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Papanas preparation recipe

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Papanas preparation recipe

  • Papanas preparation recipe
  • 250 gr fresh cow's cheese,
  • 1 egg, 2 tablespoons gray,
  • 2 packets of vanilla sugar,
  • grated peel of a lemon,
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda with lemon juice,
  • 130-150 grams of flour.
  • jam as desired,
  • cream
  • frying oil

Servings: 7

Preparation time: less than 90 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Papanas preparation recipe:

Papanas preparation recipe

Mix a little egg with sugar, then add: cottage cheese, (I put millet) grated lemon peel, baking soda, semolina, flour and knead until you get a dough. The dough should be soft but firm to be able to be shaped. From this dough we form balls about the size of an apricot, we make them in the middle and other small balls for garnishing. used by cherries) and sour cream and a small ball is placed on top.


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Thank you very much for this recipe! I confess that I have not made this preparation for a long time, for fear of failing, as in other times. The recipe is wonderful, very easy to make (faster than 1/2 hour), the ingredients can be easily mixed without a mixer, the quantities can be reduced by a quarter, and it comes out incredibly fine! After frying the papanas, their consistency inside resembles cake crust. Congratulations!

I boiled the papanas and didn't put lemon, but they don't come out all the time, they break when they boil.

Georgiana Popa, January 26, 2014

daniela, September 21, 2013

I made them only once so far and they turned out delicious thank you for the recipe

constanta proca (Chef de cuisine), June 5, 2010

a recipe f f very strong sh I think k sh delicious. And betooooooooon

NADIA MARIA (Chef de cuisine), March 25, 2010

Look what a craving you made me! I haven't eaten in at least 10 years. I make them (copying my mother) in the form of sticks about 10 cm long and about 2-3 cm thick, and I serve them only with cream and sugar on top, I don't put jam anymore, but you can try, that if you don't try you can't know if you like it or not. Good, good. Congratulations!

Thank you very much for this recipe! I confess that I have not made this preparation for a long time, for fear of failing, as in other times. The recipe is wonderful, very easy to make (faster than 1/2 hour), the ingredients can be easily mixed without a mixer, the quantities can be reduced by a quarter, and it comes out incredibly fine! After frying the papanas, their consistency inside resembles cake crust. Congratulations!

andreea, October 8, 2009

I'm married in Spain and apart from Romanian food, I also make some sweets and I made papanasi. My husband's family turned out very good. .the truth is that we have a great gastronomy.

Cely Snijec (Chef), August 21, 2009

I like fried papanas, garnished with sour cream and blueberry jam. We like the boiled ones seasoned with butter, sugar and vanilla sugar or with sour cream and sugar.

burdulea maria elena (Chef de cuisine), July 24, 2009

I really like my dad and my daughter.

valentina ionita (Chef de cuisine), May 14, 2009

Papanas are very tasty, with jam and sour cream on top.

herghelegiu mihaela, March 15, 2009

I also made papanasi once, but only papanasi didn't come out.

They can be made differently. Remove the sugar, sour cream, baking soda and lemon peel from the ingredients. Shape the balls with a diameter of 2 cm and boil them in water until they rise to the top. and sugar. They are very tasty.

double G, February 6, 2009

If you want it to come out even tastier, give up semolina. I don't see the point. and to bake well inside, from the circles with the hole in the middle, lift them up and make them in the shape of a cone trunk.

Papanasi came out strong and unmade inside and I didn't put more flour than it says, what is to be done?

I put 7 yolks per 1 kg of cheese and we are very successful - they make the best papanasi in town in our restaurant.

andrei, October 11, 2008

alexutzu, October 6, 2008

I ate, they are very good. I made them myself. Note 10+!

mirela bardas, September 25, 2008

I thought they were very difficult, but it's a flower in my ear. It was raining in my mouth, I'm dead according to Romanian recipes. It works any kind of jam you have in the house.

Munteanu Viorica, August 1, 2008

They are very good and really very easy to make, but they are even better if they are served with cherry jam.

ana maria lengher (Chef de cuisine), July 29, 2008

I really like papanas. I didn't do it at home. I ate at the restaurant, very good. I think I'll try to make it at home to see how it turns out.

I have done it many times since I took the recipe and they are very good and they are made quickly.

MIHAELA BADEA (Chef de cuisine), July 18, 2008

I haven't made papanasi so far, but I've eaten. Maybe I'll try, it's not a hard recipe.


Papanas preparation recipe For this recipe I was inspired by Claudia (Diaconta): - * and I can say that we like these papanas as much as those boiled and rolled in breadcrumbs. Thanks Dia for the recipe! >: Drinking preparation recipe In a bowl, mix the cheese well with the salt, sugar, vanilla sugar and eggs. Mix well then add semolina and baking soda. Mix again then add flour, just enough to get a dough that can be shaped.

Heat the oil in a saucepan. It is shaped from dough into suitable rings and small balls. Fry, then remove on absorbent towels.

Serve with Greek yogurt and sprinkled with blueberry syrup.

Yogurt can be replaced with sour cream. The syrup can be replaced with any favorite jam.

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Smooth lightly on top & ndash to make beautiful children and make the sign of the cross & ndash for the good God to help you, to grow the dough well.

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Knead the dough, if necessary and if the flour requires it, add a little more milk, make it a suitable hard dough, like in a cake.

Grease your hands with oil and knead well until the dough comes off your hand.

Smooth lightly on top & ndash to make beautiful children and make the sign of the cross & ndash for the good God to help you, to grow the dough well.

Cover with a napkin and leave to rise. When the dough has risen enough, break it into equal pieces, make balls and bake in special forms of savarines or muffins.

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Different from the papanas that we eat in restaurants or that we prepare at home boiled or fried in a pan like donuts, these papanasi baked in the oven will look like strange cakes, but they are extremely delicious (I assure you!), especially if you choose a fresh and good urda and with sour cream and cherry jam on top they are very appetizing! In addition, they are so easy to make… that even a beginner in "kitchen" will look like a flower in his ear.

Mix the urda with the eggs, then add the powdered sugar, vanilla sugar, a pinch of salt and semolina and mix well again. Leave the papanasi composition to cool for half an hour, so that the sugar melts and the semolina swells a little.
Put baking paper in an oven tray and grease with a little oil.

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Bake for about 40-45 minutes. After you take them out, it will deflate :), at least that's what happened to me.

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The other day I remembered the papanas that my mother prepared when I was little. Sometimes he fried them, other times he boiled them, so I got to work. Rita also helped me, in the sense that she keeps taking out from the drawers either semolina, pasta or different pots, this becoming her number one pleasure! She (dis) organizes them and I can prepare various ones in parallel. :)
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Mix the well drained whey cheese with the two eggs, grated lemon peel and semolina. Leave to homogenize for 20 minutes and the semolina to absorb the remaining whey well. Then put a pot of boiling water and form balls from the composition. They are put in water, at first they will sit on the bottom of the pot but gradually they will rise and practically in 4-5 minutes they are ready. Do not mix them, just make sure they do not stick to the bottom of the pot. Grind the biscuits and roll the balls there. Rita eats them in combination with a fruit puree.
Increase in the kitchen and good appetite for the little ones! :)