Rosa Cooking

Baked pancakes stuffed with cottage cheese

There are a lot of them here, but this is how I make them, always, so take a look! :-)

Preparation steps

  • Bake the pancakes according to your best recipe. I usually make a little thicker for this purpose. Preheat the oven to 180. Mix all the ingredients for the filling and generously fill the pancakes (about two tablespoons). I usually fit eight in a smaller grill (25 × 35) covered baking paper. Pour the topping over them and bake for about half an hour. Serve warm. For me, personally, one is enough to eat and shoot. I hope you will like it, if you want to try it!



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