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Desert Sernik - Polish Easter

Desert Sernik - Polish Easter

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"Easter Treats"
Today, Catholic Christians celebrate Easter
Also today the Jews celebrate the Jewish Passover - Pessa'h. The Passover holiday began yesterday and lasts until April 7.
Happy Easter!
On this occasion I present a Polish recipe I think universal le Sernik.
It is a recipe very close to Russian paskha, Romanian Easter (recipe here) or French cheesecake (recipe here), German käsekuchen and even American cheese cake (recipe here) and why not fiadone cake from Corsica (recipe here).
Only the type of cheese is different (Polish twarog, Russian tvorog, Romanian cottage cheese, English cottage, philapdelphia amaricana or la brousse corsicana) and sometimes the shape.
But let's get back to our Polish cake sernik :)
It exists in many variants but its origin comes from Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine.
The Ashkenazi Jews are a population that comes from Western and Central Europe, especially in the Germanic countries, where they arrived after the expulsion from Judea by the troops of the Roman Empire.
In Poland their community was important and perfectly acclimatized in the local landscape, the reciprocity being also true.
Many dishes from the Ashkenazi culture then joined the canons of Polish gastronomy. They are therefore inseparable from the history and tradition of this country.
This dessert is usually prepared for the Easter holiday but there are no parties or family reunions without this delicious cake.

  • 500 gr of cow cheese (well drained but creamy)
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch Cornstarch
  • 2 tablespoons sour cream
  • 125 g of sugar
  • peel and juice of half a lemon
  • candied fruit or raisins

Servings: 6

Preparation time: less than 90 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Sernik Desert - Polish Easter:

Separate the yolks from the whites. Whisk the egg whites.

Mix fresh cheese with sugar. Gradually add the yolks, cornstarch and sour cream. Mix well. Stir in the beaten egg whites gradually.

Put the lemon, finely chopped candied fruit and raisins.

Grease the form with butter and put the composition.

You can decorate with an egg yolk and candied fruit.

Bake for 50 minutes in a hot oven at 180 ° C.

When it starts to brown, cover it with aluminum foil.

Allow to cool completely before removing from the mold.

Bun Sernik!

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