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So lets try to post – today something for us lazy cooks. This meal is my 4th favourite since I was a kid. My Mom was making it when she was tired of us demanding cabbage 0_o. Some like it with dry additives like bread crumbs fried with butter or sour cream, but I like it sweet and with strong aroma of cinnamon and Cookies tolerates it with cinnamon mostly… and sugar, depends on his current mood. Usually he makes faces when I propose, we eat this meal, but he knows I love it so he agrees most of the time. Unfortunately lazy kluski aren’t very diet – I even tried to prepare it with whole grain flour but to my dismay and disappointment it was LITERALLY ATROCIOUS! Or i did something wrong… Nonetheless I don’t make it too often, but I think I will just make it tomorrow – just writing about it makes me hungry 😛
Recipe is not complicated at all… just if you don’t feel like grinding cream cheese – don’t do it. Make sure though that its as smooth as possible (damn I do it all the time, who would clean grinder 0_o).
Lazy Kluski by Magda
- cream cheese - 750g medium fat
- brown sugar - 1/4 cup + additional amount to sprinkle
- eggs - 3
- flour - 1/2 cup all-purpose
- natural yogurt - 1
- cinnamon - to taste
Start from pouring huge pot of water and boil it. If you feel like it, grind cheese, if not - just use your fork and make it as smooth as possible. Add egg yolks, and sugar, whip smooth. Whip egg whites stiff and gently stir into cheese mix. Add flour and mix good. Don’t worry, dough will be very sticky, so sprinkle your ledge generously with flour and make long roll, wide for 2cm. Cut diagonally 1 cm pieces. gently put your kluski into boiling water and cook just 1 minute from the moment they start floating on the surface. Make sure you don't over cook it, it’s terribly mushy and yucky.
Drain good and arrange on the plates, pour some yogurt, sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. All additives are optional. Enjoy the delicate consistency and with a strong cinnamon flavour.
Until next time, take care of yourself and each other 0_o
P.S. Cookies thoughts: Yes I made the face, when she said it, AND, when she wrote this comment… :) hey I got to stay consistent right? Honestly its quite tasty, but, its just not “my thing”... but once every 6 months, its perfectly fine. Enjoy this MadgaCooks.com dish, and hopefully you can do it like Magda Cooks… it just right!
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