Jordbaer Grod (Danish Strawberry Pudding)

Jordbaer Grod (Danish Strawberry Pudding) created by twissis

This is a traditional, Danish summer dessert, slightly adapted. Very cooling and refeshing.

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  • Hull and rinse berries. Add to water and bring to a boil over medium heat. Add sugar and simmer until berries are tender, 10-15 minutes (depending on size of berries). Lower heat to medium-low.
  • Dissolve cornstach, lemon juice and vanilla and almond extracts in reserved 1/2 cup water, and add to berries and sugar. Bring to rolling boil, stirring constantly. Continue stirring and allow pudding to boil a few minutes until thickened. Ladle into individual serving bowls. Cool.
  • To Serve: Sprinkle with sugar and serve with cold, heavy cream.
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"This is a traditional, Danish summer dessert, slightly adapted. Very cooling and refeshing."
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  1. hunddee
    Thank you so much for posting this. I will make it the first chance I get. I used to go to Kopenhagen for the weekend just to eat this stuff!
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  2. choco chip
    I thought this was very good. Instead of cooling in individual cups I chilled it in a large bowl and allowed everyone to serve themselves. We had it with whipped cream. Next time I may cut back the cooking time as we felt it might be better if the strawberries were firmer and not quite so soft. I think this would also be delicious on vanilla ice cream, shortcake or angel food. It has a lot of possibilities.
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  3. susie cooks
    I used just picked strawberries for this. Yummy! I think the sweetness was perfect, not too overly sweet which I like. I topped these with whipped cream and shaved chocolate. What a great combination! made for ZWT 6.
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  4. Muffin Goddess
    Very nice dessert! My strawberries weren't as red as they could have been, so mine didn't come out as pretty as the photo, but it still tasted lovely! I used whipped cream to top instead of the liquid cream. Thanks for posting!
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  5. Annacia
    I made this for ZWT3. I'm sorry to say that mine didn't get 5 start result. I started with ripe rich red berries but all the color "washed out" in the cooking, sadly the flavor also seemed to fade. I did use Splenda in place of the sugar which I stirred in as I removed it from the heat. It was already color faded so I know that it didn't cause the effect but perhaps the lack of added sugar did? The flavor was nice but not what I was expecting.
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