There is more than one recipe for kompot on this website, if you are looking for some other recipe, try here: all kompot recipes.
Most of you probably wonders what the “kompot” is, as that is not very usual word in english speaking world. Some of you may also assume there is a grammatical error in the title of this post and I probably mean the apple & cranberries compote (stewed fruits, the dessert), however there is no error: kompot is a drink made of stewed fruits and/or berries, fresh or dried, or a combination of those, and it is traditional drink in many countries of Eastern Europe.
Making kompot is almost effortless, it takes not more then 20 mins (if you don’t count cooling down time in) to get great fruit and healthy drink for you and especially your kids and I believe they will like it much more than those powder-produced drinks from bottles and cans people drinking so much nowadays.
Autumn is a time when fresh apples and cranberries are in every grocery shop and supermarket, Apple & Cranberry Kompot is one of easy way to prepare those two together and it goes good with Apple Cake.
- 3-4 apples
- Fresh cranberries, 3/4 of cup or less
- 1/2 cup of sugar
- 2.5qt of water
How to prepare, step-by-step:
- Prepare ingredients: rinse cranberries, wash apples:
- Bring to boil about 2.5qt of water in big cooking pot, add all sugar and reduce heat till light simmering:
- Pour cranberries into the water:
- Cut each apple in to 6-8 pieces and remove seeds (you may also skin apples if you like), add apples to the pot:
- Simmer apples and cranberries over very light heat till apples become soft, but not over cooked (about 10-15 mins):
- Remove pot from the burner, let kompot cool till room temperature, then pour it to the pitcher. Serve Apple & Cranberries Kompot with fruits in or without:
Keep leftover kompot in fridge.