2020-08-13 / test@t
Cheesecakes with flour
Why are cheesecakes called cheesecakes if they are made from cottage cheese, and not at all from cheese? The mystery is explained by the fact that the dish itself is much older than the word "cottage cheese", which appeared in everyday life only in the 18th century. By the way, "curd" and "create" are cognate words derived from the Church Slavonic "tvor", which means "form". That is why curd cakes are called curd cakes, not cottage cheese cakes.
- cottage cheese 900 g
- flour 1.5 cups
- eggs 3 pcs.
- sugar 0.5 cups
STEP-BY-STEP COOKING RECIPE
Grind eggs with granulated sugar.
Add cottage cheese, flour and knead the dough.
For convenience, we divide the dough into several parts. Sprinkle the board with flour, spread part of the dough on it and roll out the sausage.
Then we cut the sausage into equal portioned pieces and, giving each piece a shape, we sculpt cheese cakes.
Fry the prepared cheesecakes on both sides until golden brown.