To prepare compote from grapes and apples, you need to spend 1 hour in the kitchen.
Compote of grapes and apples for the winter
For a 3-liter jar
Grapes – 4 brushes (1 kilogram)
Apples – 4 large apples (1 kilogram)
Sugar – 3 cups
Water – 1 liter
How to prepare a compote of grapes and apples
1. Prepared apples (peeled and core) and washed grapes put in a three-liter jar.
2. Pour fruits in a jar with cold water. Pour this water into a saucepan, add 1.5 cups of sugar there, stir and bring to a boil.
3. Pour grapes and apples in a jar with boiling syrup, cover with a lid.
4. Sterilize a jar of compote for 10 minutes. To do this, put the jar in a saucepan, into which pour hot water three-quarters of the height of the jar. Heat up on a small fire.
5. Get a jar of grape-apple compote, roll up the lid and turn over (put on the lid). Wrap in a towel and let cool.
Remove the cooled jar in the pantry or cellar.
Quick compote of grapes and apples
For a 3-liter saucepan
Grapes – 2 brushes (half a kilogram)
Apples – 3 fruits (half a kilogram)
Sugar – 1.5 cups (300 grams)
Water – 2 liters
1. Wash the grapes and apples, put on a towel to dry.
2. Remove the core and seeds from the quartered apples.
3. Remove the grapes from the branches.
4. Put apples and grapes in a saucepan, add one and a half glasses of sugar to them. Pour apples and sugar with two liters of water.
5. Bring the compote to a boil, cook over moderate heat for 5 minutes.
Ready compote can be served hot or cooled and poured into glasses. For a more refreshing effect, it is recommended to add ice cubes to the compote.
– If you cook compote from black grapes with apples, the drink will have a beautiful bright color , which cannot be said about compote from white grapes. Compote can be colored by adding a handful of black chokeberry or black currant.
– When cooking compote for the winter, you can do without sterilization . To do this, pour the fruit with boiling syrup, let stand for 10 minutes. Then drain the syrup, bring to a boil again and pour into a jar, which immediately roll up the lid.
– When cooking compote for the winter , the rate of grapes, apples and sugar is doubled, and water is taken half as much. This is a good way to save space in the pantry and rationally dispose of containers, which, as a rule, are not enough during the harvesting period. Concentrated compote can be diluted with boiled water before use.