Lazy cottage cheese and pumpkin dumplings

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Calorie content per 100 grams
Calories: 118.08 kcal
Proteins: 9.01 g
Fat: 1.3 g
Carbohydrates: 18.09 g
Servings: 5
Ingredients:

Rice flour 100 g.
Fat-free cottage cheese 200 g.
Pumpkin 200 g.
Egg 1 pc.

Cooking method:

  1. Grind the curd with a fork or blend it to a creamy consistency.
  2. Cut the pumpkin into small cubes and boil for 10-15 minutes.
  3. Grind boiled pumpkin with a blender.
  4. Add the egg to the curd and mix well.
  5. Add pumpkin to the curd mass and stir again.
  6. Next, add flour and knead the dough. Since the sausage will not be easy to roll, I suggest filling silicone molds for sweets with dough and freezing a little before cooking. You can also scoop up the dough with a teaspoon, forming balls. Boil dumplings in boiling water for 2-3 minutes.
  7. Serve hot dumplings, garnish with fruit.
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10 thoughts on “Lazy cottage cheese and pumpkin dumplings”

  1. Pumpkin is known since ancient times, mentioned in the Holy Qur’an, and a pumpkin tree.
    We are in Morocco and it is our favorite with couscous on Friday.
    My sincere greetings to all.

      1. Hello.
        Hello your club, I salute you for your interest and thank you.
        I was diagnosed with cancer and recovered, thank God. I am still following up on the tests, and I have an appointment next Friday 07/17/2021.
        Thank you again and best regards.
        Good luck.

  2. Hi nadiag.
    Good day and good luck.
    We have several favorite foods, such as the tagine, which is diverse and different according to the Moroccan regions. It consists of several elements, the first of which is meat (lamb, veal or chicken) and then onions, which is potatoes and spices. We use spices on a daily basis in all cooking.
    If you want to make a video for you, prepare the tagine.
    I forgot to get to know you nadiag and your conditions and your country.
    Greetings to you.

    1. Hi, the dish sounds interesting, we also use spices every day and everywhere. I did not understand about the video. We have some traditional dishes, which might be weird for foreigners. Like beet soup, holodets, picked watermelon and others.

  3. Yes, this is a dish called Sfuf in the north, and it is called Zmita in the Middle Atlas, and it is called Selou in eastern Morocco. Made of several elements useful for the body, including almonds, sesame, cinnamon, flour as the main ingredient and many other things.
    If you like the recipe, I will send you a sample for you to taste.

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