These rolls taste like tat and everyone will certainly enjoy. They are perfect for tea or instead of bread to the first meal.
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Knead the dough for rolls. For this you will need cottage cheese, eggs, sugar, salt and flour. First mash the cottage cheese with the eggs. To them add the sugar and salt. Take 1 tsp of soda and will extinguish it in 1 tbsp of vinegar.
Repaid soda pour in preparation for the test. There add flour and knead the dough. Flour pour gradually, how much dough. Knead the dough tight, but not much (should be soft but does not stick to hands). Too tight the dough will be hard to roll, and the rolls will turn out with such a test, "oak".
To prepare the filling for rolls, it is necessary to clean potatoes, onions. Then cut onion finely, potatoes grate ( stuffing optional, you can add carrots and onions to replace leeks).
Minced meat suitable for the filling of any meat. I had in the fridge Turkey mince, so I took it for rolls. The ground meat needs salt and pepper. Grated and chopped vegetables mixed with meat, because we put them in layers on the dough.
Form our rolls. To do this, take the dough and roll out to a circle or oval. The thickness of the dough should be about 1-1,5 see
First we spread on the dough, chopped the onion, then mince (minced meat trying to stretch evenly over the entire surface), grated potatoes (on top, add grated carrot).
Then, the dough is gently folded into a tube and with a sharp knife cut it into rolls 2-3 cm thick
Spread rolls on a baking tray, covered with baking paper and coat with mixture of egg yolk with milk. Rolls to spread away from each other as the dough well increases.
Swim in a preheated 180 degree oven for 30-35 minutes.
The finished rolls lay out on a platter and still hot serve!