Pancake Cinnamon Roll with Cottage Cheese Filling

Pancake snail with cottage cheese filling

Any pastries are always welcome on our table. But probably the most homey one has always been the cottage cheese pie. Here's how to make an original pancake cinnamon roll from ordinary thin pancakes.

Information

  • Total: 120 min
  • Active: 80 min
  • Serves 12
  • 202 kcal / 100g

Ingredients

  • Sugar
    2 teaspoon
  • Chicken egg
    2 piece
  • Milk
    250 ml
  • Salt
    0.5 teaspoon
  • Flour
    250 g
  • Water
    on taste
  • Vegetable oil
    1 tablespoon
  • Cottage cheese
    500 g
  • Chicken egg
    1 piece
  • Sugar
    50 g
  • Vanilla sugar
    1 teaspoon
  • Raisins
    100 g
  • Sour cream
    100 g
  • Sugar
    2 tablespoon
  • Powdered sugar
    on taste

Directions

1
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In a large bowl, whisk the eggs, salt, and sugar until smooth. Add the milk and mix again. Then, gradually add sifted...

In a large bowl, whisk the eggs, salt, and sugar until smooth. Add the milk and mix again. Then, gradually add sifted flour to achieve a smooth consistency without lumps. Now you can add vegetable oil and mix well. Set the bowl aside for about fifteen to twenty minutes. During this time, the dough will rest and may become slightly thicker due to the swelling of the flour. Now you can add room temperature water to make the dough more liquid, resembling sour cream. If you're wondering why water is added, the answer is simple - pancakes made from this dough (made with milk and water) are soft and elastic, they don't tear when filled with any filling.

2
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Well, let's start baking pancakes. In principle, you can bake them on just a well-heated dry frying pan. Thanks to the...

Well, let's start baking pancakes. In principle, you can bake them on just a well-heated dry frying pan. Thanks to the presence of vegetable oil in the batter, you don't need to grease the pan anymore... However, in this case, you should use a special pancake pan, or one with a thick bottom (like cast iron), or one with a non-stick coating. But even if I have such a pan, I still grease it with a piece of fat. Only then do I pour a portion of liquid batter onto the hot pan and quickly spread it in circular motions over the entire surface.

3
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Fry the pancakes on both sides until golden brown. Stack them on top of each other, then cover them to prevent the edges...

Fry the pancakes on both sides until golden brown. Stack them on top of each other, then cover them to prevent the edges from drying out, and let them cool. Meanwhile, let's prepare the cottage cheese filling.

4
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If you want to add raisins to the filling, you need to soak them in boiling water in advance for about ten minutes. Then...

If you want to add raisins to the filling, you need to soak them in boiling water in advance for about ten minutes. Then strain them and dry them - excess moisture is not welcome here. Then it's very simple - mix cottage cheese with an egg and sugar (vanilla and regular) until smooth. Add the scalded and dried raisins and mix well.

5
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Now, place a portion of the filling on the edge of each pancake and...

Now, place a portion of the filling on the edge of each pancake and...

6
Done
...roll it up into a tube.

...roll it up into a tube.

7
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Next, tightly pack all the pancake tubes into a non-detachable form in a spiral shape. I was able to fit 12 stuffed...

Next, tightly pack all the pancake tubes into a non-detachable form in a spiral shape. I was able to fit 12 stuffed pancakes into a 24cm form.

8
Done
Now, to bind the entire cake together, it needs to be poured with a sour cream-egg mixture. Simply beat together sour...

Now, to bind the entire cake together, it needs to be poured with a sour cream-egg mixture. Simply beat together sour cream, eggs, and sugar.

9
Done
Place the formed pancake cake in a preheated oven (180 degrees Celsius). Bake for 30-35 minutes, until lightly golden...

Place the formed pancake cake in a preheated oven (180 degrees Celsius). Bake for 30-35 minutes, until lightly golden. After removing the baked goods from the oven, allow it to cool slightly. Then carefully remove our snail from the mold and, if desired, sprinkle with a little powdered sugar. Enjoy your tea time!

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