OLD-FASHIONED SWEDISH GLOGG
- Heat the port wine over medium heat until just below the simmer point in a large stockpot with a lid. Add bourbon and rum, and bring back to just below simmering. Save the bottles and their caps for storing leftover glogg.
- While the wine and liquors are heating, place the cardamom, cinnamon stick, cloves, and orange peel onto the center of the square of cheesecloth. Gather together the edges of the cheesecloth, and tie with kitchen twine to secure.
- When mixture is very hot but not boiling, carefully light it with a long-handled match. Wearing a heatproof cooking mitt, carefully pour the sugar into the flames, and let the mixture burn for 1 minute. Put the lid on the stockpot to extinguish the flames, and turn off the heat. Let the mixture cool, covered, for about 10 minutes; add the cheesecloth bundle of spices and the raisins and almonds to the warm wine mixture and let it cool to room temperature, about 1 hour.
- Strain the cooled glogg and reserve the raisins and almonds.
- To store, pour strained glogg into the bottles, recap, and keep upright in a cool dark place for up to 1 year. Refrigerate the steeped raisins and almonds in a covered bowl or jar for up to 1 year.
- To serve, pour glogg into a saucepan and warm over low-medium heat until hot but not simmering, about 5 minutes. Ladle 3 ounces of warmed glogg into a small coffee cup or small Swedish-style glogg mug, and garnish each serving with a few reserved raisins and almonds.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 161.6 calories, Carbohydrate 10.4 g, Cholesterol 0 mg, Fat 1.5 g, Fiber 0.6 g, Protein 0.9 g, SaturatedFat 0.1 g, Sodium 4.4 mg, Sugar 7.2 g
TRADITIONAL SWEDISH GLöGG
- Gather the ingredients.
- Combine the wine, bourbon or vodka (if using), sugar, orange zest, raisins, cardamom pods, ginger root, cinnamon stick, and cloves into a 2- to 3-quart pot. Heat to 175 F (77 C) and let simmer for 2 minutes.
- Remove from the heat and let stand and steep for 1 hour.
- Strain to remove the fruit and spices and gently reheat the punch.
- Add a few slivered almonds and raisins to each serving glass and garnish with a slice of orange, and serve.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 314 kcal, Carbohydrate 27 g, Cholesterol 0 mg, Fiber 2 g, Protein 1 g, SaturatedFat 0 g, Sodium 22 mg, Sugar 21 g, Fat 2 g, ServingSize 4-6 Cups (4-6 Servings), UnsaturatedFat 0 g
- Pour the Aquavit into a jar and add two cinnamon sticks, five cardamom pods, five cloves, and the orange peel. Let it sit for a day, or better for five days. If your Glögg party is on short notice, a few hours will do, too.
- Then, pour the Aquavit together with the wine and remaining spices in your pot. Add all remaining spices, the orange slices, and the sugar. Now warm up to approx. 180°F (80°C) and stir your mixture until the sugar fully dissolves. Keep it on low heat for about 10-15 minutes. Be careful not to boil the content as that would cause the alcohol to evaporate.
- Now, use your stainer and the second pot to remove all spices and fruit remains.
- Serve in a glass cup with raisins and blanched slivered almonds.
- By the way, the spices above also make a beautiful Glögg Syrup, a variation of our Christmas-Glühwein-syrup.
Nutrition Facts : ServingSize 8 oz, Calories 223 kcal, Sugar 65 g, Carbohydrate 65 g, Protein 1.25 g, Sodium 25.5 mg
- Bring water to a boil with cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, and orange zest; stir in sugar until dissolved. Remove from heat, and allow to steep overnight.
- Place the raisins and almonds into a large saucepan. Strain the sugar water into the raisins, then pour in Muscatel, port, and brandy. Place over medium-high heat, and cook until hot but not simmering. Serve warm in a mug with some fruit and almonds in each cup.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 294.3 calories, Carbohydrate 26.1 g, Cholesterol 0 mg, Fat 3.7 g, Fiber 1.1 g, Protein 2 g, SaturatedFat 0.3 g, Sodium 10.7 mg, Sugar 19.5 g
MY FAMILY'S SWEDISH GLOGG
Nothing makes our Christmas complete like a pot of Glogg on the stove, filling the house (and our bellies) with it's intoxicating warmth and aroma. You'll need to keep the Port wine bottles you use, or you might want to use old, smaller wine bottles if giving them as gifts. Just soak them in hot soapy water to remove the labels, and then create your own label on the computer. (Just be ready to give it every year, because the demand will be high.) You'll also need a large stainless steel soup pot with a cover, a strainer, and a funnel. For the dried fruit pieces, you may want to buy one mixed bag of dried fruit and just take what you need for the recipe.
Provided by KissKiss
Categories Punch Beverage
Yield 10 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 13
- In large pot, combine all ingredients EXCEPT the wine. Simmer, covered, for about 1 hour.
- Add the wine, bring to a near boil, and turn off the heat.
- Strain the liquid through the strainer into another large bowl or pitcher.
- From the leftover fruit mixture, take one cinnamon stick and a few almonds and put them into each wine bottle.
