Breakfast with tiganitsi and cream

Submitted by enr on 02 Dec 2012
2 eggs
1 cup flour
1 cup ayran
1 vanilla sugar
5 g baking powder
1 cup dried apricots (cut)
300 g sour cream
100 g sugar
sunflower oil for frying
Eggs are broken down with Ira and vanilla sugar. Add flour with baking powder. Mix well and add apricots. In a well-heated on the stove, an oily pan pour 1/3 of the mixture is distributed evenly. Kotlonat reduced and fry until the dough harden (above should not be liquid). Then turn and fry the other side. Thus prepared 3 tiganitsi. Each is coated with part of broken sugar cream and stacked. Top can sprinkle with crushed walnuts or grated chocolate.
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02 Dec 2012


Well, I must admit that I have no idea at all what they tiganitsi ... And how do you say in the singular? One tiganitsa or one tiganik? I guess they kind of pancakes, but what makes them different from them? Otherwise the idea of ​​sliced ​​apricots in the dough much I like!

Tiganitsite are kind bakeries, which are generally fried in more fat and smaller sizes. Dough gets a little thicker than pancake, scoop with a spoon and pour in the oil, and the end result is something like the cakes, but tiganitsi is the most accurate name. In singular is tiganik.

Actually, I'm not sure, maybe tiganitsa be. I never thought about. Anywhere in recipes name is plural.

Thank you for the explanation :) One learns dokatoe alive ... Looks delicious and tempting recipe, I'll try to prepare them :)