June Meyer's Authentic Hungarian
Sour Cherry Soup

Every Family has their version of Sour Cherry Soup. It is a special seasonal treat in Hungary when the cherries are ripe. Sour Cherries have a wonderful flavor when cooked. Some families like to make their soup with sweet cream instead of sour cream. Some add a little sherry. How ever you make this soup, you will enjoy its refreshing flavor.

Regards, June Meyer.

Into a soup pot containing 1 1/2 quarts of boiling water add fresh or frozen sour cherries and granulated sugar. Stir and cook.
In a separate bowl mix flour, sour cream, salt and beat until smooth.
Add to flour mix, 1 cup of hot cherry sugar mix. Stir vigorously.
Now add the flour, sour cream and hot cherry mix into the pot of hot soup, stir well and simmer for 5 or 6 minutes until it thickens.
Cover the soup and let cool. Keep cover on while it chills in refrigerator and it will not form a thick skin.
Serve very cold.

Note: to make Cherry Soup with Sweet Cream or Meggy Leves Mas Modon Cook a 1 inch stick of cinnamon with the cherries, and substitute sweet cream for the sour cream. Discard cinnamon stick when done cooking soup. Chill as above.


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