7 Delicious and Easy Things to do with Champagne ...


Oh, the things to do with champagne!

What a luxurious and decadent thing to have on hand at home.

And what an easy way to impress all your guests.2

Champagne comes in all price ranges, so you can find a bottle that doesn’t break the bank.

Check out these things to do with champagne and get ready to indulge.

1. Make Mimosas

Make Mimosas

A mimosa is a tasty drink that pairs well with brunch foods, but is also an elegant cocktail to offer at a dinner party or lunch get together.

It's also the most popular of the things to do with champagne.

Simply combine the champagne with orange juice.

The ratio is up to you.

Half and half is a great place to start, but you can do 1/3 champagne and 2/3 orange juice for something that is a bit less stiff.

Bottoms up!

2. Plump up Strawberries

Plump up Strawberries

Strawberries feel indulgent and so does champagne, so why not combine the two?

Secure a syringe (many drugstores will give you one as long as you provide ID) or use one that comes with child’s pain reliever.

Fill the syringe with champagne, then inject it gently into a strawberry.

Dip the berry in melted chocolate and serve it as a totally delicious dessert you won’t be able to get enough of.

3. Make Sauce for Your Seafood

Make Sauce for Your Seafood

Yep, you can cook champagne.

It’ll give your food a flavor you’ve never tasted before.2

I promise you won’t be disappointed.

To make the sauce, sauté sliced mushrooms in a bit of oil.

Add the champagne, a dab of Dijon mustard and some fresh tarragon.

Simmer the sauce until it thickens, then pour it over shrimp, scallops or white fish.

Delicious and so easy to make!

4. Make Flavored Vinegar

Make Flavored Vinegar

Vinegar is a great base for homemade salad dressings or meat marinades.

Mixing it with champagne gives it a delicious and exciting new taste that’ll rival anything you’ve ever tasted.

Simply pour champagne into white vinegar at a one to one ratio.

Then combine it with minced garlic and herbs to make a marinade.

Toss it with mustard, olive oil, garlic, chopped bell peppers, salt and pepper to create a delicious dressing for your favorite greens.2

Use It as a Sauté Sauce
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