• 6servings

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Nutrition Info . . .

VitaminsE, P
MineralsFluorine, Silicon, Potassium, Phosphorus

Ingredients Jump to Instructions ↓

  1. 1 pint Blueberries

  2. 1 pint Blackberries

  3. 1 pint Strawberries

  4. 1 small Container raspberries

  5. (about 1/2 cup)

  6. 1/2 cup Frozen apple-juice

  7. Concentrate

  8. 1 cup Water

  9. 1/4 cup Maple syrup

  10. 1 tablespoon Potato or cornstarch

  11. 1/4 teaspoon Cinnamon

  12. Mint leaves (for garnish)

Instructions Jump to Ingredients ↑

  1. Prep time: 15 mins. Chilling time: 1 hour Clean all berries separately. Pick over and discard inferior berries. Hull strawberries, cutting the larger ones in half. Set all berries aside in separate bowls. Combine apple-juice concentrate, water and maple syrup in a medium saucepan. Place potato or cornstarch in a small bowl and stir in ¼ cup of the apple-juice mixture. Then add starch back to pan. Add blueberries and cinnamon and bring to a simmer (mixture will be cloudy at first) until mixture turns clear and transparent. Carefully stir in blackberries and strawberries and remove from heat. Refrigerate and let cool completely. Gently stir in raspberries. Serve in goblets or large wine glasses and garnish each portion with a sprig of mint. Serves 6. NOTE: Commonly known as kissili, this dessert is an easy, versatile treat. Basically, you need four pints of mixed berries, but all combinations are acceptable. Some of the more exotic varieties grown in the Scandinavian countries--gooseberries, rowenberries, pale orange cloudberries, lingonberries, arctic raspberries--adapt easily for kissili. A simple wheat biscuit or shortbread is traditionally served alongside. Per serving: 149 calories; 0.7 g fat (4% of calories); 5.9 g dietary fiber; 1⅕ g protein; 37 g carbohydrates; no cholesterol; 8⅕ mg sodium. Also a very good source of vitamin C. Typed for you by Marjorie Scofield 3/28/95 Recipe By : From Prevention Magazine 7/94 From: Marjorie Scofield Date: 04-05-95 (159) Fido: Cooking


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