Description of the preparation:
As a filling, it can be cottage cheese, or it can be young nettles, eggs, and minced meat. They differ in kurze from classical dumplings or dumplings in the way of modeling. Dagestan housewives use the “pigtails” technique during sculpting. Transferring this process into a photo is difficult, so I recommend watching a video with a modeling lesson. The rest of the dish is prepared no more complicated than our dumplings, it turns out satisfying and very tasty. Give it a try!
Prepare all the ingredients.
In a deep bowl, combine water, one egg and 0.5 tsp. salt.
Add the flour in parts.
Knead elastic and elastic dough. Collect the dough into a ball. Cover with a towel and let rest.
Dice the onion and fry in butter.
Transfer the cottage cheese to a deep bowl.
Add the fried onion, egg, chopped dill, garlic, salt and pepper to the cottage cheese to the cottage cheese to taste.
Mix everything thoroughly. The filling is ready.
Cut a piece from the dough and roll it thinly like dumplings. Using a suitable sized glass, cut out the same circles.
Put 1-2 tsp on each circle. toppings.
Form triangles by pinching the edges with a pigtail. Ready kurzheks can be frozen for future use, or you can immediately boil in salted water for 5-7 minutes until fully cooked.
Serve with sour cream. Bon Appetit!
Categories: Diet recipes