Limoncello Recipe that is Just Simple

A limoncello recipe is something that is extremely simple. The cooking time and preparation needed isn’t much… A person will barely spend 15 to 20 minutes on each process. As you will see a bit later on, it’s the ageing process that takes a lot of time. If you are planning to through a party in about 3 weeks then it’s probably best you begin preparing your limoncello now. A delicious limoncello recipe much like other recipes that involve liquor need to be aged correctly. Any rush in the ageing process can leave the end product severely lacking in taste. For more drinks and cookies, please check the best food ideas.

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What you need for making Limoncello

  • 1 litre vodka
  • 2-3 cups of white sugar
  • 5 cups of water
  • 10 or 11 lemons

Limoncello Recipe

Follow these steps to make the best limoncello you have ever tasted. The recipe is an easy 4 steps and can be done by anybody and at any time.

  • Step#1 The lemon zest is what you need. So make sure you zest all of the lemons and place them in a big jar. A glass bottle can also be used. You now need to play the waiting game by letting it infuse. This has to be done for about 1 week and at normal room temperature.
Source: Recipes Hubs

Source: Recipes Hubs

  • Step#2 Now that the week is up, take a combination of the water and sugar you have in a saucepan. A moderate sized saucepan will do. Boil this mixture for about 15 minutes. It’s usually a habit for most people to stir to mix things or speed up the boiling process. DON’T! You need to boil without touching for about 15 minutes. Leave this syrupy combo to cool down and wait till it reaches room temperature.
  • Step#3 Now it’s time for the vodka. Simply pour the Vodka into the syrup. Now just strain into the jars and seal the jars or bottles. Now you need to leave this mixture be for 2 weeks. Maintain room temperature at all times. Placing it in a cupboard might ease the process.
  • Step#4 Take the liquer and place it in the freezer. When it’s cool you may serve the limoncello in shot glasses or even martini glasses.

Follow these simple steps and you will be all set to serve your 1st batch of delicious limoncello. In most cases this will beat the ones you can find in the shops. For something where the process is so simple the price in the stores can be quite high. Limoncello is a fine classic Italian liqueur. Some people prefer to age the lemons in cheese cloth for a month. This is another effective method to achieve results. You can always spend more time in the ageing process but never under. In the stores just a mere 750 ml can cost you north of $35. This might not be such a good option for a large party. We hope this recipe comes to your aid and helps you throw an awesome party with some amazing drinks and the best limoncello.

Source: Food Network & How to Make Homemade Limoncello

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