Thursday, April 20, 2017

Quark Rosinenbrötchen/Eggless German Curd Cheese Raisins Rolls

Quark is a well known German Curd cheese which is often used in most of the dishes in Germany. Though this curd cheese is not easily available here is Paris, i couldnt resist to grab it from a nearby cheese store, where you can find any sort of the regional or international cheese varieties easily. When i picked this Quark cheese, i checked immediately for an easy dish to dish with this cheese for this month's Mega marathon which i have been running since two weeks with A-Z baking around the world as theme. Obviously for the Alphabet 'Q' i couldnt resist to bake this Quark bread roll with loads of raisins. Quark is a fresh cheese which is quite similar to Greek yogurt which is less in tanginess and less in calorie with rich in protein. Some quark cheese rolls calls for yeast but this raisin loaded quark bread rolls calls for baking powder.

Quark Rosinenbrötchen, German Quark Roll

This quark bread rolls came out extremely soft with biscuit like texture with soft crumb and bit crisp crust. Though the original recipe went for egg and egg yolk wash,i completely skipped the egg part as i want to bake this curd cheese rolls as eggless version. Easy to prepare, this rolls calls for easy and usual ingredients, no butter is needed as quark cheese replace very well butter in this rolls. Quark Rosinenbrötchen makes an excellent breakfast when served along with butter and jam or else with honey. This recipe is definitely easy to make so that you can even bake this rolls fresh for your morning breakfast or brunch. If you want to give a bake this rolls just replace the quark with sour cream or greek yogurt as these both ingredients replace very well this German curd cheese. Dont forget to bake this easy rolls if you want something different to kick start your day with less efforts.

German Cheese Rolls,Quark rosinenbtröchen

Recipe Source: here
1/2cup Quark cheese
2tbsp Vegetable oil
3tbsp Milk
2cups Flour
1/2cup Sugar
1+1/2cup Baking powder
1/2cup Raisins
1/2tsp Vanilla extract

Preheat the oven to 350F.

Take the quark cheese, vegetable oil, milk in a bowl, add the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, vanilla extract and raisins.

Mix everything well and make a slightly sticky dough. Grease your hands and roll out medium sized balls from the dough.

Quark Rosinenbrotchen, German Curd cheese bread rolls

Arrange the rolled rolls over a baking tray and make a slit in the middle of the roll with a knife (take care not to cut through).

Bake the rolls in middle rack for 15-20minutes until the crust turns golden brown.

Serve slightly warm with butter and jam.
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Namratha said... Reply To This Comment

I've always wanted to try Quark but still haven't, this may be a good reason to. The buns look lovely!

Sowmya :) said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! Those rolls look amazing...soft and oh, so tempting! Yum

Srividhya said... Reply To This Comment

Wow.. I need to see if I can source quark cheese here. The rolls are pretty amazing.

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

They look amazing. I have never work with quark but it looks like a good one to use in these rolls.

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

May years back I spent so much time reading about Quark and seeing how we can make it at home..then left it at that..this recipe sounds fantastic to try something with it..

cookingwithsapana said... Reply To This Comment

I have never tried quark cheese but these buns look and sound interesting to try on.

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

I haven't tried quark cheese but you are tempting me to look for it now :-) Those rolls look amazing -- love the golden color you got on them even without the egg.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

I have heard of the Quark cheese but have never tried it out. That is a great bake with cheese in the dough. I am assuming this cheese will be similar to texture of the cream cheese. I am going to keep an eye out for the cheese.

Sharmila kingsly said... Reply To This Comment

Love those golden raisin Rolls. And kudos to your great efforts and patience in making it so well!!

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely buns. Great bake with cheese.