- Use the funnel to pour liquid back into wine bottles.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 460.3, Fat 1.1, SaturatedFat 0.1, Sodium 25.1, Carbohydrate 64.2, Fiber 1.8, Sugar 46.8, Protein 1.4
Glögg, pronounced gloog, is a high octane, hot mulled wine made with a potpourri of spices and red wine, port, and brandy. It is the perfect cold weather drink, warming the body and soul from the inside out. There is no need to invest in expensive wine or brandy because the spices are going to preempt any innate complexity of a fine wine, but don't use anything too cheap. Remember, the sum will be no better than the parts. Do not use an aluminum or copper pot since these metals interact chemically with the wine and brandy and impart a metallic taste. Use stainless steel or porcelain. Drink while seated and give your car keys to a friend.
Provided by SusieQusie
Yield 8 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 13
- Place wine, orange juice, orange peel, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, cranberries, ginger and almonds in a large saucepan and cook gently 1/2 hour.
- Add the port and heat thoroughly but do not boil. If mixture comes to the boil the alcohol will evaporate.
- Combine sugar with 1/2 cup of the brandy in a large saucepan. Warm it gently to dissolve the sugar. Add mixture to the wine.
- Just before serving strain into a clean saucepan and heat gently. Stir in remaining brandy.
- Serve in large wine glasses or mugs with orange slices.
SWEDISH MULLED WINE (GLOGG)
One of the most interesting hot mulled wines is Swedish glogg (pronounced glook), a heady combination of red wine, sauternes and aquavit, enriched with raisins and almonds. Glogg is traditionally served in mugs with tiny spoons for eating the nuts and fruit. The recipe relies on a process called mulling. The term has the same root as our word mill (as in milling or grinding) and herein lies one of the secrets of holiday bartending. Whole spices, like cinnamon sticks, allspice berries, cardamom pods, blades of mace and whole nutmegs, have more flavor than pre-ground spices. Bruise seed spices, like cloves or cardamom, in a mortar and pestle or beneath a heavy skillet. Whole nutmegs should be freshly grated. Fresh ginger is so widely available, there is little excuse to use powdered.
Provided by Steven Raichlen
Yield 12 servings
Number Of Ingredients 13
- Combine wines in a large saucepan. Using a vegetable peeler, remove the zest of citrus fruits. Squeeze fruits and add juice to wine. Tie up lemon peel, orange peel and spices in cheesecloth and add to wine. Add raisins, almonds and sugar.
- Bring wine mixture to a boil. Reduce heat and gently simmer for 15 minutes, or until flavors are well blended and almonds are soft. Skim wine from time to time to remove any foam. Taste glogg and add sugar as necessary.
- Just before serving, add bitters and aquavit or vodka. Ladle glogg into mugs or cups and provide each guest a spoon for eating the raisins and almonds.
Nutrition Facts : @context http, Calories 342, UnsaturatedFat 6 grams, Carbohydrate 36 grams, Fat 6 grams, Fiber 3 grams, Protein 3 grams, SaturatedFat 0 grams, Sodium 13 milligrams, Sugar 27 grams, TransFat 0 grams
Serve our warming winter glogg at a festive party or on a cosy night in. Combining red wine, orange zest, dried fruit and spices, it's like Christmas in a cup
Provided by Cassie Best
Yield Serves 8-10
Number Of Ingredients 10
- Peel the orange zest into strips. Cut away any pith and discard; save the flesh for another recipe. Put the zest in a big pan with the wine, sugar, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, raisins (or sultanas) and almonds. Warm gently for 10-15 mins, never letting the mixture boil. Stir in the vodka or aquavit and serve warm.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 219 calories, Fat 3 grams fat, SaturatedFat 0.2 grams saturated fat, Carbohydrate 24 grams carbohydrates, Sugar 24 grams sugar, Fiber 0.2 grams fiber, Protein 2 grams protein, Sodium 0.03 milligram of sodium
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- Crush cinnamon and cardamom in a mortar and pestle (or put them on a cutting board and crush with the bottom of a heavy pot.) Transfer to a small glass jar and add ginger, orange zest, cloves, and vodka. Let sit 1 day.
- Strain vodka through a fine-mesh sieve into a large saucepan; discard spices. Add wine, port, granulated sugar, vanilla sugar, almonds, and raisins and heat over medium just until bubbles start to form around the edges.
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What is a glögg recipe?This glögg recipe resembles a variety of historical mulled wines, such as wassail and gluwein. Combine first 9 ingredients in a pot over medium heat. Bring mixture to a simmer, being careful not to boil.
What is Swedish glögg?The quality of the wine is no longer an issue, but glögg is so firmly established as an essential part of Swedish culture that the spices are now added to perfectly good wine! Glögg is usually served in quite small glasses in Sweden, partly because many Swedes are often staggering from one glögg party to another!
Do Swedes drink glögg?Indeed many Swedes attend two or three glögg parties every weekend in December! Glögg is the Swedish version of mulled wine, but it is not quite the same as mulled wine in other countries as different spices are used and almonds and raisins are always placed in the bottom of the glass before the glögg is added.
What is the recipe for a Swedish Christmas cake?The recipe is from Great-Aunt Freda, brought from Sweden in the early 1900's. Bring water to a boil with cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, and orange zest; stir in sugar until dissolved. Remove from heat, and allow to steep overnight. Place the raisins and almonds into a large saucepan.