If you have sugar syrup in hand (stored in bottles), you could make all the juices in the world without worrying about making them sweet. Making apple juice is an example.
I have 10 apples in the fruit basket that have been there for a couple of weeks. They are turning bad. It is time to make apple juice out of them :)
Preparation 30 mins
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Steps to Prepare
Step 1 of 10
- 10 apple(s)
- Wash and core 10 apples (900g) with a fruit corer. No need to peel the apples.
Step 2 of 10
- Divide the apples into 2 batches. One batch equals 5 apples.
- Cut each of the apple into quarters.
Step 3 of 10
- Put the cut apples into a blender and fill up the blender to the 1,500ml mark with water. Do not overfill your blender.
Step 4 of 10
- Blend at low speed and gradually at high speed for 45sec. Do not over heat your blender.
Step 5 of 10
- Pour the content of the blended apple into a sieve and use a large spoon to squeeze the juice from the apple pulp.
Step 6 of 10
- Continue squeezing the juice from the pulp until there is no more juice to be squeezed. Discard the pulp.
Step 7 of 10
- Pour 900ml of the collected apple juice into a measuring jug (as shown).
- Add 90ml of sugar syrup (ratio of sugar syrup to apple juice is 1:10) into the measuring jug and stir.
Step 8 of 10
- Pour the sweeten apple juice into a jug.
Step 9 of 10
- Pour the remaining apple juice (about 400ml) into the measuring jug and add 40ml of sugar syrup.
- Pour the sweetened apple juice into the jug.
Step 10 of 10
- Repeat step 2 to 12 with the next batch of 5 apples. If the jug is not sufficient, use additional container.
- You will get about approximately 3L of sweetened apple juice.
Published: February 1, 2020
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