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Cottage cheese casserole with prunes

svinsentPosted to Public3 months ago2 min read

Hello, my friends!
Today we will cook a delicious cottage cheese casserole with prunes for breakfast.
Of course, you can replace prunes with raisins, but it will already be a completely different taste.
We plan to cook a casserole in the oven, because only in this way we get a gorgeous crust on top.
The recipe is simple and quick.
Let's Go!


● Cottage cheese-200 gr
● Semolina -1 \ 2 -1 cup
● Egg -2 pcs
● Dried Prunes - 1 \ 2 -1 cup
● Sugar -1 \ 2 cup
● Cinnamon - a pinch
● Kefir or yogurt-1 \ 2 cups (if the cottage cheese is wet, maybe kefir is not needed)
● Sumach -1 tsp

1.We'll deal with dough for cottage cheese casseroles.
We wash the Dried Prunes, very often they lubricate it with oil so that it shines. Because prunes always need to be washed, you will be surprised how muddy and dirty water remains after washing.
Steam the prunes in boiling water.
Break 2 eggs in a bowl, add sugar, mix. We spread the cottage cheese. I had moist granular cottage cheese, but this is not important. Add semolina. I like semolina, it gives a good crisp.
If you don’t have semolina by your hand, then you can use self-raising (or ordinary, but with a spoon of soda) flour. Mix.
Now add kefir, if necessary. We need the final consistency of thick dough for pancakes.
Prune cut into slices and add here. Additionally, add cinnamon. I used a pinch of sumac. Sumach will give a pleasant pink color, it will not be felt in taste, but Sumach is a useful spice, why not.


2.Grease baking mold with oil. I chose a ceramic frying pan with a handle.
I just like how it looks. Preheat the oven to 190 degrees.
The baking time is 25-30 minutes.


3.We got a gorgeous brown crust! Looks appetizing!
This cottage cheese casserole can be served right on the table in the pan.


But since we have greedy competitors here, I had to give them a half. The delicate pink color inside the cottage cheese casserole gave Sumach.


Very simple and tasty casserole. And prune began to play in it with new colors.


Will we cook?




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