Written by Jagoda Urban-Klaehn Wednesday, 14 October 2009 11:10
Kisiel is a popular dessert in Poland and other countries of Eastern Europe. It consists of thickened fruit juice sweetened with sugar. It is thickened usually by starch.
In Poland one can buy powdered kisiel in the small bag. You only need to add a water and cook it before serving. But it is possible to prepare it since scratch quite easily. This can be a delicious addition to the Thanksgiving dinner. It can be served cold or warm.
Below is the example of the Cranberry-Lemon kisiel, but one can replace cranberry with any other soft fruit. Cranberry in Poland is known under the name "zurawina".