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It's hot outside, cool off with this simple, affordable, and refreshing sangria recipe.

Step 1: Ingredients and Supplies

Ingredients
• 6 oranges
• 1liter (32oz) “Grape Juice” (you can use wine if you would like)
• 1 can of peaches in fruit juice
• 1 can of mandarins in fruit juice
• 2 apples
• 1 banana


Supplies
• Cutting board
• Measuring cup
• Citrus press
• Knife
• Punch bowl or larger pitcher (needs 80 oz. capacity)
• Large spoon or ladle
• Pitcher
• Cups
• Rag

Step 2: Peel and Cut 2 Oranges

• Take 2 oranges, and peel them by hand
• Throw peel away

• Remove white veins from the center
• Once peeled take the orange and pull apart the wedges
• Once separated cut the wedges in halves
CAUTION: watch your fingers when cutting the fruit

• Place the Oranges in the bowl or pitcher

Step 3: Cut and Juice 4 Oranges

• Then take 4 oranges and cut them in half with a knife
• CAUTION: watch your fingers when cutting the fruit

• Once the 4 orange are cut in half, take each half and squeeze the juice out into the citrus press.
• Press firmly and Twist the orange to get the juice out of the orange

• Remove top from Citrus Press and clean pulp from the top before pouring
• Now take the Orange juice from the citrus press and pour it into the mixing bowl

Step 4: Measure and Pour Grape Juice

• Take the grape juice and pour it into a measuring cup to 16oz. Do this twice so there is a total of 32oz

• Then pour the juice slowly into the mixing bowl or pitcher

Step 5: Add Cinnamon

• Take the cinnamon and add 4 pinches to the mixing bowl or pitcher

Step 6: Open, Drain, and Cut Peaches

• Open the can of Peaches with a can opener

• Once the lid is open, take the can with one finger hold the lid and drain the juices of the peaches into the mixing bowl
•  Be careful as the edge of the lid is very sharp

• Then remove the lid and put the rest of the peaches onto the cutting board, then dice the peaches.
• CAUTION: watch your fingers when cutting the fruit
• Once diced take the cutting board full of peaches and mix them into the mixing bowl or pitcher.

Step 7: Open and Add Mandarins

• Open the canned mandarins with a can opener

• Remove the lid from the can
CAUTION Be careful as the edge of the lid is very sharp

• Pour the mandarins into the mixing bowl
CAUTION watch for splashing juice

Step 8: Cut and Add Apples

• Take the two apples and cut slices around the core
• CAUTION: watch your fingers when cutting the fruit
• Throw away the cores

• Once the apples are cut take and dice the already cut apple slices

• Take the diced apple pieces and pour them into the mixing bowl or pitcher

Step 9: Peel and Slice Banana

• Take the banana and peel it

• Once peeled take the banana and slice into discs
CAUTION: watch your fingers when cutting the fruit

• Once sliced, mix the banana discs into the mixing bowl or pitcher

Step 10: Cut and Juice Lemon

• Take the Lemon and cut it in half

• Once in half, take each half and juice them in the citrus press (press firmly and twist)

• Remove pulp from the lid before pouring
• Then take the juice from the citrus press and pour it into the mixing bowl or pitcher

Step 11: Stir and Refrigerate

• Take the Sangria and refrigerate till chilled
• The Sangria is finished

Step 12: • Sit Back, Relax, Kick Your Feet Up and Enjoy a Glass of This Great, Refreshing Summer Beverage!

<p>then it's just like wine</p>
<p>you can add sparkling water to it </p>
Always wine. Otherwise it is not sangr&iacute;a.
No wine?
The capital ingredient is, of course, wine: blanc (in Madrid it is called &quot;limonada&quot;) or red. In summer it's difficult finding goog oranges in Spain, so, we use lemon instead. A quite common component is cinnamon (two sticks).Many peopple like to add brandy or cognac. Anywhere, for childrens or driving, is better no alcohol at all!
12 Steps, no alcohol? I get it! Just kidding, this is a nice non-alcoholic version of sangria. Only thing I'd do differently is to use all fresh fruit - peaches should be in season if you're going to use them. But honestly, any sweet fruit would work. I've used blackberries and nectarines, too (never tried a banana, though).
Your recipe is very accurate to the spanish sangria. But the fellow commenters are right, the sangria is, by definition, a cooler-type wine. Besides that, great 'ible!!!
I thought Sangria is a wine? either way this seems to be a very interesting fruit punch. Punch on!
I have edited the instructions to reflect your request for wine. It was a requirement for our class, and having to make the sangria in class meant no wine. It should be all good now!
No wine?

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