Scoops with cottage cheese recipe

The older generation remembers the cottage cheese skaters from the school buffet, for them it is an unforgettable taste of childhood and nostalgia. It would seem that they are no longer remembered and the recipe for creamers is forgotten. But, in recent years, on the shelves of grocery stores, it is not uncommon to find a variety of this pastry, which means that the memory of them is still alive and the taste of distant childhood has not been lost.

In addition to cottage cheese, you can use jam, fruit jams with fresh berries and much more as a filling. The main thing is that you and those for whom you are preparing this dessert like these buns. And we will consider the classic version and the traditional one, as we did before.

Recipe for making jugs with curd filling

In a deep bowl, roast sugar in butter, add eggs, sour cream and stir until smooth.

Combine the baking powder in the flour and, adding in portions to the creamy mass, knead the soft shortbread dough. Wrap in plastic and let it brew for 20 minutes.

In a separate bowl, prepare the filling for the creamers as follows:

Mix semolina with sugar, add vanilla extract, add egg yolk, stir thoroughly.

Divide the present creamy dough into small pieces, about 9-10 pieces.

First roll the divided pieces of shortcrust pastry into a ball, and then roll them into a round layer 12 cm in diameter, 3-5 mm thick.

Distribute the prepared curd filling on all rolled flat cakes, on one half.

Pull up the other half of the loose dough and simply place on top of the curd mass so that it covers the entire filling.

Place the curd juices on a baking sheet with parchment paper, brush with egg yolk and place in the preheated oven. Bake pies with cottage cheese in the oven at 180 degrees - 30 minutes, until golden brown.

If you adhere to the classic recipe and follow the instructions, then curds with cottage cheese are very easy to cook and definitely quick in time. That is why, once forgotten pastries, are gaining popularity again, as in the good old days.