Recently, I concluded that I could get creative and make effective desserts and yummy cakes, and my children like apple-pie and home-made kissel anyway. It doesn't change my stance and I will experiment in the kitchen, but sometimes I go back to basics and make traditional home desserts. This time I prepared home-made kissel with apricots. My kissel was a bit sour and I softened the taste with some vanilla cream. The flavours complemented each other. My children ate the kissel in a flash. Just like the adults. The dessert was so yummy.
6-8 big apricots
5 tablespoons of maple syrup
2-3 tablespoons of potato flour
Wash the fruit, remove the stones and put it into a pan. Pour in 300-400 ml of water and boil until the fruit is soft. Blend the fruit. Add the maple syrup and stir until it has dissolved. Sieve the fruit mousse to make a smooth texture. Mix the potato flour with a bit of cold water. Boil the currant mousse and add the mixed potato flour, stirring constantly so it is not lumpy. Boil for a while. Pour the kissel into some glasses. Serve with the vanilla cream or natural yoghurt.
Enjoy your meal!