A Sunday seems to be a traditional day for baking 🙂 First of all I didn’t bake at all. I wanted to have a rest for all day but I find the having a rest as boring a bit 🙂 I need to have a rest in a more active way 🙂 That meant I had a „double day“ (run twice, baking twice, sunbathing twice a day).
Partly because on my TODO list I wrote that I’d like to bake something with ricotta and partly because I was curious whether I am able to bake something like as qasata/pastizz in a more cheap way that I bought them.
I bought puff pasta (I don’t know whether it is a name for our listové těsto but the ingredients seem to be used the same, and consistency and taste of dough are sure the same). It cost 1,40 euros. Further, I had to buy a new packet of ricotta (I ate it so often). Approximately 500 g of this cheese cost 1,60 euros.
I must confess that I didn’t have any concrete receipt and I came with up my own receipt. For inspiration, I outline the working process. On a saucepan, I stew the frozen spinach with garlic and white yoghurt (I didn’t have a scream). Meanwhile, I tried to roll my dough but I must mention that I didn’t have the flavour onto the chopping board (by the way, I’ve learnt this word) and Marissa couldn’t find her rolling pin (and this word I’ve learnt as well). In the second picture, you can see its substitute – it is a holder on the paper towels :-)) In the end, I was a winner and I had a slice of dough.
Then I could continue my process. I mixed up spinach with ricotta and one egg. In the end, I put this mixture on my slice of dought and rolled up. I baked it by eye about 30 minutes on 200°C.
And what does result look? You can persuade in the next picture that it very tasted :-). First of all, I planned to have it for my breakfast :-). I eventually kept one piece of cake.
Summary, I am not sure whether it was cheaper than I’d bought two pieces of my lovely pasta but I enjoyed spending my time with baking. See you next baking session.