Agar-agar is a vegetable substitute for gelatin, which is obtained from algae. It is used in the manufacture of jelly, marmalade, sweets, jellies and jellies. Kissel on agar-agar turns out to be transparent, in contrast to jelly cooked on starch. Agar-agar has no specific taste, so the drink retains the taste of berries. The only drawback is that this thickener is much more expensive than starch.
Purpose: For an afternoon snack
Main Ingredient: Agar Agar
Dish: Drinks / Kissels
Diet: Vegetarian food
- Strawberries - 120 Grams (I have ice cream)
- Raspberries - 120 Grams (I have ice cream)
- Cherries - 120 Grams (I have ice cream)
- Sugar - 150 Grams
- Water - 1.3 Liters
- Agar-agar - 10 Grams
How to cook "Kissel on agar-agar"
Prepare the ingredients for making the jelly.
Wash the berries and put in a saucepan. No need to defrost.
Pour water into a saucepan with berries.
Bring the berries to a boil with water, boil for 10-15 minutes. Then add sugar to taste.
Cool the berry broth until warm and add agar-agar. Stir and cook the jelly for 4-5 minutes.
Kissel on agar-agar is ready.
Serve an unusually aromatic, tasty and healthy drink to the table.