A thesis that is difficult for me to accept all my life, and every time I encounter such a phenomenon in relation to myself, I get upset. Before, I didn’t even always and immediately recognize this, as a rule, it “came to me” when everything had already happened 🙂
Over the past month and a half, I am learning to look at it differently. It does not always work out. But it helps to realize that people are just people, with the whole set of “human” manifestations. And we all need someone from someone. This is normal. By the way, the question of “packaging” in my opinion is crucial 🙂
And perhaps the most important thing is the understanding that the attitude of people towards you is your personal responsibility and the question of your desire to regulate it.
And to close the question “why is the recipe only in story ?!” I repeat it to you in a post 🙂 Save and do not say that you did not see!
🔸 450-500 g of dried fruits (dried apricots, prunes, figs, raisins, candied fruits)
🔸50 g rum (if dried fruits are dry)
🔸 250 g butter
🔸 250 g cane sugar
🔸200 g cottage cheese 5% fat
🔸 ~ 500 g flour
🔸 10 g of baking powder
🔸1 tsp ground cinnamon
🔸1 tsp grated orange zest
Rinse dried fruits, cut and pour rum. In a bowl, mix softened butter with sugar with a mixer. Then add eggs and mix until smooth. There also send cottage cheese, cinnamon and zest. Stir again with a mixer. Mix flour with baking powder and gradually add to the rest of the ingredients. Put the resulting dough on a table sprinkled with flour and mix dried fruits in it. Lubricate the cake pan baking dish with butter, put the dough out and send to the oven. Bake for 45-50 minutes. at a temperature of 160 degrees. Then cover the cupcake with foil, set the temperature to a minimum and bake for another hour.