It’s November already and hardly 52 days left to Christmas :).... Like I asked in one of my last year’s post have you started your Christmas preparations like soaking fruits for Christmas cake or making wine etc? This year I don’t need to soak much fruits as I have some left over from last year but wine I need to check if there is enough to last till Christmas ;).... And if in case you are looking for a nice Christmas cake or wine please check my old posts.... Now we will proceed to today’s wine recipe…. This wine was made after a phone conversation with my neighbor and cousin Saira.... during one of our chats the topic of wine making came up and we got the idea of Mango Wine..... for a week Mango wine was in my mind and I was thinking how it would taste etc..... so on my next grocery shopping I bought a kilo of ripe mangoes.....Since my Guava Wine was a huge hit I decided to follow the same recipe and after the fermentation period I gave a bottle to my cousin to taste and according to her husband this is my best trial :)..... I am waiting for next summer so that I can buy some Indian Alphonso Mangoes and try this wine one more time.... I know it’s not mango season now, but if you are a wine lover and whenever you get hold of some good quality mangoes do try this I am sure you will love it.....
Homemade Mango Wine Recipe / Manga Wine
Cooking time – 10 minutes
Yield –about 5 liters
Ripe Mangoes / Manga – 1 kg
Sugar – 1 ¼ kg (or more depending upon the sweetness of mango)
Boiled cooled water – 4 liters
Yeast – ½ tbsp
Kalkandam / Rock Sugar – 250 gm
- Wash and wipe mangoes with a clean cloth.
- Peel and dice mango into small pieces.
- Put diced mango pieces, sugar, water and yeast into a clean sterilized bottle/ bharani; mix well and cover the bottle with a clean cloth or with lid little loosely.
- Stir this mixture for 21 days.
- After 21 days strain the mixture through a clean cheese / muslin cloth into a clean dry vessel.
- Clean and sterilize the bottle / bharani or use another sterilized bottle and pour the strained wine and add kalkandam / Rock sugar mix well until kalkamdam / rock sugar dissolves.
- Keep this again for another 21 days and thereafter strain the wine again and pour it into clean dry bottles.
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