Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Nitro Verjuice Sturm
Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipes
Nitro Verjuice Sturm
Servings: 4 Servings
Prep time: 00:10
It is an old saying that when life bestows lemons upon you, make lemonade, but we say, when life gives unripe grapes, make verjus. Most people don’t know how to utilize a verjus bottle lying in their pantry. Here is an interesting drink recipe to whip up by combining verjuice with another interesting drink – Sturm.
Sturm is a semi-fermented grape juice extracted from the first harvest of grapes in the season. This slightly fermented grapes concoction is low in alcohol. The Sturm is associated with the beginning of autumn for the locals. It is a popular accompaniment to protein and carb-rich meals as it aids indigestion. It is produced and consumed in red and white form.
Most of the Austrians love drinking this light Verjus Sturm drink with lunch and dinner. This is the reason you can see a lot of German tourists heading toward Austria during the fall season. Though most people will drink it on its own, whipping it in Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser makes it amazingly delicious.
- Sturm – 2 ¼ cup
- Verjus – 1 ¾ cup
- Sugar syrup – ½ cup
- Egg white – 1 medium egg
- Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser - 1
- Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger - 1 (or more depending on your preference!)
- Mix all ingredients in a jug and pour them into the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
- Charge with one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake well.
- Pour into glasses and serve immediately.
- Use one more cream charger for an intense taste experience.
What is Sturm?
Sturm time starts from the end of September and remains here for October. Sturm ferments pretty quickly, so it is pretty obvious that you consume it within a few days or even a few hours. If you let a corked bottle ferment, it will eventually explode due to the building pressure of gases. So you cannot store Sturm for long. The wine farmers often cover them with loose foil caps to prevent insects from entering the bottles.
The taste of sturm is just like carbonated grape juice. The alcohol content of the sturm is far less than that of the wine. Even as low as 1% in the beginning. Therefore people tend to drink it more than wine.
What is the verjuice made from?
Verjuice is the juicy extract of unripe grapes. The verjuice does not ferment due to its high acid content. It is most often used to enhance the acidic sharpness in many dishes. You can even enjoy it as a drink by adding it to a glass of icy cold mineral water. The best thing is that Verjuice does not contain alcohol.
What is the most reliable Verjuice brand?
When purchasing verjuice, we can say that Maggie Beer is the oldest and the most reliable verjuice brand. The first person to produce verjuice was Maggie Beer, Who invented verjuice as a commercial food product.
When the grapes in her garden were not fit for producing wine, she formulated the verjuice from them, and to date, the verjuice from her gardens is considered the best.
How to use Verjuice in the kitchen?
You can use verjuice as an alternative to vinegar or lemon juice in recipes where you think they give an intense tart flavor. Verjuice is versatile. You can use it as a salad dressing, or you can deglaze your pan while cooking chicken, pork, or fish.
The French term Verjus or vert jus translates as green juice. In Italy, it is called Agresto, while the Spanish call it agraz. Its hosrum in Lebanon while it's ab ghooreh in Iran. Verjuice has a bright sour flavor because it is made from unripe and unfermented grapes. The soft acidity of verjuice makes it a multipurpose ingredient that you can use to make your dishes more tantalizing.
Verjuice has a great historical background, as it is mentioned in Roman literature. It is a by-product of winemaking that is again taking place in modern kitchens.
Is Verjus made from the same grapes as the wine?
Verjus is made from unripe grapes that are picked before time. To ensure a smooth and consistent grape quality for winemaking, they are always picked before the real harvest. And in this way, they are separated from the grapes that are intended for winemaking. In this way, the grapes that are not fit for winemaking are utilized appropriately. Most of the verjuice is manufactured in the grape yards of France, Italy, and Spain.
Is Verjus safe to drink?
Verjus is the choice of many people who prefer drinking refreshing and sour non-alcoholic cocktails. Verjus has a mildly tart flavor, and it is safe to drink it after mixing it with juices, syrups, or cold brew tea/coffee. You can whip amazing concoctions by mixing sparkling water, your favorite berry juice, and verjus.
Verjus adds body and viscosity to drinks. However, verjuice is an expensive ingredient that every winemaker does not produce. That is why you won’t see many bartenders using it in their cocktails.