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Cottage Cheese Studen with Apricot Juice

Type: Desserts
Servings: 3
Ready in: >3 hours
Calories:
As a rule, the Ukrainian dessert Studen is based on dairy products and it is always very original and mouth-watering.

Ingredients

Tvorog (Cottage cheese) 300 g
Powdered sugar 100 g
Gelatin 2.5 tbsp
Water 1.5 glass
Apricot juice 125 ml
Apricots 200 g
Vanillin 5 g
Salt to taste

 

Stages of cooking

1
Soak the gelatin in two tablespoons of cold water. After it is swelled, cover it with boiling water and completely dissolve it; and then strain.
2
Drain the cottage cheese, rub it through the fine sieve and combine with powdered sugar, vanilla and apricot juice. Also the apricot jam could be used instead.
3
Rinse and deseed the apricots. Cut the apricots into wedges.
4
Heat the bowl with thick bottom. Then add 2-3 tbsp of sugar. When the sugar starts caramelizing, add some water to make syrup. Reduce the heat; the sugar should dissolve completely.
5
Put the apricots into simmering syrup, braise for 10-15 mins over very low heat. Put the bowl aside from heat and cool.
6
Put the remaining cottage cheese batter into the forms or glasses; decorate with caramelized apricots and syrup.

 

 

 

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