2 1/2 cups sugar 1 1/2 cups water 1/2 cup distilled rose water 1 Tbsp. Iemon juice 1/2 tsp- red food coloringRose water is used to flavor many desserts and beverages in the Middle East. This recipe is for a basic syrup which can be diluted with water as a beverage or poured as a sauce over ice cream. Dissolve sugar in water. Strain through a fine piece of gauze. Bring to a boil, add lemon juice and remove the foam which rises to the top. Dilute the red coloring in a little water and add it to boiling syrup. Lastly add rose water and boil another three minutes. Remove from fire. Cool. Bottle and seal.
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