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Boats with cheese and dill


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dough:

In a bowl add flour, salt, sugar, yeast and mix make a hole in the middle add beaten eggs with a fork, milk and oil and start kneading a homogeneous and elastic dough.

Cover with a towel and leave to rise for 40 minutes.

In the meantime we are preparing

Filling:

In a bowl add the grated telemeau, eggs, dill and salt if necessary, mix well.

Divide the dough into equal pieces, spread each piece and add the filling, twist the ends so that the middle is visible.

We repeat the same with the others.

Place in a tray lined with baking paper and grease with egg mixed with milk.

Put the tray in the preheated oven until nicely browned.


Method of preparation

You get the cheese filling by mixing all the ingredients.

Prepare the dough by putting flour, yeast, salt, sugar, butter and egg in a bowl.

Gradually add the warm milk, homogenizing, until you get an elastic and firm dough. If necessary, add either a little milk or flour (depending on the absorption power of the flour).

Gradually add the oil and knead for 8-10 minutes.

Cover the dough with a clean napkin and leave it in a warm place until it doubles in volume.

Divide the dough into ten equal balls.

Sprinkle the flour on the worktop and spread a ball of dough with the rolling pin.

Put a tablespoon of cheese filling.

Gather the dough over the filling forming a ball, tighten the ends well, then spread with a light rolling pin, to flatten the ball (without leaving the filling on all sides)

Heat a Teflon pan well and bake the cake on both sides until nicely browned.


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(5 points / total votes: 35)

angela 10 years ago - 4 January 2009 11:34

Re: Cream cheese with dill

You know that since you told me you don't like peppers in my house, you don't eat peppers anymore? Yesterday I asked Dani to buy one for me. that I want to make chimichurri.

Ioana 10 years ago - January 4, 2009 11:58

Re: Cream cheese with dill

you can't, I don't eat peppers but I buy for Radu! For him I also filled these peppers, I had the cream separately, as I can't find good tomatoes at this time and I only took one for the chimichurri. The chimichurri was the first time I ate something with raw peppers and it was ok that I didn't feel it in particular.

dana milea 10 years ago - 4 January 2009 15:24

Re: Cream cheese with dill

ptr. that on the 31st we have our nephew's baptism, I am looking for appetizer recipes, and in this recipe I found a solution-easy to prepare-very easy appearance as food. SUPER STRONG AND THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS RECIPE>

dana milea 10 years ago - 4 January 2009 15:26

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Ioana 10 years ago - 4 January 2009 21:03

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dana, I'm so glad he winked at you for the appetizer. to make them look even better you can choose colored peppers (yellow, green, red) and then decorate them with dill leaves, tomato slices or a few chili flakes that I made.
long live your nephew!

maria 10 years ago - 5 January 2009 13:47

Re: Cream cheese with dill

what a nice presentation! Happy birthday! how did you spend your vacation? I see that you have prepared a lot of goodies!

Ioana 10 years ago - 5 January 2009 14:02

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we are the opposite of the rest of the world: we left for Christmas and we spent New Year's Eve at home, but these 2 weeks of vacation caught us well, we regained our strength. although today. the first day of work is almost without increase. it would have been another 2 weeks of laziness

what did you do, what did you prepare well?

maria 10 years ago - 9 January 2009 12:18

Re: Cream cheese with dill

hello, I went to the mountains (Bormio) I ate a lot at the restaurant but I also prepared at home, I prepared a muscle with very good green pepper, deer with sour cream sauce and a lot of grilled meat (we were a little inspired by the recipe for ribs spicy pork) .it was very nice! too bad the holiday is over!

Ioana 10 years ago - January 9, 2009 12:28 PM

Re: Cream cheese with dill

how beautiful, in the mountains I suspect you had a lot of snow. since we also dreamed of snowing at least a little in Cluj.

maria 10 years ago - 9 January 2009 12:35

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in the mountains there is always snow at an altitude of 1800m. what we did not expect was the snow we found when we returned home! half a meter of snow!

