Pure juice from berries, fruit, or rhubarb boiled with water and sugar and then mixed with water at the time of serving becomes Swedish saft. Swedish children often enjoy saft at Birthday parties and other special occasions.
Make your own beverages so you know what is in it, including how much cane sugar. Real berries and fruits, no chemicals that mimic berry or fruit flavors.
500 grams = 17.64 oz. = 1.1023 lbs.
500 grams of berries for boiling saft correspond roughly to the following:
|Berries||Volume Berries ml||Volume Berries cups|
|Blueberries||875 ml||3¾ cups|
|Raspberries||1000 ml||4¼ cups|
|Strawberries||1000 ml||4¼ cups|
|Cherries||875 ml||3¾ cups|
|Red Currant||1000 ml||4¼ cups|
|Black Currant||875 ml||3¾ cups|
It is easy and fast to make sauces for desserts based on saft and saft recipes.
Ingredients - Saft Sauce
- 500 ml ready made saft
- 1 tbsp. potato starch flour
- granulated sugar
Directions - Saft Sauce
- Add potato starch flour to ready made cold saft.
- Bring to a boil and let it simmer while whisking until it thickens.
- Remove from heat.
- Sprinkle sugar on top to prevent skin forming on top as it cools.