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Cottage Cheese and Mango Parfait Recipe
Light, airy, exhilarating, cool and gentle! Just like Spring itself! As soon as you see this dessert, as if the sun's rays peeked into your house! Immediately you feel a light breath of fresh spring breeze, elusive aroma of fruits and flowers with a hint of caramel, inexplicable excitement, love and tenderness! Create your own Spring at home!!!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Brown sugar grind in a coffee grinder in powder. Brown cane sugar will give your dessert a caramel flavor and a delicate, creamy color. Then beat the cold cream with the resulting powder in stable peaks.
    Brown sugar grind in a coffee grinder in powder. Brown cane sugar will give your dessert a caramel flavor and a delicate, creamy color.
Then beat the cold cream with the resulting powder in stable peaks.
  2. Add cottage cheese and liquor (syrup), gently beat with a mixer at the lowest speed for 1 minute.
    Add cottage cheese and liquor (syrup), gently beat with a mixer at the lowest speed for 1 minute.
  3. In the form of a small layer of cream and cottage cheese to lay out, smooth.
    In the form of a small layer of cream and cottage cheese to lay out, smooth.
  4. Mango peel and blender (or just fork) to grind into a puree. If you have a greenish mango on sale, then in advance, for three days," bury "it in flour and it will"ripen". Two sticks of cookies are well dipped on all sides in mango puree...
    Mango peel and blender (or just fork) to grind into a puree. If you have a greenish mango on sale, then in advance, for three days," bury "it in flour and it will"ripen".
Two sticks of cookies are well dipped on all sides in mango puree...
  5. ... and lay out the second layer like this.
    ... and lay out the second layer like this.
  6. Then again a layer of future parfait and a layer of cookies laid out in a checkerboard pattern compared to the first layer of sticks.
    Then again a layer of future parfait and a layer of cookies laid out in a checkerboard pattern compared to the first layer of sticks.
  7. The last layer-cottage cheese and cream. Now we remove our dessert in the freezer for 5-6 hours. The remaining puree tighten the film and put in the refrigerator.
    The last layer-cottage cheese and cream. Now we remove our dessert in the freezer for 5-6 hours. The remaining puree tighten the film and put in the refrigerator.
  8. An hour before serving, remove the dessert from the freezer and let it thaw in the refrigerator. Garnish with pistachios and remaining mango puree. This is amazing! Feel the taste of Spring!!!
    An hour before serving, remove the dessert from the freezer and let it thaw in the refrigerator. Garnish with pistachios and remaining mango puree.
This is amazing! Feel the taste of Spring!!!

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