Curds are so popular in all Slavic cuisines. Today we will cook puffy cakes fried in butter from vanilla curd dough mixed with flour, in the Russian version. If a dish with sour cream, then it is ideal for breakfast or for an afternoon snack, and with jam or jam - for dessert for an evening tea party.
In the past, syrniki, and in the present, cottage cheese, but in fact this is one and the same dish. Cottage cheese in Russia was called nothing more than cheese, but balls stewed in oil from this very cheese were called syrniki. The name of cottagers rather has folk roots and, logically, it is so. Curd workers - from cottage cheese! By the way, cottage cheese is a fairly popular dish in Germany and they are called Saxon there. They are prepared in the likeness of Russian cheesecakes, but potatoes, honey, lemon zest can be used as an addition.
Of course, fresh cottage cheese is healthier, but cooking can make even those who flatly refuse to eat this product rich in calcium and protein. Children - they love delicious curds with berries and sour cream, but whole curds are not always friendly.
As for the calorie content, we can say the following. Curds turn out to be really very nutritious, but there will be no harm from a couple - that's for sure. Curd products in any form should be included in the children's diet, as well as in the menu of pregnant women, athletes and people in need of dietary nutrition. After all, they do not need to be fried in oil. We knead the dough according to our recipe and send them to the oven. There will definitely be more benefits!
In conclusion, I would like to note that the curds prepared according to our recipe turn out really amazing - fragrant, tender, airy and very tasty. Yes, and the recipe is so simple that even a novice hostess can handle it. Come back to us at HozOboz for new and interesting curd recipes - we have a lot of them!