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Tepache: Pineapple Brew #530274
05/07/18 12:57 PM
05/07/18 12:57 PM
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Marty Online happy OP

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Ingredients

1 Ripe Pinapple or just the peels
1 cup of Piloncillo* cut in pieces or use organic sugar
1 stick of cinnamon**
3 cloves**
2 quarts of filtered water

Method

Rinse the pineapple and using a sharp knife to cut the peel and slice or chop the pineapple pulp. You are not using all the pineapple unless you have a large glass container to make a bigger batch.

In a large glass pitcher, place the pineapple peels, the piloncillo or sugar, cinnamon stick, cloves and the 2 quarts of water.

Cover the pitcher or glass container with a cheese cloth or a plastic wrap in a loose manner that allows the brew to breath. Place this container in your counter top and let it sit for 24 for hours. (If you do not have A/C and live in a very hot place, then check after 12 hrs.) With a wooden spoon, remove the white foam that has formed on top of the liquid. Loosely cover again an let rest for another 24 to 36 hrs., DO NOT let it ferment longer unless you need pineapple vinegar to make pickled chipotle peppers.

And now for the fun part, strain the liquid of your pitcher and place in another pitcher with lots of ice. Taste for sweetness in case it needs more sugar for your taste. If you prefer a milder version, add 1 cup of the fermented pineapple water to 1 quarter of water as it shows in the pictures above. Yes, I drink the light version as you can see.

If you are not drinking or using all the fermented pineapple water after strained, place in a glass container in your refrigerator to enjoy later on.

Recipe Notes

The quantities in this recipe can be duplicated for a larger amount of Tepache.

* Piloncillo is an unrefined Mexican sugar that is made from cane sugar made from boiling and evaporating cane juice. Piloncillo is the most common name for this type of sugar in Mexico, but the is also known as panocha or panela in other Latin and Central American countries. If you can't find piloncillo, you can substitute for it by weight with dark brown sugar and molasses (1 cup dark brown sugar + 2 teaspoons of molasses).

** As I mention above, in my hometown and in many homes in Mexico, cooks just prepare the Tepache using only the pineapple peels, water and sugar, but the cinnamon stick and cloves enhance the flavor.

*** This drink used to be fermented in a clay pot but nowadays not everyone has one of those pots. Any glass pitcher does a great job too.

Author: Mely Martinez

Re: Tepache: Pineapple Brew [Re: Marty] #530283
05/08/18 05:29 AM
05/08/18 05:29 AM
Joined: Oct 2001
Posts: 6,054
San Pedro AC Belize
Diane Campbell Offline
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Looks easy, and yummy.


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