Break-Fast Sangría

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      15 min

Appears in
Healthy Jewish Cooking

By Steven Raichlen

Published 2000

  • About

To most North Americans, sangria means a Spanish-style spiced wine punch. It usually contains fruit and it’s always served cold. For centuries, Jews in the Dutch West Indies have enjoyed hot sangria on returning home from synagogue to break the fast after Yom Kippur. If the notion of hot sangria seems strange to you, try calling it by its North American name: hot mulled wine.