Special Strawberry Sauce With Kirsch

Special Strawberry Sauce With Kirsch

The Kirsch aroma gives this strawberry sauce just a little bit of an adult feel. You can have fun making various dishes with this.


200 g
Granulated sugar
2 Tablespoons
Lemon juice
2 Teaspoons
2 Teaspoons


1. Finely cut the strawberries and add all of the ingredients into a pot. Let sit for 30 or more minutes so that the moisture from the strawberries is released. Turn on the heat to high. The picture shows the strawberries sitting after 3 hours. You can even let sit overnight!
2. When boiling, lower the heat to a strong low heat and while smashing the berries, skim off the scum that comes to the surface. Boil down until thick. The picture shows the strawberries after boiling down for 5 minutes. There's so much strawberry juice.
3. Boil down until it reaches your preferred consistency. This picture shows the strawberries after 13 minutes of boiling down. It's best if some of the strawberries keep their shape.To store, sterilize a bottle by boiling it in water and keep it in the microwave.
4. Arranged with blueberries to make a berry sauce! Garnishing with nuts to make a Cremet D'Anjou is also tasty.

Story Behind this Recipe

This is the sauce from a Strawberry No-Bake Cheesecake and Yogurt Pudding. It tasted wonderful when I spread it on a crumpet.