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Question for German people (Recipe ;) )

I've heard from a teacher of mine about a German recipe, but she didn't remember the name nor the recipe. She just remembered that there was alcohol in a big cauldron and on top of it, you put a chunk of sugar, which you put on fire and wait for the sugar to melt in the recipe and then drink it. It looked good and kinda fun to do at a Christmas party

So if anyone knows what I'm talking about, it would be nice to tell me the recipe... or give me a link to it. I tried to look for it but without the name, it's kinda hard.

Thanks!
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I've heard from a teacher of mine about a German recipe, but she didn't remember the name nor the recipe. She just remembered that there was alcohol in a big cauldron and on top of it, you put a chunk of sugar, which you put on fire and wait for the sugar to melt in the recipe and then drink it. It looked good and kinda fun to do at a Christmas party

So if anyone knows what I'm talking about, it would be nice to tell me the recipe... or give me a link to it. I tried to look for it but without the name, it's kinda hard.

Thanks!
I saw this 2 nights ago on the Food Network but did not catch the name.

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GLUVWEIN
"Meadowlark" Yvonne & Doug Falck 1979

Combine
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2 parts medium dry dinner wine
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1 part clear apple juice - for each 20 oz of liquid add the following:
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1 cinnamon stick
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2 - 3 whole cloves
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1/2 orange thinly sliced
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1/4 lemon thinly sliced
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1/2 teaspoon brown sugar

Simmer on very small fire in very large cauldron for 2 - 3 hours or until gone.
Do not allow to boil

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it's feuerzangenbowle - for sure! tasty!!!
here's the german recipe - sorry, no time to translate it!




Die Feuerzangenbowle - Das Rezept


Es ist das romantische Getränk der kalten Jahrezeit: die Feuerzangenbowle. Eigentlich ist sie ein Punschgetränk, das schon vor 200 Jahren als "Krambamboli" bekannt war. Welche Wirkung die heiße Mischung aus Rum, Rotwein und Zuckerhut haben kann, wissen Filmfans spätestens seit dem gleichnamigen Streifen: Heinz Rühmann alias Schriftsteller Dr. Johannes Pfeiffer holt nach dem Genuss der Bowle die Zeit an einer "öffentlichen Lehranstalt" nach - verkleidet als Schüler.
Um die so belebende Bowle nachmachen zu können, reicht schon ein Kochtopf, eine Kelle und ein feuerfestes Sieb, auf das man den Zuckerhut legen kann. Schöner ist ein Kupferkessel mit Feuerzange und langer Kelle für den Alkohol. Die Zubereitung ist einfacher als vielfach vermutet wird:

Zutaten für 8 Personen:
  • 4 Flaschen trockenen Rotwein
  • 1 Flasche Rum (54 %)
  • je 2 unbehandelte Zitronen und Orangen
  • 3 Zimtstangen
  • 3-4 Gewürznelken
  • 1 Zuckerhut (250g)
Zubereitung:

Die Zitronen und Orangen heiß abwaschen und die Schale in dünnen Spalten abschälen. Zimtstangen und Gewürznelken in den Top geben.
Den Rum leicht erwärmen.
Den Rotwein zusammen mit den Schalen und Gewürzen am stilvollsten in einem feuerfesten Kupfertopf erhitzen, aber nicht kochen. Den Zuckerhut auf eine Feuerzange über den Topf legen, mit Rum beträufeln und anzünden. Ehe die Flamme verlöscht, mit einer Schöpfkelle Rum nachgießen.
Ist der Zucker vollständig in die Bowle getropft, Schalen, Zimtstangen und Gewürznelken entfernen.
Die Feuerzangenbowle in Tee- oder Punschgläsern servieren.

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THANKS, pan. And don't worry about the translation, that'll just make me practice my German

Thanks Cheesestix too. It wasn't what I was talking about, but it looks really good too Looks like I'll have a lot of drinks to prepare for X-Mas.
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THANKS, pan. And don't worry about the translation, that'll just make me practice my German

Thanks Cheesestix too. It wasn't what I was talking about, but it looks really good too Looks like I'll have a lot of drinks to prepare for X-Mas.
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