Ingredients

Title Value
1. Sea buckthorn 500 Column
2. Sugar 0.5 Art.
3. Potato starch 5 art. l
4. Water 1 L

Cooking

1. Stage

Rinse the berries of sea buckthorn to remove all debris. Remove all twigs and stalks.

1. Stage. Rinse the berries of sea buckthorn to remove all debris. Remove all twigs and stalks.

2. Stage

Sprinkle the sea buckthorn into the pan, pour hot water, add sugar if you like more, add more. Put on fire and bring to a boil.

1. Stage. Sprinkle the sea buckthorn into the pan, pour hot water, add sugar if you like more, add more. Put on fire and bring to a boil.

3. Stage

Cook the sea buckthorn compote for about 15 minutes. Then remove from heat and mash the berries with a masher of mashed potatoes, so the berries will give all their juice. Then strain our compote from the skins and put on fire.

1. Stage. Cook the sea buckthorn compote for about 15 minutes. Then remove from heat and mash the berries with a masher of mashed potatoes, so the berries will give all their juice. Then strain our compote from the skins and put on fire.

4. Stage

Dissolve starch in a small amount of cold water, be sure to cold, because when in contact with hot I will be lumps. Pour in starch to sea buckthorn and cook constantly stirring for about a minute, do not let the jelly boil.

1. Stage. Dissolve starch in a small amount of cold water, be sure to cold, because when in contact with hot I will be lumps. Pour in starch to sea buckthorn and cook constantly stirring for about a minute, do not let the jelly boil.

5. Stage

Remove the finished jelly from the heat, let cool slightly and serve.

1. Stage. Remove the finished jelly from the heat, let cool slightly and serve.

6. Stage

Have a nice drink !!!

7. Stage

Jelly from sea buckthorn turns out to be an amateur, it has a slightly tart taste, but such a very jelly is useful. Cooking it is quite simple and fast, for those who love sea buckthorn it is just a find, you can also cook it from frozen berries. To surely avoid lumps in jelly, stir it when adding starch, not with a spoon, but with a whisk.