Jamie Oliver Sloe Gin Recipe

Lottie runs a bar on a rooftop where she grows her own ingredients to use in cocktails. Here, she'll show you how to make that autumnal classic - sloe gin - with Bombay London Dry Gin, fresh sloe berries and sugar. It's really simple to make, is a wonderful, homemade Christmas present and delicious sipped neat or used as an ingredient in cocktails.

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How Is Sloe Gin Made? Sloe gin is made with ripe sloes that are traditionally picked after the first frost of the winter season (late October to early November in the northern hemisphere). After that, the jar is filled with gin, sealed, turned several times to mix, and kept in a cool, dark place.

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Transfer to a bowl along with the rock salt, sugar and sloe gin, and give it a good mix. Lay the side of salmon, skin-side down, on a large baking tray and slowly pour over the …

Servings: 8-10
Total Time: 40 mins
Category: Starters
Calories: 184 per serving
1. For the blackberry cure, zest the clementines and bash the juniper berries, then add to a food processor along with the blackberries and blitz to a fairly smooth paste.
2. Transfer to a bowl along with the rock salt, sugar and sloe gin, and give it a good mix.
3. Lay the side of salmon, skin-side down, on a large baking tray and slowly pour over the blackberry cure, using a spoon to spread it evenly over the salmon flesh.
4. Wrap the salmon in a double layer of greaseproof paper, then wrap it tightly with clingfilm and place it in the fridge overnight.

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By JamieOliver.com • October 25, 2013 • In Christmas, Cocktails, Drinks, How to, Recipes. As two months is the minimum time it needs to be perfect, and as it’s now two months until Christmas, here’s our foolproof sloe gin recipe. Continue reading.

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Drinks & Cocktails. Whether you’re after a cooling summer drink on a sunny day or a warming festive tipple by the fire, we have a cocktail recipe for every occasion. So whatever you fancy, grab a glass and treat yourself to a fresh mojito, a fruity daiquiri, a …

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THere's an easy recipe on how to make sloe gin for a delicious autumnal treat or homemade Christmas gift. Right now our hedgerows are laden with plump sloes and jewel-like elderberries, so it's the perfect time to make this wonderful warming liqueur that will be ready for Christmas.

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Here's our simple recipe to make your Sloe Gin your best ever batch this year! There are many different Sloe Gin recipes, some involving individually pricking each sloe with a pin and others involving infusion with other fruits and spices. Some recipes will recommend adding a large amount of sugar in with your sloes and gin at first, but as the

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Nigel Slater. Sat 9 Oct 2010 19.05 EDT. S loe gin is just the tipple for warming up cold days, but you have to think ahead and make it now so …

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STEP 2. Add the sugar and gin, then seal the jar. Shake well. Once a day for seven days, give the jar a good shake. Store the jar in a cool, dark place and leave for two to three months. STEP 3. Line a plastic sieve with a square of muslin set over a bowl and strain the sloe gin through it. Decant into clean, dry bottles, then seal and label.

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This recipe is the basis for most infusions so it is well worth reading through even if sloe gin is not for you (though why that would be so John cannot imagine). Sugar quantities and timings vary between recipes. John's basic sloe gin recipe is extremely simple; no added flavourings such as juniper berries or almonds, just straight in the jar with all three basic ingredients.

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Welcome Lottie Muir to Drinks Tube! Lottie runs a bar on a rooftop where she grows her own ingredients to use in cocktails. Here, she'll show you how to make

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But, with a little preparation, and a lot of patience, they’ll transform a plain old bottle of gin into a deeply delicious liqueur. Making sloe gin is very much a case of life in the sloe lane. It can require quite a bit of patience but is extremely rewarding – …

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Below is a recipe for sloe gin which can then be poured into individual bottles with cork stoppers and given as wedding favours. A quick heads up, the sloe gin needs a minimum of 2 months to mature so Autumn is the time to start making it if you are having a Christmas wedding. Recipe For Sloe Gin Wedding Favours – recipe from Jamie Oliver

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Sloe Gin Recipe. 500g sloe berries 250g caster sugar (or to taste) 70cl (one bottle) gin. Pour all three ingredients in a sterilised glass jar, close and shake well. Start with just enough sugar to cover the sloes. You can always taste the gin and add more sugar at a later date, if you prefer it a little sweeter.

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A beautiful potato gnocchi recipe from Jamie Oliver. The best potatoes for gnocchi are floury potatoes, such as Maris Piper or King Edward. Total comfort food. 013 By JamieOliver • October 25, 2013 • In Christmas, Cocktails, Drinks, How to, Recipes With autumn on its way, it’s time to pick (or buy) some sloes and make your own sloe gin.

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Place the sloes in the sterilised jar, add the sugar and top up with the gin. Add the almonds if desired. Agitate the jar gently to help dissolve the sugar and continue daily until all the sugar has dissolved. Place the jar in a cool, dark cupboard for a minimum of six months – but preferably a year or two. Sample the sloe gin after 3 months

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This sloe gin recipe is so simple, there's no excuse to not make it yourself this year. Although it can be bought in the shops year-round, making your own is easy (not to mention much cheaper – especially if you can forage the sloes yourself). It’ll take a month or two for the berries to release their colour and flavour into the gin, so make a batch now and have it ready for Christmas.

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What to do with sloe sloe gin?

In my first book Wild Food Foraging in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly I share a couple of classic recipes with sloes-sloe gin and sloe gin chocolates. A couple of winters ago I shared my proud, new creation for a Sloe Treacle Tart, you can find the recipe here.

Can you make sloe gin from dried berries?

If it’s not the season for sloes, you can still make sloe gin from dried berries, which are available in many shops or online all year round. Check out our blog here for a good recipe.

When is the best time to make sloe gin?

And with the blackthorn bushes around the country heaving with an abundance of sloe berries almost ready for you to pick, then now - September - is the perfect season to try your hand at this lovely recipe. Not tried sloe gin before or new to the whole homemade gin thing? Let’s cover a few of the basics first! What is sloe gin?

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Here, she'll show you how to make that autumnal classic - sloe gin - with Bombay London Dry Gin, fresh sloe berries and sugar. It's really simple to make, is a wonderful, homemade Christmas present and delicious sipped neat or used as an ingredient in cocktails.

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