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    Posted: 01 May 2013 at 05:29
Papanash is a Romania sweet dish using cheese semolina flour and sugar.
some people deep fry the papanash but my mom used to boil it so that how we do it . 
i used home made ricotta cheese . 
 1/2 kg of cheese 
3 eggs 
3/4 cup semolina 
mix it well and let it rest for 2 hours 
if it is to soft add a bit of flour .
in a pot boil water 
make balls (tennis size ) and flat them .
put in the boiling water for 10 to 15 minutes till they float .
put them on a plate Sprinkle  sugar over and add sour creme .(you can add a cherry jam )
bon appetit 















enjoy 









Ahron
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Margi Cintrano Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 May 2013 at 07:54
Ahron,
 
Home made Ricotta and I are friends from the cradle ...
 
Thanks for the fabulous pictorial ...
 
Shall definitely be giving this an Italian Slant  with Mascarpone or Cremè Fraîche and post a few fotos.
 
Looks wonderful.
 
Thanks again.
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Looks like a great treat, Ahron ~ I just happen to have some semolina that I need to use, and I also need to learn to make some ricotta or farmer's cheese. This looks like a good way to do both!
 
Thank you for sharing your mother's recipe ~
 
Ron
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