Hazelnut Liqueur – Frangelico Recipe

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Type: Hazelnut Liqueur – Frangelico Free Cooking Recipe – Drinks

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Ingredients / Directions
1/2 lb Hazelnuts; finely chopped

1 1/2 c Vodka

1/3 c Sugar

3 tb Water

1 ts Vanilla extract
In a glass bottle or jar
steep the chopped hazelnuts in the vodka for about 2 weeks in a
cool
dark place
gently shaking the bottle every day.

Gently pour the jar”s contents through a regular strainer or sieve
pressing hard on the nuts to
release all of their flavor. Follow this by two strainings through slightly dampened cheesecloth. For true clarity and professional looking results
pour the strained mixture through a large clean
coffee filter placed inside a funnel or clean coffee cone; loosely cover with plastic wrap since
the process may take several hour(s).

In a very small saucepan
combine the sugar and water. Bring to a boil over moderately high heat. Simmer
uncovered
5 minutes. Let cool to room temperature. Stir in the vanilla.

Funnel the strained hazelnut mixture into a glass bottle
then funnel in the sugar syrup. Cover
tightly; shake to blend. Let mature
at room temperature or slightly cooler
for at least
three weeks.

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