Kalte ente (cold duck)
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Kalte ente (cold duck)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:45:57 AM. Recipe ID 5995. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Kalte ente (cold duck)
 Categories: German, Beverages, Ethnic
      Yield: 4 Servings
      2 tb Lemon juice
      3 tb Sugar
      1    Lemon
      2 pk Moselle wine
      1 pk Champagne
   Chill wine and champagne.
   Chill glass punch bowl thoroughly in refrigerator or by filling with
  ice. When cold, dissolve suger in lemon juice in it. Peel lemon in
  spiral, with top of lemon left on. Rub lemon spiral around sides of
  bowl and leave peel in bowl, hanging top end over edge. Pour wine
  over peel and let stand in refrigerator, 15-20 minutes. Add chilled
   Serve in glass punch cups, with 1-2 small ice cubes in each cup.
   If you like a greater sparkle, add a glass of club soda.
   This is the original of the now popular bottled wine drink.
   Classically, it is made with white wine and German champagne.
   The spiral of lemon peel, cut with the top of the lemon left on to
  be hung over the side of the punch bowl, is the "cold duck" that
  inspired the drink's name. The homemade version is an elegant far cry
  from the insipid bottled version.

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Recipe ID 5995 (Apr 03, 2005)

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