Lilac Simple Syrup
A recipe from: Lynn McMahon
of The Grover Family Homestead
Listen to her podcast HERE
Lilac simple syrup is great to use to flavor all kinds of drinks or any recipe that calls for simple syrup. I love it in tea. It gives a faint & sweet lilac flavor to it!
1 cup filtered water
1 cup organic sugar
1 cup organic lilac blossoms, stems & leaves removed
Combine water & sugar over medium high heat. Heat until thoroughly dissolved. Add the lilac flowers & simmer for 10 minutes.
Strain mixture through a strainer with a very fine mesh or a cheesecloth.
Place syrup in a glass mason jar & store in the refrigerator.
Add desired amount to tea, lemonade or cocktail of your choice.
About this author:
Lynn McMahon lives with her husband Mike and their Walker Coonhound on their family’s 128-year-old urban farm homestead bought by her husband’s great grandfather in 1890 on the outskirts of town. They are the 4th generation living in the house and growing food on a small city lot. They’ve raised 4 children there and now with 8 grandchildren visiting, the 6th generation is connected to the very same land.
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