I would rather do a paleo version and use coconut sugar or maple sugar and cassava flour. Turn the Instant Pot to “Manual” or “Pressure Cook” on high for 35 minutes. The second time I made it I put them in a little flour and the same thing. Please help ,thank you. First tried zapekanka in Kazan market stolovaya. Thanks for your delicious recipe because we can have it whenever we want it now. I am not much of a baker…this has been discussed before. and if you did, please share it with me. If you are having guests over, then this simple cheese cake will fit the bill and it makes everyone know that you care enough to bake for them… , 600 grams of cottage cheese, 1 medium egg, 6-7 tablespoons flour, half a cup of sugar, 1 teaspoon of baking soda neutralized with vinegar, a pinch of salt, 50 grams of sour cream, 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract, 2 to 3 teaspoons of raisins. To tvorog add salt, semolina, eggs and sugar mix, vanilla sugar, smetana (or plain yoghurt/cream fresh). Thank you for your wonderful recipes:) A true afternoon delight… This cheesecake is perfect with an afternoon hot tea. Love it. Naturally, I gave him a slice immediately and watched hime enjoy it  After 16 years of marriage and countless of fancy desserts made for him…I had learned that it was the classic zapekanka that was the hubby’s fave. Then it will have the perfect texture. https://www.justapinch.com/recipes/dessert/cake/russian-zapekanka.html . ★☆ Get ready! Thank you, You are welcome!!!!! Essentially a zapekanka is just a super easy cheesecake that comes from slavic roots. In another large bowl whisk Ricotta, orange zest and juice, baking soda, salt, sour cream and vanilla until very smooth and well combined. So after looking through the Cooking with Friends group and realizing how incredibly simple this easy cheesecake was to make, I put my big girl baking panties on and went to work. Instructions Heat oven to 350 degrees. If you do not want to cut up the orange zest, you can also use a grater to just take the zest off and use that. Zapekanka: there is nothing better than a simple Russian cheesecake. Speckled with dry fruits, plenty of good vanilla and some orange zest, this will be your new go to dessert when you want plenty of flavor without much effort!A zapekanka is a super easy cheesecake that comes from Russian roots. However, I am ashamed to say that this took me a year to write up. Best of all I even include an Instant Pot option! Zapekanka: there is nothing better than a simple Russian cheesecake. It is typically made with a homemade cheese called t’vorog, essentially a farmers cheese that is similar in texture to a dry ricotta. My version is very similar to yours and comes out perfect every time. I followed your recipe and made it from tvorog in the instant pot, it came very good, delicious. Join my newsletter list to get EXCLUSIVE recipes & more! The recipe works well for me, too. Sure!!!! As you know Russians rival the English on hot tea drinking and they just love their biscuits and cookies while they drink tea. Do you have any suggestions how to fix that?thank you very much! Butter the cake insert and pour in the batter into the pan evenly. Mix the cottage cheese with all the other ingredients in a mixing bowl. I needed a break. Very interesting interpretation. Oh well…at least now I know. So glad your family enjoys it! When I first, Sexy turkey alert Thanksgiving is about traditions... For to. ★☆ Ensure that the zapekanka cheesecake chills for an hour in the fridge before cutting into it. Bake in preheated to 180 oven for 50-60 minutes. This how we do it in Russia )) but I am curious to try ricotta . 75g currents. Place the trivet that comes with the Instant pot inside and add in 1.5 cups of water. But read about vanilla extract … it’s not what you think that’s why i like the paste! There were certain times however…that these lovely ladies inspired me to create certain recipes that became cult favorites within this little group. Most were in love with cooking, but some just needed to learn how to cook homemade meals for their families like their moms used to. It’s Monday. As you know Russians rival the English on hot tea drinking and they just love their biscuits and cookies while they drink tea. My cake is in oven, hope it’s OK, Hi, Hi Mila. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F. Butter a 9-by 5-inches loaf pan. Hi Maya… Maybe put toothpicks into the cake so that the foil does not lay on top of it. Soak currents and lemon rind in lemon juice … It took all my patience and will power to let this baby chill for a few minutes before cutting into it. ), Sveta Caught Me in a Picture at our Russian Village…. Full of probiotics…, Comfort Food, Instant Pot and Slow Cooker, Sweets and Baking. Not mentioned anywhere. Ingredients 4 tablespoons semolina 4 tablespoons sour cream 16 ounces ricotta cheese 2 eggs 3 tablespoons sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 6 ounces blueberries (fresh or frozen) Thank you Milochka! In a mixing bowl, beat the eggs and sugar until light, fluffy and pale yellow, about 8 to 10 minutes. ★☆. Instructions. I needed to not worry about po, Low Carb Russian Cheesecake Pancakes (Syrniki). Bake in a medium heat oven for 35 to 40 minutes. I make this cheesecake every week for my toddler but I usually use cottage cheese instead of ricotta and semolina instead of flour ) honey in place of sugar for heathy version. Allow for a natural release for 15 minutes. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Hi, when do you put your baking powder, & orange juice. I belong to this cute little group on Facebook, called “Cooking with Friends”. Will definitely try it, seems so good and easy! Apparently my other fancier desserts were all a waste of time as I could have just won him over with this simple dessert all along. So with sincerest apologies and a lot of love, I finally give this recipe to you my lovely friends…you know who you are xoxo. It was created by a few young girls back in 2012 who happened to be Russian , who also happened to want to share their love for cooking as well as some of their favorite recipes. Over time, I became the resident chef in this group and happily answered all and any of their recipe questions and even created some of their favorite recipes with my own unique twist. Hi it is in the second part where you combine the ingredients other than the eggs and sugar! Speckled with dry fruits, plenty of good vanilla and some orange zest, this will be your new go to dessert when you want plenty of flavor without much effort! One particular week I saw this easy cheesecake popping up all over the place on our little Facebook group. Everyone was making this “zapekanka” and I was afraid to admit that I had never made one. ★☆ Line and grease the bottom of 8 inch springform baking pan with parchment paper.