Kissel vs. Kisel — What's the Difference?
Difference Between Kissel and Kisel
Kissel or kisel (Estonian: kissell, Finnish: kiisseli, Livonian: kīsõl, Latgalian: keiseļs, Latvian: ķīselis, Lithuanian: kisielius, Polish: kisiel, Russian: кисель, tr. kiselʼ, Ukrainian: кисiль, kysilʼ, Belarusian: кісель, kisielʼ) is a viscous fruit dish, popular as a dessert and as a drink in Northern, Central and Eastern Europe.
A dessert (sometimes consumed as a drink) made from fruit or berry juice and thickened with starch, common in Slavic and Baltic countries as well as Finland.
Alternative form of kisel.