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Cottage Cheese Casserole "Shifter" Recipe
Very simple in execution and sooo delicious, just the most delicate casserole. In cold form, the casserole becomes a little denser, in warm it is the most tender-the most tender. Apples turn out to be caramel. The recipe is taken on the Internet. Thank you very much to the author! I strongly advise fans of casseroles and cottage cheese pastries to try it! And all the work - cut apples, mix cottage cheese and put in a slow cooker for an hour - everything! Trying it?
Cook Time 90 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 90 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Cottage cheese, sugar, eggs, salt, vanilla, semolina mix - I mixed everything in a blender with a knife attachment.
    Cottage cheese, sugar, eggs, salt, vanilla, semolina mix - I mixed everything in a blender with a knife attachment.
  2. Add the raisins as desired and mix.
    Add the raisins as desired and mix.
  3. Peel the apples and cut them into thin slices. Put the apples on the bottom of the bowl of the slow cooker. I added plums - there were not enough apples. If you don't want to, don't peel the apples.
    Peel the apples and cut them into thin slices.
Put the apples on the bottom of the bowl of the slow cooker.
I added plums - there were not enough apples.
If you don't want to, don't peel the apples.
  4. Put the curd mass on top of the apples and smooth it out. Put the bowl in the slow cooker. Cooked on the Program casserole 1 hour 5min.
    Put the curd mass on top of the apples and smooth it out.
Put the bowl in the slow cooker.
Cooked on the Program casserole 1 hour 5min.
  5. After the signal, open the lid. Let the casserole cool slightly in the slow cooker. Remove using the steamer stand. Eat warm or cool.
    After the signal, open the lid.
Let the casserole cool slightly in the slow cooker.
Remove using the steamer stand.
Eat warm or cool.
  6. I almost never eat casseroles warm, I always keep them in the refrigerator so that the casserole is compacted. I tried this one both warm and cold - it tastes better when it's warm!
    I almost never eat casseroles warm, I always keep them in the refrigerator so that the casserole is compacted. I tried this one both warm and cold - it tastes better when it's warm!

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