Curd Pudding for Breakfast Recipe
As winter does not want to give up their positions: snow pours, scares frost in the morning, spring is coming. She is happy flashes of bright sun through dark clouds, a sudden thaw, ringing drippings in the middle of the day and so want something bright, tasty, and able to please. I propose to prepare a cottage cheese dessert, colored with bright candied fruits, which you can enjoy both warm and cold.
Servings
8
Cook Time
60minutes
Servings
8
Cook Time
60minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. That’s all the products for the preparation of cottage cheese pudding, there is no sesame in the photo and elements of decoration (waffle daisies). I did not photograph the process of separating the yolks from the proteins, it all turns out, if not the first time, then the second time for sure.
  2. In the pureed cottage cheese through a sieve, add the icing sugar, flour, yolks of three eggs.
  3. Egg whites whisk in a cool foam (before whipping add a pinch of salt), candied fruit finely cut.
  4. Add in cottage cheese, and beaten egg whites.
  5. Gently mix.
  6. Form grease with butter and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
  7. Put in the form of the prepared mass, smooth and lubricate the remaining yolk.
  8. Prepare a water bath (I poured into a deep pan about a liter of water) and put there a form with curd mass, place the pan in the oven, heated to 180*C for 30 minutes.
  9. This is how the pudding will look after baking. In form it looks great. Before you take out of the form of pudding should be completely cooled.
  10. And here’s the pudding in all its glory.
  11. Another option for serving: if you like warm puddings or family knocking spoons on the table in impatience, then… Bon appetit.

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