Monday, April 23, 2012

Homemade Grape Squash / Grape Syrup / Grape Juice recipe:

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Homemade Grape Squash  ~  
Grape Juice recipe:   

Ohooooo….it is too hot outside...!!!    The sweltering heat is here now & its time to get cooled by having some chilled thirst quenchers...!   When its homemade...sounds divine isn't it..:)

Yes,  I'm glad to share today  Grape  Squash  recipe,  which is easy & so tasty ..!!   

Grape  squash  is an easy and tasty preparation of making juice in to a concentrate & for storing it.  Once stored, we can have fresh grape juice ready to drink anytime and not have to  search for the store,  to purchase bottled or concentrate.  

Grapes are  rightly called  " Queen  of  fruits "  , as it serves as a storehouse of numerous health promoters.

Some of the health facts of Grapes:
  • Grape juice improves memory & decrease nervous exhaustion.
  • Helps in healthy cardiovascular function.
  • Increases the anti-oxidant level and helps developing immunity.
  • It serves as a great metabolism booster.
  • Helps to treat constipation, indigestion, fatigue & kidney disorder.
So, lets try out this easy recipe of  grape squash today & enjoy ..:)


Ingredients:
  • Purple Grapes                           - 1 kg
  • Sugar                                       - 600 g
  • Lemon juice                              - ½ cup
  • Cloves                                      - 2 to 3
Lets Start:
  1. Soak and wash grapes in running water. 
  2. In a pressure cooker, add grapes & cloves.
  1. Add  2 ½ cups of water to it.
  1. Pressure cook for 3 whistles and turn off the flame.
  2. Open the lid after the pressure releases.
  1. Allow to cool slightly.
  2. Mash the contents.
  1. Add to blender,  blend well & transer to a bowl with a filter.
  1. Sieve well .

  1. Add sugar and lemon juice to the sieved juice and turn on flame.
  1. Heat it slowly with stirring in medium heat.
  1. When it boils, simmer the flame and stir occasionally.
  1. When it becomes slightly thick and attain one string consistency, turn off flame.
  1. Don’t wait for the squash to turn thicker while on stove, as it becomes thicker while cooling. So, switch off the flame when it is slightly thick.
  1. Allow to cool.
  1. Transfer to a clean dry bottle.
  1. Keep refrigerated.
  2. To serve, fill 1/3 of serving glass with the grape squash and remaining with chill water and stir well.
  1. Enjoy the delicious taste of  grape  juice  from healthy  homemade  grape  squash..:)

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48 comments:

  1. Wow, grape juice from home made concentrate. I love the addition of cloves.

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  2. Simply superb, Jay - would love a taste of that - fermented perhaps :))))

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  3. Wow.....very lovely drink

    foodydelight.com

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  4. i don't have pressure cooker and how long can keep?

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  5. so refreshing...wish I could have a glass now ;)...btw, do come by my spca and grab your awards

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  6. ரொம்ப சூப்பர் ஜெய்.
    கிரேப்ஸ் புளிப்பாக இருந்தால் நானும் இப்படி தான் செய்வேன்.

    கிராம்பு சேர்த்து இருக்கீங்க புதுசா இருக்கு.கிராம்பு சேர்த்து செய்து பார்க்கனும்.

    நான் சாப்ரான் (குங்குமப்பூ) சேர்ப்பேன்.

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  7. Just found your blog...I didn't know we can make juice from grape...Thanks.

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  8. superb syrup!!!...ongoing event : Fruit of the month : grapes in my blog .wish to add ur syrup too....u can link it my page.

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  9. Wow, great idea for this summer! WOnderful post jai!

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  10. Hy Baby,
    you can just cook it in a bowl, covering with lid. Turn off the flame, once the grapes split open and turn soft.

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  11. Thanks Resh for the award..:)

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  12. addition of saffron sounds yummy too Jaleela..will try next time..:)

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  13. sure shama..will link it to your event..:)

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  14. thanks friends for your precious time & lovely feedback..
    have a great day..:)

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  15. Hi Jay.. there's an award waiting for you.. :)collect it here
    http://renuka-pinchofsalt.blogspot.in/2012/04/garlic-pull-apart-rolls-and-two-awards.html

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  16. wow am sure home made are best ...looks so yummy ...

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  17. Awesome, it looks really refreshing!!

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  18. Very nice refreshing drink!

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  19. healthy and plenty of nutrients and I do have a glass or two of grapes juice when I have the time to make.

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  20. I like it... refreshing...

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  21. Love the twist with the clove Jay! :)

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  22. I can happily sip on this the whole day long!

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  23. I can happily sip on this the whole day long!

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  24. Love this...looks so yum and refreshing!

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  25. wow! great experiment.. someday i ll make this juice following ur recipe....:-)

    Leena Guha Roy

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  26. Wow... looks so delicious...

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  27. Es muy saludable luce exquisita...lo preparo siempre en casa con mis propias uvas le llamo miel de uvas,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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  28. Tiene una pinta deliciosa, quien se la pudiera beber ahora mismo, besos

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  29. Oh ~ you always have the best recipes ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  30. Great squash,lovely step by step pics:)

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  31. This looks so unique, delicious and refresing. Love the grape squash! :)

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  32. Tell me how you get the red color juice when grape juice served at my home is invariably darkish violet?Do you add any color or it is only the mischief of photography?
    Excellent presentation with matching pictures

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  33. Never tried a home made grape squash.
    www.thoughtsofpaps.com

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  34. So refreshing! Great for the hot weather we are experiencing right now!

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  35. Thank you for tris recipe...bye

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  36. U have been tagged ! Check this
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.in/2012/04/tag-o-mania.html

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  37. Home made squash is always the best!

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  38. I like the addition of cloves. U make it look so easy and tasty. Good one.

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  39. Nice recipe! I make lemon squash all the time, but never grape. Good idea! Not hot enough yet where I live to crave this, but it soon will be - and I'll know what to do! Thanks.

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  40. its seriously hot here too, would love a glass of that!

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  41. OH now that sounds yummy! I do love grapes and this is something different to do with them! Thanks for sharing! And thanks for stopping by my blog too! :)


    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  42. So refreshing and tasty! I love grapes.

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  43. Looks delicious and refreshing, perfect for summer!

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