How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 200°C.
  • Knead a dough out of flour, butter, quark and salt.
  • Roll out and fold it 3 times. Roll out again.
  • With a cutter cut small circles and smear egg on top and sprinkle with some grated cheese.
  • Bake for 15 minutes.
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    " It was excellent "
    paprikamama ate it and said...
    MMMMM I love these..we use some pork crackling too....groung up ofcoarse.
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  • toleliz 9 years ago
    These are just like the ones my mom makes only she doesn't sprinkle grated cheese on them (although it sounds like a good idea) In a pinch you can use cottage cheese that has been drained in a sieve overnight in the fridge and then mashed so that it's very fine-it won't be quite the same but if you don't want to wait for quark...Thanks for posting-Liz
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  • catbot79 10 years ago
    These look amazing! I love quark!
    Someone ought to tell lunasea and any other Americans looking for quark that you can order it from the website . They ship from Houston, so it's not as expensive as ordering from Europe, and they have loads of interesting things. Here is a link directly to the page with quark:
    Enjoy! And hey, thank you for posting this recipe! - Thea
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  • danadooley 10 years ago
    Wow, I love the look and sound of these. Great post, thanks for sharing.
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  • lunasea 10 years ago
    These look absolutely great. What would be a good substitute for the quark? I'm not sure I could ever find it here. Beautiful post...thanks.
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