Pancakes for Breakfast on Sunday. However, anything new? But cozy, warm, and homey. And if we slightly change the usual recipe to add something of their own, to take beautiful dishes — the morning will be much brighter.
Cheesecakes we have not quite simple, and stuffed with dried apricots, spiced with a touch of lemon zest, browned and delicious.
And China... About it, we also tell because he's worth it.
Cheesecakes with stuffing from dried apricots
500 g of cottage cheese
1 tablespoon with the top of the semolina or regular flour
2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp grated lemon peel
100 g dried apricots
5 tablespoons breadcrumbs (we have "Punk") or flour
2 tbsp vegetable oil for frying
Dried apricots wash, pour boiling water and leave for 5-10 minutes. The water is then drained, dried apricots chopped.
Curd RUB through a sieve, mix with egg, sugar, grated lemon zest, add the semolina or flour, knead. You can take semolina and fine with it, as with semolina, cheese cakes turn out a little denser, better keep their shape.
Let stand for cheese mixture for 5-10 minutes.
Preheat the pan, pour in the oil. Molded cakes, put inside a teaspoon of dried apricots, roll in breadcrumbs or flour, a spatula or blade to give the cheese shape and fry in a pan for 3-4 minutes on each side.
To serve, sprinkle with icing sugar.
And now a little about China, which we have and which gives us true joy — its elegance, quality, and beauty. China, which can serve as a wonderful gift and will remain for years to come.
From the past we have stored and are greatly loved old Cup of thin Kuznetsovsky porcelain. They got us great grandmother, and has not lost its appeal now. Always wanted to find something similar in our day to enjoy themselves and leave to their descendants. And become acquainted with the products of Czech porcelain manufactory Rudolf Kämpf, we realized that we found your service -"pastoral". It combines the elegance of form and quality of the porcelain, and handmade, and the picture reminding us the tiles of the stove-Dutch, blue pastoral figures, which were depicted genre scenes of hunting, boys, castles and seashores.This style is called "toile De Jouy" (Toile de Jouy), he poetiziruet simple rural life, and it was established in France in the XVIII century. It got its name thanks to the cotton fabric with monochrome drawings, which depicted the repeated plots measured, close to nature life. Lovely shepherdess surrounded by grazing sheep, fishermen, and milkmaids, or a secret rendezvous in the shade of a large tree — only part of the plots is characteristic of the traditional French pastoral.
Rudolf Kämpf — manufactory of porcelain in the Czech Republic, which emerged in 1907, founded with the participation of the Royal Habsburg family, famous for the production of exclusive porcelain. Porcelain by the Rudolf Kämpf is a small collection. As a rule, the manufactory produces a unique single copies or short series. This approach provides additional "collector" value of firm products, whether it is tableware, furnishings or decorations.
Unlike many other manufacturers, switched to production methods that use automation, Rudolf Kämpf continues to create an exclusive limited edition and individual handmade items of interest to collectors.
Access to rare and quality raw materials allows the firm to continue to produce hard paste porcelain, which compares favorably with bone China, manufactured in many factories of Europe. Solid porcelain by the Rudolf Kämpf is surprisingly fortress strong resistance to heat and acids, impermeable, transparency and a clean bell sound. published by P. S. And remember, only by changing their consumption — together we change the world! ©
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