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Tuesday, June 26, 2018

SIDRA - ITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING SIDER

Straing Made Apples and Juice
Photo by: Lord-Williams
OCast sícera(10thC.), Eng cider. Apple juice, which can be fermented or unfermented. It also varies as to the type of apples used, whether they are sweet, bitter or sour. Since the Middle Ages, Asturias has been known for its hard cider, which is drunk instead of wine. It is fermented in chestnut barrels before bottled. It was a common beverage for peasants and the middle class in northern medieval Spain. [Castro. Alimentación.1996:151-152; and Sánchez-Albornoz. 2000:44:160]

THE MEDIEVAL SPANISH CHEF'S 
RECIPE FOR SIDER

Ingredients

4 ripe apples
¼ c sugar

Preparation

Peel apples and remove the core. Mash the apples saving the juice. Add sugar to the juice. Taste and add more sugar if necessary.


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