3.5 lb (1.58 kg) Seedless Grapes 12 oz (430 g) Walnuts 1 Cup All-Purpose Flour 1 Cup Sugar 1 Tsp Ginger Powder 1/4 Tsp Saffron PREPARATIONS: 1- Wash and de-stem the grapes. 2- Unshell the walnuts and break them into smaller pieces. 3- Soak the saffron in two tbsp boiling water for about an hour. DIRECTIONS: 1- Place the grapes into a big bowl. 2- Mash the grapes thoroughly using a electronic masher. 3- Strain the grape juice. 4- Transfer the stained grape juice to a large pot. 5- Add sugar, ginger powder and soak saffron to the pot, stir well. 6- Bring the grape juice to a boil over a medium heat. 7- Take about two cups of the boiling grape juice, allow to cool down. 8- Add all purpose flour and stir until well dissolved. 9- Pour the flour mixture back into the pot and stir thoroughly until well mixed. 10- While constantly stirring, boil the mixture until thickened. 11- Add the walnuts to the pot and stir. 12- Place the mixture in a 2 inches deep dish or a bakeware. 13- Keep it at room temperature in a dry environment for one week. 14- Keep it in refrigerator.
GRAPE SUJUK CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Grapes have been credited for being beneficial to our bones, heart, blood, kidney, immune system, digestive system and migraine. It contains high amounts of antioxidants, antibacterial and antiviral properties. Grapes may be very helpful in treating asthma. It is very effective in treating constipation. Grapes Sujuk are low in saturated fat and has no cholesterol. They are high in sugar. 3.5 oz (100g) of grapes sweets contain 212 calories and 101 calories from fat.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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