Age: 1 уеаr +
These sweet treats were among my favorite snacks as a child. Yes, they are not particularly healthy, given that they are prepared with frying. But they are really delicious. I also belive that one should not get too lost in the depths of dieting and healthy eating, and occasionally we can afford some delicious treats. You can offer them with fruits to relive your conscience a little bit – my daughter favorite combination is banana with honey. Now let’s see how the buhtichki are cooked…
What you’ll need:
1 cup yoghurt
½ tsp. baking soda
flour – this you’ll need to eyeball, keep adding until it becomes like a cake mix consistency
How to cook it:
Mix all products well with a mixer or a whisk and when the dough starts looking cake mix-like you can start the cooking process.
You’ll need a frying pan that’s big enough to hold a good amount of dough bits. Put the pan on medium heat with a generous amount of oil (enough to coat the bottom fully). Use a tablespoon to scoop out a bit of your dough mix and put it in the pan. Repeat until you have about 4-6 pieces with space between them so they don’t stick to each other. Cook each side a few minutes, until they start turning a nice golden brown. You can stab a toothpick in the middle to see if it’s cooked in the middle or just cut a tiny piece to taste.
I recommend you put them on a plate with kitchen paper so that the extra grease can get soaked up. You can serve with powdered sugar, honey or jam.