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Curd Casserole. Kohupiimavorm

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Curd Casserole. Kohupiimavorm

14 th of March is Estonian Native Langue Day .

Estonian belongs to the Finnic branch of the Uralic language family. Finnish and Estonian  are very similar like  for example Italian and Spanish.
Estonian is secret language 🙂 because only ca 1 million people speak this natively.

The biggest difference is that Estonian do not have prepositions (if you reading my posts, you probably noticed, that this is the most complicated for me).
I am able to communicate in Russian, English and Finnish and I can tell you, that for saying the same idea, in Estonian this is the shortest, You need and use fewer words because you do not need prepositions 🙂

The second difference is that we do not have grammatical genders. She and He are both ” tema”. Foreigners asking often, how do you know  does in this written text man or woman. And we are asking back: WHY this is important ? Concentrate to the idea and content, not to the prejudices. And usually people has names:)

And, unlike the Romance language speakers, we do not know does table or tree is female or male.
Yes, we believe in that nature has the spirit. In Estonian are very much onomatopoeias. But what gender  has trees and stones. We do not care 🙂

But Estonian is not so easy. We have fourteen cases. And lot of vowels.
You can say, that you Estonian is fluent, if you are able to pronounce:
õunapuuõied, oaaed, Jüriööülestõus, jäääär, head aega.. 🙂
(apple tree blossoms, bean garden , St. George’s Night Uprising, the ice edge, good by)

For this day I present to you one very typical Estonian dessert.

Curd Casserole with Kissel

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Time: 30mins
  • Difficulty: easy
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Curd Casserole is typical Estonian Dessert.Serve with Sour Cream or kissel

Ingredients

  • 50 g melted butter + some butter to grease baking form and some butter on the top of dessert
  • 400 g quark/curd
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 dl semolina
  • 100 g sour cream
  • sugar and grated lemon peel
  • bread crumbs

Directions

  1. In a medium bowl, toss together butter, quark and whipped egg yolks, semolina and sour cream
  2. season with sugar and lemon
  3. Whip egg whites and mix carefully in to quark-mix
  4. Grease baking form with butter and sprinkle over bread crumbs
  5. Bake 175C convection 30-40 minutes
  6. Serve with sour cream or Kissell
  7. Head isu!

Soundtrack Song from the animation film “Lotte from gadgetville” /”Leiutajatekula Lotte”

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