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Rice Wine Recipe - How To Make Homemade Rice Wine

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Rice wine recipe, homemade rice wine for Christmas.  Making wine at home brings in a festive mood, though I do make wine at home often I have not posted other than the pineapple peel wine.  Rice wine is easy to make and even a novice cook can make this easy homemade wine.

Rice wine was the first wine I attempted to make after our marriage and it was so perfect that I was so happy with the result.  You do not need any fancy expensive rice for this wine; just simple plain white rice is needed.

The other main ingredient is the black raisin with seeds (the one in the picture). I do not know why, but this wine can only be made with black raisins, not the lighter colored seedless one.

I usually use a ceramic jar or bharani to make wine, you just have to mix all the ingredients in the "bharani", so easy!

homemade rice wine

You will get about 4 bottles of wine, enjoy!


Rice Wine Recipe - How To Homemade Make Rice Wine


PREP TIME: 1 mins    |  COOK TIME: 1 mins    |  AUTHOR::
  rice wine  

  INGREDIENTS

  • White rice: 3/4 cup
  • Sugar: 1 1/4 kg
  • Instant yeast: 1 1/2 tsp
  • Lemon: Juice of 4 lemon
  • Black raisin with seeds: 3/4 cup
  • Water: 4, 740 ml bottle


  METHOD:

  1. Into a clean sun dried ceramin jar "bharani" add in all the ingredients and mix well.
  2. Keep the lid tighly closed (I wrap tightly with a cloth).
  3. For the next 18 days, open the jar and mix with a wooden spoon morning and evening.
  4. On the 19th day strain to another cleaned jar or clean and dry the same jar and pour into it and keep for another 7 days.
  5. Strain and pour into bottles and keep for another week and then you can start using wine.
  6. This wine is a bit strong and you can have homemade wine in a months time.

NOTES

  • I used 200 ml measuring cup.
  • Do not use basmati rice or any flavored rice, just plain ordinary white rice is perfect.
  • The more you keep the wine, the more strong it becomes as it matures.

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Comments

  1. This sure brings back some memories. I dad made rice wine one year. I was too young to drink it but I remember how proud he was of his results. Thanks for this recipe. I'm going to have to make it and have a toast to my dad. Happy Holiday to you and yours!!

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  2. Its a lovely recipe you have shared. But is that black seed available in India's market.

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    1. Hi Anusia, these are not black seeds, these are black raisins which is available in supermarkets and bakeries. I live in Kozhikode, Kerala and here it is available at Reliance supermarkets and local bakeries.....hope this helps.

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  3. is this the same as chinese rice wine used in recipes? thanks.

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  4. wow. this looks amazing, i will make it too. thanks, Nisa. Merry Christmas

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  5. wow. this looks amazing, i will make it too. thanks, Nisa. Merry Christmas

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  6. Book marking this recipe chechi for next year.can u pls let me know 3/4 cup wil meaure how much in ml

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  7. compliments of the season to you. Great recipes, Did try a lot of them,came out well..Thank You.
    Want to try out the rice wine, do tell me if the rice needs to be washed, Thanks

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  8. It's cooked rice or raw??

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  9. Hi..the recepie looks great.. Jz wanted to ask if yeast is one and a half teaspoon or jz half teaspoon?

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  10. Hi nisa.
    I jus made tis wine sterday I saved tis recipe the day u posted it. But now 2day after reading these comments I realised tat I dint wash the rice. I just patted it clean and sundried for awhile and used it. Is it goin to make much difference or should i discard the whole batch. For ur info I'm a wine lover but I havnt tasted rice wine yet. And a novice cook in wine making..

    Thanks
    Priya

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    1. I really do not know whether it will make a diff :(

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