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Cottage Cheese and Oatmeal Cookies with Marmalade Recipe
I love all kinds of cookies, especially cottage cheese, it's a fairy tale. I want to offer isn't just delicious but healthy cookie. The dough is based on cottage cheese and oatmeal, filling as well from cottage cheese and fragrant marmalade, a pleasure and benefit both adults and children, and are made very quickly and easily.
Cook Time 120 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 120 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Grind oatmeal in a blender. Sift regular flour with baking powder and baking soda and mix with oatmeal.
    Grind oatmeal in a blender.
Sift regular flour with baking powder and baking soda and mix with oatmeal.
  2. RUB 100 g of cottage cheese with sour cream into a homogeneous cottage cheese paste.
    RUB 100 g of cottage cheese with sour cream into a homogeneous cottage cheese paste.
  3. Then add the soft butter, sugar, vanillin, salt and beat with a mixer for 2-3 minutes.
    Then add the soft butter, sugar, vanillin, salt and beat with a mixer for 2-3 minutes.
  4. Add the syrup to the curd mixture. The syrup can not add, but instead add another spoon of sugar. Since the combination of "Irish cream" and cottage cheese is just incredibly tasty, and made for children, the liquor did not add, the idea here would pour the cream liqueur. Although alcohol still evaporates, but impurities remain, so I used the syrup.
    Add the syrup to the curd mixture.
The syrup can not add, but instead add another spoon of sugar.
Since the combination of "Irish cream" and cottage cheese is just incredibly tasty, and made for children, the liquor did not add, the idea here would pour the cream liqueur. Although alcohol still evaporates, but impurities remain, so I used the syrup.
  5. Add the flour mixture, knead the soft dough, not sticking to the hands, but light and airy to the touch. Very soft it turns out, do not overdo it with flour. The dough put into the refrigerator for 2-3 hours. The test should not just freeze,but stand. Dough requires persistence, then the product obtained is much softer.
    Add the flour mixture, knead the soft dough, not sticking to the hands, but light and airy to the touch. Very soft it turns out, do not overdo it with flour.
The dough put into the refrigerator for 2-3 hours. The test should not just freeze,but stand. Dough requires persistence, then the product obtained is much softer.
  6. The remaining 100 g of cottage cheese grind with powdered sugar and lemon zest. Marmalade cut into pieces. marmalade was raspberry, Oh, how fragrant it is or it's just I miss the fresh berries )))
    The remaining 100 g of cottage cheese grind with powdered sugar and lemon zest.
Marmalade cut into pieces.
marmalade was raspberry, Oh, how fragrant it is or it's just I miss the fresh berries )))
  7. Make small balls of dough, then flatten each ball with your hands into a cake 0.5 cm thick. You can roll out all the dough with a rolling pin and squeeze the mugs with a glass, But I do not like a rolling pin ))) and it would be better, it will be more beautiful. In the middle of the cake to put on 0,5-2/ 3 tsp cottage cheese, cottage cheese piece of marmalade. Close the filling opposite ends of the cake, lightly press down, pinch is not necessary.
    Make small balls of dough, then flatten each ball with your hands into a cake 0.5 cm thick. You can roll out all the dough with a rolling pin and squeeze the mugs with a glass, But I do not like a rolling pin ))) and it would be better, it will be more beautiful.
In the middle of the cake to put on 0,5-2/ 3 tsp cottage cheese, cottage cheese piece of marmalade.
Close the filling opposite ends of the cake, lightly press down, pinch is not necessary.
  8. Cookies grease with a yolk with milk or egg and bake for approximately 15-17 minutes at 180 C. Finished cookies sprinkled with powdered sugar.
    Cookies grease with a yolk with milk or egg and bake for approximately 15-17 minutes at 180 C.
Finished cookies sprinkled with powdered sugar.
  9. 100 g of cottage cheese for the filling was not enough, you need a little more, about 150-170 g, from the remaining dough made bagels with marmalades, which is also good.
    100 g of cottage cheese for the filling was not enough, you need a little more, about 150-170 g, from the remaining dough made bagels with marmalades, which is also good.

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