“Syrnyky” ukrainian cottage cheese pancakes. Here is how you achieve it. Syrniki are traditional Ukrainian cheese pancakes typically made from a curd-like cheese like farmers cheese. The creamy semi-sweet cheese filling and slightly crispy and fluffy.
Ideal solution for breakfast on weekends, especially for kids. Cottage cheese is very nutrient-enriched food for children and adults, but usually kids refuse to eat it. If you have no idea how to encourage your kid to eat this product, then traditional Ukrainian cuisine will. You can have “Syrnyky” ukrainian cottage cheese pancakes using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of “Syrnyky” ukrainian cottage cheese pancakes
- Prepare 300 g of cottage cheese.
- You need 1 of egg.
- It’s 2 tablespoon of flour.
- You need to taste of sugar.
- Prepare 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence.
This is a video from my series "One Dollar Dish" where I am trying to be creative and cooking using products that can be purchased with a discount. This is a very simple and quick way of making something sweet for breakfast. In modern Ukraine, it is considered as dessert as well – goes really, really good with a cup of tea. So, let's make syrnyky – a Ukrainian name for a cottage cheese pancakes.
“Syrnyky” ukrainian cottage cheese pancakes instructions
- Mix all the ingredients. Beat in a blender until smooth, to make it easier to form balls..
- Pour a little flour into the plate. Blind a few small balls from the resulting cittage cheese mass and put them on a plate in a flour, dipped on both sides..
- Fry the pancakes in vegetable oil 1-2 minutes before the appearance of golden crust. Then turn over to the other side and also brown until golden..
- Serve with jam, or condensed milk or maple syrup. And sour cream..
Cottage cheese is very nutrient-enriched food for children and adults, but usually kids refuse to eat it. If you have no idea how to encourage your kid to eat this product, then traditional Ukrainian cuisine will help you. Let't cook fragrant and translucen… Syrniki (Belarusian: сырнікі; Russian: сырники) or syrnyky (Ukrainian: сирник[и]) are fried Eastern Slavic quark (curd cheese) pancakes. In Russia, they are also known as tvorozhniki (творо́жники). They are a part of Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian, Latvian (sirņiki) and Serbian cuisine.