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[[Image:Syrniki;Sirniki.jpg|center|Syrniki; Sirniki]]Russian in origin, syrniki is a dish of fried cheese cakes that can be served sweet-sprinkled with confectioners sugar and sour cream -- or savory, topped with sour cream and herbs such as dill. Syrniki are made with a mixture of Pot Cheese or Farmer's Cheese, flour and beaten eggs, which is formed into cakes before being sautéed on both sides until brown.
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[[Image:Syrniki;Sirniki.jpg|thumb|300px|Syrniki]]
   
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== Name variations ==
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* Sirniki
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== About Syrniki ==
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Russian in origin, syrniki is a dish of fried cheese cakes that can be served sweet-sprinkled with confectioners sugar and sour cream -- or savory, topped with sour cream and herbs such as dill. Syrniki are made with a mixture of Pot Cheese or Farmer's Cheese, flour and beaten eggs, which is formed into cakes before being sautéed on both sides until brown.
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[[Category:Russian Food Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 15:17, January 29, 2011

Syrniki;Sirniki

Syrniki

Name variations Edit

  • Sirniki

About Syrniki Edit

Russian in origin, syrniki is a dish of fried cheese cakes that can be served sweet-sprinkled with confectioners sugar and sour cream -- or savory, topped with sour cream and herbs such as dill. Syrniki are made with a mixture of Pot Cheese or Farmer's Cheese, flour and beaten eggs, which is formed into cakes before being sautéed on both sides until brown.

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