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Lush curd casserole in the oven


Ovens for making curd casserole in the oven

  1. 2 eggs
  2. Curd fat 0% 500 grams
  3. Sugar 100 grams
  4. Butter 50 grams + 20 grams (for greasing a baking sheet)
  5. Semolina 50 grams
  6. Boiling water 100 milliliters
  7. Vanilla Sugar 2 teaspoons
  8. Raisins pitted 50-100 grams
  9. Bread crumbs for powder baking sheet
  • Main ingredients: Cottage cheese, Oil, Semolina
  • Serving 8 servings
  • World Cuisine

Inventory:

A teaspoon, a medium bowl, an oven, kitchen potholders, a deep bowl - 2 pieces, a tablespoon, a hand whisk or a fork, a saucer, a cutting board, a kitchen knife, kitchen paper towels, a deep pan, a serving dish, a wooden spatula

Cooking a magnificent curd casserole in the oven:

Step 1: prepare the butter.


To prepare the dough, we need to use only soft butter, so we take it out of the refrigerator and put it on a cutting board. Using a knife, chop the component into several parts and move it into a free saucer. Let it stand aside. Attention: in no case do not accelerate this process due to the microwave, this can ruin the consistency of the oil.

Step 2: prepare the semolina.


Pour semolina into a deep bowl and pour boiling water. Using a tablespoon, mix everything thoroughly and leave the mass aside. Let the semolina swell well. When it cools down, pour vanilla sugar into the container and mix everything again until smooth.

Step 3: prepare the raisins.


We spread raisins in a clean deep bowl and pour hot water. Let stand aside for 5-7 minutes and swells. Next, gently drain the liquid, and rinse the dried fruits under running water to remove residual dirt. At the end, spread the raisins on kitchen paper towels and let dry.

Step 4: prepare the eggs with sugar.


Using a knife, break the eggshell, and pour the yolks with squirrels into a medium bowl. We add sugar here and, using a fork or a hand whisk, beat everything thoroughly until a homogeneous mass is formed.

Step 5: prepare the dough for the casserole.


In a bowl with egg-sugar mass, spread the cottage cheese and slices of soft butter. Using a tablespoon or fork, mix everything thoroughly until smooth. Then we add here the swollen semolina and again we beat everything well. At the end, pour raisins into the general container and again mix everything thoroughly with improvised equipment. Everything, the cottage cheese dough for the casserole is ready!

Step 6: prepare a magnificent curd casserole in the oven.


Lubricate the bottom and walls of a deep baking sheet with a piece of butter, and then sprinkle with a small amount of breadcrumbs. We spread the curd dough here and level its surface with a tablespoon to make our casserole beautiful. Now turn on the oven and heat it to a temperature 170-180 degrees. Immediately after that we set the capacity to the middle level and detect 40 minutes. As soon as the surface of the baking begins to become covered with a golden crust, with the help of kitchen tacks we take out a baking sheet and look at the consistency of the dough. If the casserole in the center is still liquid, then put it back in the oven and prepare additional 5-10 minutes. If dense, then turn off the oven, and set the pan aside. Let our dish cool down almost completely.

Step 7: Serve the lush curd casserole in the oven.


When the cottage cheese casserole becomes barely warm, with the help of a knife we ​​cut it into portions and, using the spatula, transfer it from the pan to a special flat plate. We treat the household to such delicious, juicy and tender pastries along with tea, coffee, compote, juices and other drinks.
Good appetite!

Recipe Tips:

- home-made cottage cheese can also be used to prepare casseroles, only, however, it will be much fatter than the store;

- if the curd is granular and it does not work out with a fork, then use a blender and grind the cheese at medium speed until the consistency of fudge;

- in addition to raisins, candied dough and other dried fruits, for example, dried apricots, prunes, figs and even dates, can be added to the curd dough.