October 29, 2013
Boiled Cider — Limited Edition
From the website:
Willis and Tina Wood of Wood's Cider Mill in Springfield, Vermont, press apple cider, then boil it till it becomes a thick, pourable syrup — tart-sweet and intensely apple-flavored.
Their boiled cider magically captures the intense, robust flavor of just-picked apples, preserving it in liquid form.
This versatile syrup adds a wonderful layer of apple intensity to anything you bake: apple muffins, cookies, or cakes will be more apple-y.
King Arthur Flour Test Kitchen Tips
• Use boiled cider as an flavor accent in pie, crisp, crumble or dumplings, turnovers or tarts
• Use to make your own cider — add 1 tablespoon boiled cider to 3/4 cup hot or cold water
• Mix with confectioners' sugar for an apple glaze to drizzle on muffins or scones
• Makes a great glaze for game or meats when mixed with whole grain mustard
• Drizzle it atop cake, ice cream, or oatmeal
• Refrigerate after opening
• 1-pint bottle
Great gift for the cook and food maven who has everything.
While supplies last: $10.95.
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one time i boiled a gallon and when it became thick-ish it had reduced to about a pt.
at 11 bucks it's a deal.
Posted by: rob | Oct 29, 2013 10:15:06 PM
We've had this in our fridge for a while, along with its companion bottle of half boiled cider and half maple syrup. Very intense flavor, fun in yogurt, too strong on pancakes.
Posted by: Michael | Oct 29, 2013 8:17:27 PM
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Oct 29, 2013 2:12:14 AM
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