Pancakes with cottage cheese, herbs and caviar are very tasty, soft and fragrant. If you cut them into small pieces, you will get an excellent snack for a festive table. Such mini-pancakes "for one tooth" instantly fly off the plates. Compliments from the guests are provided!
For the test:
chicken egg – 1 pc.
milk - 250 ml
wheat flour - 140-150 g
vegetable oil - 1 tbsp . l
. salt - 0.5 tsp
. sugar - 1 tbsp. l. without a slide
For the filling:
cottage cheese - 200 g
dill - 3-4 twigs
salt - 1 chip.
red caviar – 1 jar
Warm up a glass of milk so that it is warm (but not hot). Add salt, sugar and egg. Stir intensively with a whisk so that the egg and sugar disperse completely.
Continuing to stir with a whisk, pour in a little sifted flour. Break all the lumps.
At the very end, pour in a spoonful of odorless vegetable oil. Leave for 10 minutes, let the pancake batter stand. It should be liquid and homogeneous, without lumps.
Grease the pan with a brush dipped in vegetable oil. Pour in a portion of the dough, turn the pan in a circular motion in the air so that it is distributed throughout the bottom.
Bake pancakes until browned on both sides. When ready, stack and cover with a lid — so the pancakes will remain elastic, they will not dry out the edges. There will be 6-7 pieces in total.Bake pancakes until browned on both sides. When ready, stack and cover with a lid — so the pancakes will remain elastic, they will not dry out the edges. There will be 6-7 pieces in total.
For the filling, mix cottage cheese and chopped dill, add salt to taste. Put about 2 tsp of filling on the pancake, spread a thin layer. Then cover with a second pancake and put it out again-smear a portion of the filling. Twist the tube and cut into pieces 2-3 cm wide — stable "stumps" will turn out.
Put the mini-stumps of pancakes on a plate, and spread the caviar on top.
Decorate with herbs. Bon Appetit!