The motives, because the idea came after watching the recipe from lelika (dessert, "Cheese miracle") and a prescription from Nadi W (cake "cherry delight"). Plus a bit of your imagination... Home ate everything, even the daughter (although only three pieces, but ate)))))
|Cooking time 50 minutes||Number of servings -|
Wipe curd through a sieve and add condensed milk.
Cut and add the kumquats, removing any seeds (they taste bitter). I love the bitterness, I removed all the bones.
In appearance the fruits of the kumquats look like miniature oval oranges size from 3 to 5 inches in length and 2 to 4 centimeters in width.
Kumquat (. name. "Fortunella", "Kinkala") — the fruit of some citrus plants, allocated in a special subgenus Fortunella (lat. Fortunella). A small exotic fruit orange or orange-yellow color, resembles a small orange. Grows in the South of China.
The fruit of the kumquat tastes like tangerine with a slightly sour taste, completely edible, with a sweet rind. In nature there are several kinds of kumquat, differing in fruit shape. Kumquat is used as raw and processed (candied fruit, jam, marmalade).
Soak gelatin in two different bowls separately 30 grams and 15 grams.
And prepare sauce according to instructions on the package (or pudding in the pack - one that sold)
When the sauce is ready, dilute 30 g of gelatin and let cool.
Put the warm jam and then dissolved therein 15 g of gelatin. And let cool down.
The cooled sauce with the gelatin, mix with the curd mass.
At the bottom of a split form put the cake (I had a biscuit) and spread the cheese. Put into the fridge for 30 minutes.
And then spread on top of cooled jam with gelatin. And again in the refrigerator for 5-6 hours or overnight.
Gently pass a knife along the sides of the form and remove the walls.
Enjoy your tea!