Festive Cider Recipes To Cozy Up to in Your Sagamore Apartment

The holiday season is in full swing and one of the festive tastes that come along with it is the warm rich, sweet smell of apple cider. Whether you enjoy a old fashioned apple cider drink or like mixing it into fun recipes such as cake and donuts, there are endless options for you to create and enjoy this holiday flavor this season! Here are a few recipes that use apple cider in both food and drinks for our Sagamore residents.

Hot Spiced Cider: You can never go wrong with a hot cider to curl up with on a cold winter night. This recipe is as easy as it comes with just three ingredients and just 15 minutes of waiting! Take six cups of cider and add cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon sticks to make for the perfect nighttime beverage. If you are wondering where you can grab these ingredients try the Grand Bazaar market which is open every Sunday on the Upper West Side! If you are looking to add a twist to an apple cider drink, try this recipe which includes rum and a few extra ingredients for that extra flavor!

Apple Cider Glaze: If you are looking to bring cider to the dinner table, this apple cider glaze goes great on chicken, fish and several pork dishes! Here is a recipe for Apple Cider Glazed Pork Chops that are sure to be at hit at the dinner table! The glaze also makes a great topping to any salmon dish. Here you can find an Apple Cider Glaze for Salmon with a rich and thick coating that brings out the best of the salmon flavor.

Apple Cider Doughnuts: While these bakery treats are time consuming, they are a traditional fall favorite and well worth the wait! These donuts are best homemade and you can make them right in your Sagamore kitchen! The Food Network recommends following their recipe for the best donuts.

Here are some more articles you can take a look at for delicious cider drinks and cider food!

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Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes

After working hard on a delicious holiday meal, you don’t want to see all that hard work and delicious food go to waste! If you were the chef on Thanksgiving Day or a lucky guest who got to bring some leftovers home, there is plenty that you can do to your meal to change it up, if you want something other than a replication of Thanksgiving dinner. Here are a few ideas of what you can whip up in your Sagamore apartment with all that leftover turkey!

Turkey Pot Pie: This recipe is simple and can be made in just an hour! Using your leftover Thanksgiving turkey add celery, onions, carrots and potatoes– all of which you may have in your Sagamore kitchen from Thanksgiving making this recipe that much more simple! All ingredients can be cooked in a baking pan and topped with a pie crust for a flaky and tasty finish. The full recipe can be found by looking at the Food Network’s website.

Turkey Enchilada: In under a half hour you can turn your delicious turkey leftovers into a festive enchilada! By adding cheese, pepper and corn to the inside along with turkey of course, this recipe is a great use for all of those leftovers.

Turkey Fettuccine: While this recipe may have several ingredients to make your mouth water, it takes less than an hour to prepare and serve in your Sagamore kitchen! Add leftover turkey to a dish mixed with mushrooms, parmesan cheese, celery, onion and much more! To learn more details about how to whip up this turkey fettuccine, take a look at the recipe from Taste of Home!