Strawberry Syrup

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Author Notes: Use this syrup to make More Bubbles, No TroublesThirstie


Serves 1

  • 2 pounds strawberries
  • 4 cups water
  • 2 cups sugar
  1. Rinse the berries clean, then hull them with a pairing knife by slicing around and pulling out the stem.
  2. Slice the strawberries into smaller pieces and place slices in a medium saucepan.
  3. Cover with water and bring to a boil.
  4. Reduce to a medium simmer and let the strawberries cook for about 20 minutes while skimming any foam that rises to the top.
  5. After about 20 minutes, the strawberries will have lost most of their color and the water should be deep pink/red in color.
  6. Remove from heat.
  7. Strain the strawberry liquid through a fine mesh strainer into another clean pot, separating the solid berries from the liquid.
  8. DO NOT press down on the solids to extract more juice; it's tempting, but doing this will make your strawberry syrup cloudy.
  9. Once the strawberry liquid has been strained, discard the solid berries.
  10. Add 2 cups of sugar to the strawberry liquid.
  11. Bring back to a boil, stirring frequently to dissolve the sugar into the syrup.
  12. Let the syrup simmer for 5 minutes till the sugar is completely dissolved, skimming any additional foam that rises to the top.
  13. Remove from heat and allow to cool completely.
  14. Pour into a glass container, seal, and refrigerate.
  15. The syrup should last for several weeks.

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