Red Fruit Soup (Norway)
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- Put the fruit, sugar and water in a pan. Cook them over a low heat for five minutes, until the fruit is soft.
- Let the fruit cool, then use the back of a spoon to push it through a sieve into a bowl. Throw away any bits left in the sieve.
- Put the cornflour in a cup. Mix it with a tablespoon of the juices from the cooked fruit, until it is smooth.
- Stir the cornflour mixture into the fruit. Then, pour the fruit back into the pan and bring it to the boil.
- Turn the heat down low. Cook the fruit for five minutes, stirring it with a wooden spoon all the time.
- Take the pan off the heat and let the mixture cool. Pour it into 4 glasses or bowls. Chill them in a refrigerator.
- Garnish with fresh berries before serving.
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I used a raspberry/strawberry combination for this. I followed the recipe exactly, but the end result was nothing like a pudding, it had more the consistency of a fruit nectar. It was more like a beverage than something you wouid need a spoon for. The flavor was nice. If I were going to make it again, I would definitely add a bit more cornstarch.
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