Ingredients for making cottage cheese with pumpkin seeds
- Curd (low fat) 250 grams
- Sour cream 1 tablespoon
- Pumpkin seeds 2-3 tablespoons
- Pumpkin oil 20 milliliters
- Garlic 1 clove
- Ground pepper to taste
- Salt to taste
- The main ingredients of cottage cheese, sour cream
- Serving 4 servings
Frying pan, mortar, fork, garlic press, plate, tablespoon, food wrap, refrigerator.
Cooking cottage cheese with pumpkin seeds:
Step 1: prepare the pumpkin seeds.
Fry pumpkin seeds in a dry frying pan for several minutes, stirring frequently.
Let the seeds cool after frying at room temperature, and then they will need to be crushed in a mortar or using a blender, then it is more convenient for anyone. You can make larger pieces, or you can grind everything at all.
Step 2: knead the cottage cheese.
Mash the cottage cheese with a fork and add pumpkin oil to it. 20 milliliters should be enough, as the oil is very aromatic and has an intense taste.
Step 3: add all the ingredients to the curd.
Grind a clove of garlic into cottage cheese by passing it through a special press.
Pepper, salt everything a little and add one tablespoon of cream.
Mix everything very carefully and add chopped pumpkin seeds to the paste.
After you have mixed everything, try, perhaps, you will want to add salt and / or pepper, as well as some sour cream or even pumpkin oil. Focus on your taste.
Step 4: remove the cottage cheese with pumpkin seeds in the refrigerator.
After you get the paste of the desired taste and mix it well, tighten the plate with cottage cheese with cling film and put everything in the refrigerator for several hours, or better at night.
Serve cottage cheese with pumpkin seeds at room temperature, so shortly before serving, remove it from the refrigerator.
Step 5: serve the cottage cheese with pumpkin seeds.
Spread cottage cheese with pumpkin seeds on bread or toast, add radishes and green onions to make an absolutely perfect snack in all respects. Healthy food is delicious.
Enjoy your meal!
- Store cottage cheese with pumpkin seeds in a closed container so that the smells do not mix.