Curd cakes or "sõrnikud"

Curd cakes or "sõrnikud"
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • 400 g thick low fat curd paste
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 tbsp sour cream
  • 1 dl plain flour or soy flour
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tsp vanillin sugar
  • butter + oil
  • 1 tbsp whole grain flour
  • To serve:
  • blackcurrant jam, sour cream, honey
1. Mix curd with sour cream, sugar, vanillin sugar and flour.
2. Beat the eggs lightly and gently fold into the mix.
3. let stand for 15 minutes
4. sprinkle flour on a plate
5. take a large frying pan, heat some oil and add butter.
6. moist your hands, form palm sized flat cakes from the curd mix and roll in the flower on the plate from both sides.
7. fry the cakes in butter, keep them warm in a bowl covered with a plate, until you are done with all the cakes.
8. serve the "sõrnikud" with jam, honey or sour cream - I suggest the latter cause that´s the "right way".

you can also pack them away and take along as a quick snack to school or work. Low fat, lots of protein and more convenient than a sandwitch.

Curd cakes or "sõrnikud"

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Sõrnikud is not a native estonian dish. But we make it better than anyone in the world!

Method


1. Mix curd with sour cream, sugar, vanillin sugar and flour.
2. Beat the eggs lightly and gently fold into the mix.
3. let stand for 15 minutes
4. sprinkle flour on a plate
5. take a large frying pan, heat some oil and add butter.
6. moist your hands, form palm sized flat cakes from the curd mix and roll in the flower on the plate from both sides.
7. fry the cakes in butter, keep them warm in a bowl covered with a plate, until you are done with all the cakes.
8. serve the "sõrnikud" with jam, honey or sour cream - I suggest the latter cause that´s the "right way".

you can also pack them away and take along as a quick snack to school or work. Low fat, lots of protein and more convenient than a sandwitch.
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