredients for winter grape compote

800 grams of white grapes with large berries
4 tablespoons sugar
water content (approximately 900 ml)

Preparation for grape compote for winter

  • We wash the grapes and put the berries in sterilized jars beforehand. see HERE how to sterilize the jars!
  • Add 2 tablespoons of sugar to each jar.
  • Pour water (preferably plain) until you fill the jar and cover the berries.
  • Close with the lid and turn the jar 2-3 times / shake to distribute the sugar.

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