Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Meyer Lemonade with Rosemary Sprigs


Yields: about 5 cups

Meyer Lemonade with Rosemary Sprigs
1/2 cup Meyer Lemon Juice
1 ½  cup Simple Syrup (recipe below)
4 cups Water
1 Sprig of fresh Rosemary for each glass
1. Combine all ingredients in a pitcher. Add a few freshly squeezed Meyer Lemon rinds. Stir to combine and serve over ice.

Don’t go overboard with the rosemary, because it can quickly overpower the lemonade. It should give just the subtlest hint of rosemary to compliment the Meyer lemons. Throw in a few of the squeezed Meyer lemon rinds into the lemonade to give it extra flavor. Citrus fruits release an incredible flavored oil in their rinds after squeezing which will add a deeper lemon flavor.
Simple Syrup Recipe
Yields: about 3 cups.
2 cups Water
1 ½  cup Sugar
1/2 cup Light Corn Syrup
1. Combine all ingredients in a medium saucepan. Stir and bring to a simmer. Simmer for 15-20 seconds then take off the heat. Allow to cool then store in a sterile jar in the refrigerator.


Recipe adapted from: whiteonricecouple in sunset magazine

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