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Syrniki – Fried Eastern Slavic quark pancakes (served with jam or Nutella)

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Syrniki are deep-fried Eastern Slavic quark pancakes. In Russia, they are also known as tvorozhniki. They are part of Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian, Latvian and Serbian cuisine. Their simplicity and delicious taste made them very popular in Eastern Europe.

Syrniki are very popular for breakfast with jam and sour cream.

We serve Syrniki with jam or nutella. We recommend that you take an additional sour cream if you choose Syrniki with jam.

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