Posts Tagged ‘milk’

  • Cottage Cheese and Pineapple Pies

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, PiesNo CommentsRead More »


    20 servings

    For the dough:
    6–7dl flour
    2 tsp cardamom
    1dl oil
    2dl milk
    1dl sugar
    1 tsp salt
    1 pack of dried yeast (12g)

    For the filling:
    227g tinned pineapple slices
    250g cottage cheese
    1dl sour cream
    0.5dl sugar
    2 tbsp vanilla sugar
    egg for brushing

    Mix cardamom and flour in a bowl. Add oil so that the dough turns into a crumbly mix. Blend milk, sugar and salt and heat to hand warm. Add yeast, pour into the flour mixture and knead into a smooth dough. Shape the dough into a bar, divide into twenty pieces and roll into balls. Place the balls on a baking tray, cover with a towel and allow to leaven for about an hour.

    Drain the pineapple slices and dry with paper towel. Mix the rest of the filling ingredients. Dip the bottom of a glass in flour and press hollows in the centre of the leavened balls, prick them with a fork and brush the sides with lightly beaten eggs. Place 1–1.5 tbsp of filling on each pie. Cut the pineapple slices into smaller pieces and put a pineapple piece on each pie.

    Bake in the oven at 225 ºC for 10–12 minutes. Allow to cool before serving.


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  • Cottage Cheese and Vegetable Burgers

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, Main courses, VideoNo CommentsRead More »


    8 steaks

    2 medium carrots
    100g celeriac
    10cm piece of leek
    2 eggs
    1dl milk
    200g cottage cheese
    2 crushed garlic cloves
    0.5 tsp salt
    black pepper
    chopped parsley
    1dl darker wheat flour
    butter for frying

    Grate the carrots and celeriac finely. Chop the leek. Lightly beat the eggs and blend into milk and cottage cheese. Add grated vegetables and seasoning to the mix. Add flour and mix well. Let the mixture settle for 30 minutes and then form into thin steaks.

    Fry in butter on a low heat.


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  • Apple Tarte Tatin – Upside Down Apple Pie

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, Cakes, PiesNo CommentsRead More »


    8–10 servings

    For the pastry:
    3dl flour
    0.25 tsp salt
    15g butter
    2 tbsp sugar
    1 egg
    milk for brushing
    flour for rolling
    butter to grease the baking dish

    For the filling:
    50g butter
    750g apples
    1 tsp cinnamon
    Juice of 1 lemon
    1–2 tbsp honey

    Sift the flour and salt into a bowl. Cut butter and rub it into the flour. Add sugar and the egg and blend until smooth. Put it in the fridge while preparing the filling. To prepare the filling, peel and slice the apples. Melt butter and cook apples in melted butter for 3 to 4 minutes. Add cinnamon, lemon juice and honey and heat for another few minutes.

    Place the apples in a 22 to 23cm diameter baking dish greased with butter. Roll out the pastry on a floured surface and place it on the apples in the dish. Brush the pastry with milk and prick holes with a fork.

    Bake the pie at 200 ºC for 20 to 25 minutes.

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  • Floating Islands

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, Desserts, VideoNo CommentsRead More »

    lumepallisuppServes 3

    0.5l whole milk (3.5%)
    3 eggs
    7 tbsp sugar
    a pinch of salt
    1 tsp potato starch
    1 tsp vanilla extract or 1 tbsp vanilla sugar

    Separate eggs, add salt to the whites and whisk until frothy. Add 3 tbsp sugar a little at a time, and whisk until glossy. Bring milk to the boil. Put spoonfuls of egg white froth on the milk surface, turning them on all sides for a few minutes, remove and store in a cool place until served.

    Whisk the yolks with 4 tbsp sugar and the vanilla sugar until frothy, add the starch and mix well. Blend into the hot milk and heat, stirring constantly, until the mixture thickens. Chill and serve with egg white balls. Add sharp-tasting puréed berries if desired.


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  • Summer Vegetable Soup

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, SoupsNo CommentsRead More »

    koogiviljasuppServes 4

    2 baby carrots
    3 new potatoes
    a handful of peas
    0.5l milk
    20g butter
    fresh dill

    Wash and scrub the vegetables; chop them into suitable pieces. Sauté the vegetables in butter in a pot for a few minutes, season with salt and add enough water to cover. Boil the vegetables to taste. Add the milk and bring to the boil, add chopped dill and serve.

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  • Berry-Milk Drink

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, DrinksNo CommentsRead More »

    marja-piimajookServes 4

    200 g frozen or fresh berries
    5 dl milk
    4 tbsp honey
    1 lime

    Mix the berries, milk, honey and lime juice in a blender. Pour into glasses and serve immediately.

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  • Hot Cottage Cheese and Apple Cake

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, CakesNo CommentsRead More »


    12 servings

    500 g cottage cheese
    ½dl chopped almonds
    3 eggs
    1 dl sugar
    1 dl flour
    2 dl milk
    3 large grated apples

    Beat the eggs with the sugar. Mix in the cottage cheese, milk, flour, almonds, and grated apples. Pour into a 26-cm diameter cake pan greased with butter.

    Bake at 175 degrees for one hour.

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  • Hot Cottage Cheese Cake

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, Baked goods, CakesNo CommentsRead More »

    kohupiimavormServes 8-10

    4 apples or 6-7 apricots
    3 eggs
    ½ dl sugar
    300 g cottage cheese
    ½ dl flour
    ½ dl farina
    1 dl milk
    1 dl raisins
    1 tbsp butter

    Place the chopped apples or apricots on the bottom of a casserole greased with butter. Beat the eggs with the sugar, mix in the cottage cheese, milk, flour, and farina. Pour on the apples. Sprinkle with raisins.

    Bake at 180 degrees for 45 minutes.

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  • Caramel Porridge

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, Desserts, PorridgesNo CommentsRead More »


    Serves 4

    1½ dl sugar
    4 dl water
    5 dl milk
    1 dl farina

    Crush ¾ dl of sugar on a dry hot pan. Pour on boiling water and melt the caramel (Take care when adding water, as a lot of hot steam will emerge). Pour into a pot and add the hot milk and remaining sugar. Bring to boil and mix in the farina, stirring constantly. Simmer for 5-6 minutes.

    Serve cooled with milk or compote.

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  • Cottage Cheese and Cookie Cake

    Aug 1, 13 • Spirited • All recipes, CakesNo CommentsRead More »


    16 servings

    3 packs of cookies (180 g each)
    200 g butter
    500 g cottage cheese
    300 g marmalade
    1 dl sugar
    1 dl milk
    1 lemon

    Beat the butter with the sugar. Mix in the cottage cheese, milk, lemon juice, and grated rind. Crush the cookies, chop the marmalade, and mix with the cottage cheese mass. Put the mixture in a mould lined with film and leave to set in the cold overnight.

    Invert the mould to remove and decorate.

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Milk is Estonia's white gold. Dairy sector forms a basis of Estonian agriculture, that has a centuries-old tradition.

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