Ioana 10 years ago - January 9, 2009 12:38 PM

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I don't mind either, Angela also told me how much snow there is in Italy. and with us nothing nothing. the world turned upside down

maria 10 years ago - January 9, 2009 14:00

Re: Cream cheese with dill

to know that the snow is beautiful, but in a small town that the world is not used to driving on the snow, they don't have the right clothes, they are not used to cleaning the snow, believe me it's a disaster!

Ioana 10 years ago - January 9, 2009 14:21

Re: Cream cheese with dill

send it here then, we are used to it. it's just cold here, today it was -13C but it's sunny and clear

maria 10 years ago - 9 January 2009 14:23

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I send it with great pleasure! I hope you don't curse me after that1 HELLO

miro 10 years ago - 14 January 2009 14:20

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paula 10 years ago - 18 March 2009 20:38

Re: Cream cheese with dill

ioana cream cheese with dill is wonderful, but please try again - put the boiled cauliflower well drained of water, crushed with the dirt, and the ingredients are the same.

angela 10 years ago - 18 March 2009 21:50

Re: Cream cheese with dill

paula and I make cauliflower cream, it's just that I don't put dill! It's really very good! Although I really like cauliflower, I rarely do it because it doesn't smell like it when it boils, how do you eliminate the smell of boiled cauliflower?

Ioana 10 years ago - March 19, 2009 11:34

Re: Cream cheese with dill

I make a cauliflower salad, also with mayonnaise but with garlic instead of onions

cri 10 years ago - 18 May 2009 20:15

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I also like peppers stuffed with cheese

Laura 10 years ago - June 29, 2009 04:57

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Ioana, do you have a recipe for cheese with paprika and cumin like the Hungarians do?

Ioana 10 years ago - June 29, 2009 12:13 PM

Re: Cream cheese with dill

I think I know what cream you're talking about, I ate it with paprika, but without cumin or so it seemed to me. I will ask a Hungarian friend if she knows exactly how to do it.

Laura 10 years ago - June 29, 2009 18:25

Re: Cream cheese with dill

The name starts with "K" if it helps you with something. I don't know the rest.

Laura 10 years ago - 2 July 2009 02:28

Re: Cream cheese with dill

I finally found her (Korozott), here it is:
500 gr sweet cheese
1 medium onion
100 gr frame or butter
salt
1-2 teaspoons paprika or gulyas paste
cumin seeds or ground cumin seeds

You don't mind me posting it, do you? It is very good on bread and smoked sausages.

Ioana 9 years ago - July 2, 2009 10:12

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Of course I'm not upset, you were faster than me

Cream cheese 9 years ago - 12 August 2009 14:01

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I would like to post a recipe too. the cream cheese.
for a very small portion
-a thinner piece of cow's cheese
-oregano
-paprika
-pepper
-butter
-yogurt

Add the cheese to a bowl, grate and then add 3 teaspoons of yogurt. Mix with a teaspoon and then put a little fff a little paprika pepper. Add about half a teaspoon of oregano and mix well. When quartered, add a quarter of a teaspoon of butter. Mix very well and place on toast. I tell you it's very good. you can also put this cream cheese on the bruschetta. success if someone wants to make this recipe.

Cosmin 9 years ago - 18 August 2009 11:02

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. I make with butter, a cube of butter and fresh dill to taste. if it is excellent.

elena 9 years ago - 27 January 2010 19:40

Re: Cream cheese with dill

and I make this cream cheese only that at 500 g of cheese I add the egg white from 3 finely chopped eggs. it is a goodness

Laura 9 years ago - 10 March 2010 19:21

Re: Cream cheese with dill

To be more "light", instead of mayonnaise you can put 25% cream.

calin geanina 8 years ago - 2 January 2011 13:29

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nora.naros 6 years ago - 8 September 2012 19:05

Re: Cream cheese with dill

I make a super cream with several kinds of cheese, forever bellows, feta urda. mix well with a little sour cream, cumin salt and a little paprika. try with confidence

Sandra 3 years ago - March 28, 2016 9:58 PM

Re: Cream cheese with dill

I tried it on the weekend, wonderful !! But how many wonders I found on this site, I'm not a gourmet by nature but they left me with so much water in my mouth and I'm going to try many recipes from here. Thank you very much, you saved me (because many times I have no idea what to cook) and I found recipes to my taste (and I'm naturally pretentious!)

