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2 Servings: 1 bottle red wine (750 ml) 4 eggs (or 8 egg yolks) 5 tablespoons sugar one packet of vanilla sugar some cinnamon 2 cloves lemon or lemon juice Whisk eggs (or egg yolks) with sugar. Add a little bit of red wine. Stir quickly. Add vanilla sugar and the rest of the red wine. Heat with cinnamon, cloves and lemon juice. Just before it comes to boil, remove the pot from the stove. Strain and serve

German Eggnog


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(posted October 8, 2008)

2 Servings:

1
bottle red wine (750 ml)
4
eggs (or 8 egg yolks)
5 tablespoons
sugar
one packet of
vanilla sugar
some
cinnamon
2 cloves
lemon or lemon juice

Whisk
eggs (or egg yolks) with sugar. Add a little bit of red
wine. Stir quickly. Add vanilla sugar and the rest of the red wine.

Heat with
cinnamon, cloves and lemon juice. Just before it comes to boil, remove the
pot from the stove. Strain and serve


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from seminole,texas, United States wrote:1  1

wow. only two servings from a whole bottle of red wine? somebody gonna get drunk!
4 starsOctober 14, 2008


from Green Bay, WI, United States wrote:0  0

This isn't really 2 servings, by the way but I loved this recipe! The wine actually reduces when you heat it so it's not like drinking an entire bottle of wine. Besides, the alcohol burns off. I thought this was closer to 3 servings.
5 starsOctober 14, 2008


 
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