|Simply delicious and well worth the try|
The locals serve this lukewarm with a dollop of heavy cream jam, frozen berries, fresh fruit,syrup or with your favorite poached fruit.
It is as easy as 1-2-3. and this would be a great recipe for someone needing an extra hug today. Please feel free to mix up your choices of soft cheese. If you have availability to quark use that as well. I couldn't get my hands on any at my local store, so I opted for Philadelphia cream cheese and marscapone. All very related in the soft cheese family.
500 grams of quark or any other fresh soft cheese such as Philadelphia,marscapone
50 grams of almond meal or 50 grams of grated sweet almonds
*NOTE: If you choose to leave the skins on you will have a much more intense almond flavor. Here is a link to how to remove the skins.http://moroccanfood.about.com/od/tipsandtechniques/ss/peel_fry_almond_2.htm
50 grams all purpose flour
300 ml full fat milk
100 grams sugar
|soft cheese at it's finest|
1. Heat your oven to 175 degrees C or 340 degrees F
|Adding the mashed soft cheese with the egg mixture|
|Well mixed and curd like ready to pour and bake|
|A long pan is perfect for this.|
|Pour into prepared pan and set in oven to bake|
|Cooled and ready to serve. So good!|
|Swedish style. Nothing wrong with a little comfort|
It will fall slightly after you remove it from the oven to cool. Let sit to set until warm and serve. Be creative and add whatever toppings you and your guests will enjoy. I could eat this for evening meal. Many Swedes have this in their mid day FIKA which is like a coffee break with some sort of baked goods and good conversation. Please give this a try. I was patiently surprised by how darn delicious this is. Simple yet so delicious on my palate.
* I want to thank my dear friend Doris in Austria, for kindly pointing out I missed a few details. Thank you for being my saving Grace. I hope it is all ok now. Nicole