• How much sugar to put in compote?

    Irina Gromyak
    Irina Gromyak
    February 13, 2013
    How much sugar to put in compote?

    Compote is made from fruit or from their mixture. We all know the taste of cherry, apple, pear and other compotes, which fill the kitchen with a unique smell. And how nice it is to open a jar of compote in winter and remember the warm summer. Does every hostess know how to make compote and how much sugar should be put in compote?

    The amount of sugar in the compote depends on the fruit from which we cook it. If we have chosen sour fruits for our compote, for example, cherry, quince, plum, sour apples, then we need to give sugar a hundred grams per liter of water. At the same time, it will not be cloying, but it will be sour. If we choose sweeter fruits, for example, sweet cherry, sweet varieties of apples, pear, then we put less sugar - seventy grams per liter of water. It is recommended to combine fruit when cooking compotes. Assorted sour and sweet fruits will make their taste unique.

    To make the smell of compote stronger, you can put different spices in it: lemon peel, cinnamon, ginger root.If you know all the details of making compotes, as well as how much sugar per liter of compote you need to add, then you will always have the most delicious compotes.

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