Ioana 3 years ago - March 29, 2016 08:59

Re: Cream cheese with dill

I'm glad, Sandra. We immediately celebrate 1500 recipes, so you have a choice every day.

Alexandra 2 hours ago - June 30, 2019 07:28

Re: Cream cheese with dill

I just finished preparing it. Because I didn't have it, I replaced the mayonnaise with olive oil and it turned out delicious.
Thank you Ioana, for another inspiration.


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Boats with cream cheese

Another aperitif very easy to make, but tasty and effective: cream cheese with dill, placed in & # 8220barcute & # 8221 donut or bell pepper. It is important, in the case of this preparation, that the cheeses used are of good quality, neither too dry, nor too watery, nor too salty, nor too sweet. Once this & # 8220problem & # 8221 is solved, the actual preparation is a breeze. The arrangement can be a bit more difficult, but it also depends on everyone's skill and what you intend to do.

As I did not make this cream cheese for any festive meal, I admit that I did not bother too much with the decoration. But there are many options you can use. For example, you can take bell peppers of different colors, you can cut them into rectangles 6 cm long, & # 8220 wavy & # 8221 natural, put with the spirit a little cream cheese and garnish with two almond flakes & # 8230 The multitude of colors will it certainly delights the guests' eyes. Or you can put the cream in a rectangular box, leave it in the fridge for a few hours and, before serving, turn the box over on a plate, put from place to place, by pressing, balls of red bell pepper and tie with a long strip of praz & # 8230 & # 8220cadoul & # 8221 :).

Ingredient:
& # 8211 ricotta 250 g (you can replace it with a good quality cottage cheese)
& # 8211 telemea 320 g
& # 8211 sour cream 200 g
& # 8211 dill 1 small link
& # 8211 salt, pepper
& # 8211 donut or bell pepper for serving

In a large bowl, place ricotta, grated telemeau, sour cream and a little pepper. Mix well and add finely chopped dill. Stir and, if necessary, add a little more pepper or salt (if the telemeau is not salty enough).

Cut donuts or bell peppers into pieces, boats or whatever will inspire you. Put the cream cheese on each piece, with the spirit. You can leave it like this or garnish with a little dill.

Calories: 185 kcal / 100 g (235 kcal / 100 g only cream cheese with dill).


Galetta with cheese and dill

For the dough: 1/2 cup (250 ml) oil 1/2 cup boiling water 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup baking soda (quenched in vinegar) 1 cup white flour 1 cup wholemeal flour.

For the filling: 1 kg of cottage cheese 5 eggs + 1 egg (for greased tart) a dill salt.

Method of preparation

We turn on the oven, and we start the dough. In a bowl, mix the oil with boiling water.

Add the salt and baking soda quenched in vinegar.

Then comes the flour. First we mix in the dough with a spoon, and after the components are bound, we knead lightly by hand, so much so that we combine everything in a ball, not very homogeneous.

Let the dough rest under a towel for about 20-30 minutes.

After it has rested, knead the dough once more until you get a smooth ball.

We spread a sheet as big as the oven tray, not too thin.

And we arrange it in a tray lined with baking paper.

Combine cheese with eggs and dill.

Then, transfer the mixture to the dough sheet and give it a round shape.

Fold the edges of the dough nicely. Flatten the galetta lightly with your palm and shape its edges.

Then bake it at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes.

After the first 10 minutes, grease the dough with beaten egg.

After removing the galetta from the oven, it is good to let it cool before cutting it.


The winter holidays are knocking at our door, so we are on the last hundred meters with the finishing of the shopping lists for preparing the menu for Christmas and New Year. For this reason I hasten to bring you recipes for simple appetizers with cheese and yogurt from Olympus, but also 2 two salads that can help you have a balance between meals with lots of meat.

