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As we make the transition into Fall, our Eat This Now Recipe is an Apple Cider & Ginger Shrub! A Shrub is a versatile vinegar based syrup that can be easily infused with the warm flavors of Fall - or any season for that matter. The spicy ginger and sweetness of the apple in this Shrub is a great addition to your cocktails, mocktails and even salad dressings! Just remember, this recipe has a vinegar base, so a little goes a long way.
When making a Shrub, I always reference Caroline Lange's recipe, available at Food52. Her ratio of 1:1:1 (1 part Fruit: 1 part Vinegar: 1 part Sugar) is a great place to start. With this golden ratio you can add as many or as little spices or seasonings as you prefer. In this case, our additional spice or seasoning is going to be the fresh ginger. Depending on how spicy or ginger forward you would like your shrub, add as little or as much as you prefer!
This recipe requires very little prep and is ready to enjoy the next day.
Apple Cider & Ginger Shrub Recipe | Eat This Now | Executive Chef Events
1/2 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
1/2 cup Sugar
1/4 cup Water
1/2 cup Gala, Fuji or Red Delicious Apple, sliced
1 inch Fresh Ginger, peeled and sliced
2 cup Mason Jar with Lid
1. In a sauce pot combine 1/2 cup Sugar with 1/4 cup of water and bring to a boil
2. Once the sugar mixture comes to a boil, turn off the heat and add the sliced apple, ginger and vinegar. Cover the pot with a lid and let sit for 20 minutes, at room temperature.
3. Pour the shrub, fruit and all - into the 2 cup mason jar and let cool uncovered in the fridge overnight.
4. The next day, strain the shrub to remove the fruit and ginger. You can blend the fruit to make apple sauce or add to your morning smoothie. Chop the ginger and add to your favorite vinaigrette, stir fry or baked good!
5. The shrub can be served immediately. Add a dash to your sparkling water, champagne or to your favorite whiskey! Store in a jar with a lid, refrigerated for several months.
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