It was mentioned in Russian fairy tales, where heroes dream of rivers of "milk with banks of kissel." But now it is not so popular as it has been before. Kissel can be made from strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and any berries in the same way.
4 oz berries
4 c water
4 oz sugar
4 tbsp starch
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Take 100 gr of cranberries, red bilberries, black or red currants, bilberries. Mash with a wooden pestle and squeeze out the juice. Dilute the skins and pulp with hot water. Simmer for 4-6 minutes. Strain the boiled liquid. Add 100 gr of sugar and bring back to a boil. Lower the heat and add 40 gr of sifted and diluted starch (one part starch to four parts cold water). The starch must be poured in rapidly to prevent lumps from forming. Add the juice from the berries, mix thoroughly and chill.
Olga TimokhinaRecipe category: Beverages & Drinks > Non-alcoholic