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Cottage cheese cake with berries and marmalade

Cooked cottage cheese cake with berries and marmalade

Time to cook: 80 minutes

Total Servings: 6

Nutritional Value

Tender, moderately sweet, cheesecake and berry pie. The cake is decorated with marmalade and berries covered in caramel syrup. You can use any type of berries for the pie. The quantity of sugar in the curd mass can be varied. Do not refuse from the chocolate, though.

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Ingredients for the cottage cheese cake with berries and marmalade:

For the pastry

  • Wheat flour / Flour - 170 g
  • Dough leavening agent - 1 teaspoon
  • Butter (soft) - 70 g
  • Vanilla sugar - 1 sachet.
  • Cane sugar - 1 tablespoon
  • Sour cream (3-5 tablespoon) - 3 tablespoon

For the top layer of the pie

  • Egg yolk (room temperature) - 5 units
  • Egg white (chilled - this is a must) - 5 pcs
  • Sugar cane - 100 g
  • Cheese cheese (rubbed through a sieve) - 300 g
  • Corn starch (+ 1 teaspoon - for berry) - 40 g
  • Milk - 125 ml
  • Cherry ( or cherries b/k) - 1 glass

For decoration

  • Dark Chocolate (grated on coarse grater) - 1 teaspoon
  • White Chocolate (grated) - 1 teaspoon
  • Cherry (or cherry with a bone) - 10 pcs
  • Marmalade (fruit, colorful) - 100 g

How to cook cottage cheese cake with berries and marmalade step by step with photos

1. Make dough for shortcrust pastry. Mix the flour with the baking powder and sift. Add the cane sugar and vanilla sugar and mix together. Then add melted butter and knead to a crumble. Add sour cream to knead the dough into a ball.

2. The dough should form a crumbly ball. Wrap the dough in clingfilm and place in the fridge for 1 hour or while you make the top layer of the pie. The dough should be chilled.

3. Prepare the top layer of the pie. Beat the egg yolks with the cane sugar and vanilla sugar into a stiff foam. So that no sugar granules are visible.

4. Stir the sieve-pressed cottage cheese with the starch diluted in milk.

5. Mix the egg yolk mixture with the cottage cheese mixture.

6. Whisk the cooled egg whites with the pinch of salt until soft peaks form, then add them to the curd mixture, stirring gently from bottom to top. Put the prepared curd mixture into the fridge.

7. Take the cooled dough out of the fridge and pour it out in a thin layer into a cake tin (F 23-24), in the shape of a basket. Line the bottom of the cake tin with greased baking paper.

8. Then take the cooled curd dough from the fridge, stir it gently once more and spread 3-5 tbsp. spoonfuls onto the bottom of the basket. Then dip the berries in the starch (the bottom part of the berry) and place it on the dough. Remove the pit from the berries very carefully, so that the appearance of the berry looks like a whole.

9. Then gently spread the remaining curd batter over the berries. Bake the pie in a preheated oven at 190-200 C for 45-50 minutes. It all depends on the height of your pie. Check the pie after 45 minutes on a dry match, especially the middle.

10. Let the cake cool well and take it out of the cake tin.

11. Decorate the top of the pie with colorful marmalade slices, grated chocolate and caramel berries. Dip the berries for decoration in melted marmalade (1 tbsp marmalade + 1 taspoon water) and dry. Create beautiful, caramelized berry.

Enjoy your tea time!

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
2959.4 Calories
117 g
129.5 g
441.7 g
Per Serving:
493.2 Calories
19.5 g
21.6 g
73.6 g
192.2 Calories
7.6 g
8.4 g
28.7 g

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