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Rote Grütze #2 (Simplier Version)   (Raspberries, Red and Black Currants, and Cherries)

Rote Grütze is a specialty from Northern Germany. It is a dessert made with fresh red fruits, along with sugar, thickeners, fruit juice, and often liquors. It is often served with whipped cream or a vanilla sauce.

The recipe below is a simple version of Rote Grütze. For a more traditional version, please see the recipe for Rote Grütze (Traditional Version).

1/3 pound Red Currents

1/4 pound Raspberries (or other red fruit)

1/4 pound Red Cherries

1 tablespoon Sugar

2 teaspoons Cornstarch

Wash fruit. Remove stems from currants and remove stones from cherries. Add fruit to a pot, along with a little water and the sugar. Cook gently for 10 minutes.

Mix the cornstarch with a little cold water. Mix in with the fruit mixture. Allow it to cook for another 2 minutes to thicken.

Allow the Rote Grütze to cool slightly. Fill dessert dishes or glasses, then put them in the refrigerator to cool completely.

Drizzle the Rote Grütze with ice-cold milk or serve with Vanilla Sauce.

Rote Grütze #2 (Simplier Version) goes well with...
Vanille Soße  (Vanilla Sauce)

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