Mistake yogurt can be the best solution for something fast, tasty and healthy. For this reason, I chose to prepare in the live on Facebook (made for the first time for me in the store) some cheese balls, boats of cucumbers stuffed with cheese, peppers stuffed with cheese and dill, a fir tree (as in the video on YouTube), but also a Greek pasta salad and a potato salad like oriental salad, to which I brought an extra flavor with cheese cubes.

Greek yogurt has a silky texture and a very good taste. The telemeau used for the recipes below can be cow, goat or sheep and we can combine any of them, depending on tastes. You will be delighted by their creamy texture and good taste. If we generally consume the cheese as such, with a little imagination we can bring it on the Christmas table in special appetizers and everyone will enjoy the fact that the menu has something new this year.

When we take care of our loved ones, obviously in the first place we will consider what the meal is like. If we are thinking of preparing traditional recipes, we can make room on the table and some beautifully presented appetizers. I am sure that everyone will notice and appreciate them.

The salads I propose can complement the appetizers, but can also be served as such as a side dish or as dinner. And as appetite comes from eating, we can say that appetite comes from trying new recipes.

INGREDIENT:

1.For cheese balls:

For the decoration of the balls:

diced colored bell peppers

2. For the Olympus Cheese Tree:

2 tablespoons Olympus sour cream

1 tablespoon chopped smoked salmon

for fir decoration:

2-3 tablespoons chopped parsley

a few cubes of colored bell peppers

3. Peppers stuffed with cheese and dill

1 pack telemea goat Olympus

1 tablespoon Olympus sour cream

4. Cucumber boats with cheese and yogurt

5. Greek pasta salad with yogurt dressing

2-3 slices of variously colored bell peppers

400 g Greek yogurt Olympus & # 8211 10%

300 g Olympus goat telemea

parsley leaves for decoration

6. Potato salad with telemea

1 kg of boiled potatoes

1 small cucumber or a quarter long cucumber cut into cubes

slices of variously colored bell peppers cut into cubes

1/2 teaspoon lemon juice / vinegar

To prepare any of the appetizers proposed above, we will mix with the help of a robot (or a vertical mixer) our favorite telemeau with yogurt or sour cream. Depending on the desired texture (if we want it softer) we will add yogurt or sour cream only after mixing the quantities above.

Add freshly ground pepper, salt only if we eat very salty and chopped dill.

model cheese ballsbetween the palms, then roll them through the desired settings. We arrange each ball on a salted biscuit or directly on the plate.

If Christmas treewe will give it a conical shape. We can make one, bigger, that will be in the center of the plate, or smaller and more, depending on the number of guests. Decorate it with pepper cubes so that it is a colorful and cheerful presentation. Here you can see the movie in which you can be guided to model a cheese tree.

For peppers stuffed with cheese and dill we remove the stalks, we take care that there are no seeds left and we fill them with a posh with Telemea cream and Olympus cream, we leave them in the fridge and we cut them only before they are put on the plate to be eaten. If the peppers are very small and the job seems complicated, we can cut them in half and fill them with great care, without soiling their edges.

For cucumber boatswe will peel the cucumbers, still leaving a few stripes for the appearance, then we remove the middle with seeds and we fill with cream from the telemea with yogurt (or with sour cream), then we decorate according to our own imagination.

To prepare a Greek pasta salad with Telemea and Olympus yogurt we will boil the pasta according to the indications on the package, drain them and then mix them with oil, chopped vegetables (tomatoes in quarters if they are bigger, and peppers in small cubes), season with salt, pepper and a little oregano, red onion (if we want to keep the idea of ​​Greek salad), pieces of telemea and mix. We put the yogurt at the end and mix it lightly to homogenize the salad. I'll leave you with another video for preparing this salad here.

For potato salad with Olympus telemeawe will boil the potatoes in their skins until a fork easily enters them. Drain them, let them cool a bit, then peel them and cut them into cubes of the right size. Put them in a bowl and mix them with the rest of the ingredients until smooth.

If you want to see how I prepared some of them in the live on Facebook, I leave the movie below:


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