Kisel's Recipe for Prunes
- Prunes without seeds - 200 Grams
- Water - 1 Liter
- Sugar - 1 Art. a spoon
- Starch - 2 Art. Spoons
This recipe produces a thick, fragrant andVery original jelly. You just have to learn how to make a prickly pear out of prunes, because I'm sure you have not tasted such a delicious kiss yet :) So if after cooking of a dish there is an extra handful of prunes, why not use it in this way? The recipe for jelly from prunes is step by step: 1. First, we wash our prunes and steal in a cup for ten minutes. Just put it in a bowl or bowl, and pour it with boiling water. And under the lid. 2. After this time we send our softened prunes along with this water into a blender. Let's add sugar there too. We pee all together. 3. Meanwhile, we put a saucepan with water to cook on the stove. As soon as it starts to warm up, we throw our puree there, and mix it thoroughly. And leave it on the stove to a boil. 4. In the meantime, for our recipe for cooking jelly from prunes, we dilute starch in half a glass of clean water. Thoroughly mix to learn a whitish liquid without lumps. And, without stopping the stirring, a thin trickle pour it into our future jelly of prunes at home. 5. Once again, mix well, and leave to puff for about three minutes. We remove from the fire, we cool it, and you can serve!