El extracto de cereza casero es un extracto muy fácil y divertido de preparar, especialmente ahora que las cerezas están en temporada. La ventaja de hacer extracto de cereza es que es mucho más barato que comprarlo. Una botella pequeña puede costar una fortuna. Cuando remojas las cerezas en alcohol, el alcohol extrae el sabor y aroma de la cereza. Esta receta es perfecta para varias recetas de postres, bebidas y adobos. El extracto de cereza se conservará durante años, lo que le permitirá acceder al sabor real de la cereza incluso durante los meses de invierno.

Ingredientes

    1. 8 oz de cerezas frescas (tu favorita)
    2. Everclear de 8 oz y 195 grados

    Instrucciones
  • Deshuesa y corta las cerezas por la mitad.
  • Vierta Everclear en un frasco de vidrio.
  • Agrega las cerezas al vodka.
  • Agítalo.
  • Guárdelo en un lugar fresco y oscuro durante aproximadamente 2 semanas.
  • Agítelo un poco de vez en cuando.
  • Después de 4 semanas, pruébalo un poco. Si cree que necesita más sabor a cereza, espere otras 4 semanas y pruebe nuevamente. Cuando esté terminado retira y desecha las cerezas. Puedes pasarlo por un colador para eliminar cualquier partícula. Vierta nuevamente en el frasco y guárdelo en un lugar fresco y seco.

Nota: Si desea utilizar vodka en lugar de Everclear, puede utilizar cerezas deshidratadas o secas.

¡Disfrutar!

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Comentarios

I’m excited to make cherry nougat. I miss my mom so much, these wartime sugar rations are now over! Hooray!

— Hooray

What are the measurements for cherries and alcohol?

— Wendy Lawson

What are the measurements for cherries and alcohol?

— Wendy Lawson

Looks beautiful!!! I didn’t see what type of cherries, does it matter if they are tart or sweet cherries?

— Michele Bridges

Approximately how many cherries to a pint jar?

— Patti Asmus

Can I use canned. Cherries for pies ?I can not find any fresh cherries anywhere at any farmers markets or grocery stores I’d like to use fresh or canned ! I just ordered 50 Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans and Tahitian vanilla beans for extract making g for gifts

— Lisa Flores

Can you use maraschino cherries?

— Marion Lashley

Can you use frozen fruit?

— Bridgid

Funny story. I put Ranier cherries in Captain Morgan Rum in July of last year. I just found them in my cabinet a year later. The Cherries were delicious! I used them in a dish to cook chicken. I still have a jar 3/4 full of Ranier cheery extract!

— CHRISTY FUCHS

What kind of cherries?

— Laura

What proof of vodka is used in this? I have chocolate I use for different drinks but it’s a lower proof.

— Kelly

I made mine with 375 mls of vodka and 2 cups of fresh sliced cherries. Today is 2 weeks but it has no cherry flavor. Should I leave it longer

— Judith

I tried dehydrated cherries because I had a large amount on hand. It’s been 2 weeks so I tasted it today. It’s not bad, but doesn’t really scream cherry. Thoughts? Maybe it won’t work? Or just take longer because they’re dehydrated?

— Brenda

Can I use frozen organic cherries?

— Robin Devane

Can you use tart cherries?

— Chris

Do you have to remove the cherries after 2 weeks? Can’t you just leave them in like vanilla extract?

— Donna J Chiesa

How long does it last? Thanks

— Sherryl

For those asking for measurements, I placed cherries in a mason jar and poured enough vodka to just cover them, I did not measure either one, Extract came out great.

— G

How much cherries to what amount if vodka? Can you use other types of alcohol?

— Sandy Fenter

what is the ratio of cherries to vodka

— Melody Harrington