Baking can be both tasty and healthy! A bright example is cottage cheese bagels with jam, which I suggest you bake. Children are delighted with this delicacy: soft, fragrant homemade cottage cheese bagels fly an order of magnitude faster than store cookies!
And as far as they are better in composition ... High-quality butter instead of margarine, wheat flour of the highest grade (which can be mixed in half with wholegrain or half-branded), homemade jam from autumn garden gifts - apple, pear, peach oil - any seedless; The main thing is that the jam was thick enough so as not to run away from bagels. In the test, home-made cottage cheese is hardly guessed, which children often do not want to eat just like that; another thing - in bagels, which curd gives softness and pomp!
The advantage of this recipe of cottage cheese bagels with jam is that there is practically no sugar in the dough - initially it is not added at all, just sprinkle on top. I decided to pour some sugar into the dough, and for crumble, in addition to sugar, use sesame and cinnamon. You can take more and poppy seeds, sunflower seeds, flax. Imagine how beautiful it will turn out!
- Servings: 12 pieces
- Cooking time: 45 minutes
Ingredients for making cottage cheese bagels with jam:
For the test:
- 200 g of cottage cheese;
- 75 g butter;
- 1 cup of flour (130-150 g);
- 0, 5 tsp. baking powder;
- 2 tbsp. l Sahara;
- Pinch of salt;
- Vanillin on the tip of a teaspoon.
For the filling:
- Thick seedless jam.
- Brown (or white) sugar - 2 tbsp. l.);
- Cinnamon - 1/4 tsp;
- Sesame - 1 tbsp. l
The number of products is indicated on 12 bagels, but they are so tasty that I advise you to double the serving.
Cooking cottage cheese bagels with jam
We get the butter out of the refrigerator beforehand so that it softens at room temperature.
Cottage cheese take not dry, but not too wet. You can slightly squeeze it and stretch it with a fork to remove the lumps.
Mash cottage cheese with soft butter with a fork.
Sift the flour to the curd-butter mixture, combined with the baking powder. You can replace the baking powder 1/4 teaspoon of soda, and to extinguish it, add to the dough 0, 5 tablespoons of lemon juice or 9% vinegar. Add sugar, salt and vanilla.
Knead curd dough - soft, not sticky to hands. If necessary, you can additionally pour another 1-2 tablespoons of flour - its amount may vary slightly depending on the moisture content of the flour and curd.
Slightly sprinkle flour on the table and roll out a dough about 4-5 mm thick from the dough.
Cut the circle into segments - 12 or 16, depending on the size you want to make the bagels. On the wide edge of each segment put a teaspoon of jam.
Fold the triangular strips of dough, starting from the edge with the filling to the center.
Each bagel dunk the tip into sugar with cinnamon or sesame.
Cover the baking sheet with a sheet of pastry parchment and lubricate the paper with a thin layer of refined vegetable oil. We spread bagels at some distance from each other, as during baking, they increase in size.
We put in warmed to 180 degrees. With an oven. We bake cottage cheese bagels at a medium level (or at the top, if you see that the bottom flush faster than the top) for 30 minutes - until the dough gets a golden hue, and the wooden skewer will remain dry during the test. In different ovens, baking time can vary from 25 minutes (in the electric oven) to 35 minutes (in the gas). Therefore, focus on your oven and the appearance of bagels.
We give the finished bagels a little to cool and remove them from the pan on the plate.
Brew tea and call home to enjoy delicious curd bagels with jam! It is convenient to give such baked goods to children in school - it is much better than purchased croutons! You'll see, many classmates immediately want to know the recipe.