Cottage cheese pie with peaches from shortcrust pastry

Introducing a simple and quick shortbread cake recipe. The classic combination of crumbly dough with tender curd filling that melts in your mouth and sweet aromatic peaches makes homemade baked goods delicious and unique. Such pastries always work out and everyone likes it.

Preparing a pie with cottage cheese is quite quick and easy. This recipe will always help out if you want to pamper your family with delicious pastries, but there is no time and desire to mess around in the kitchen for a long time. You can read more about the methods of making shortcrust pastry here, where different composition options are described.

Homemade Shortcrust Peach Curd Pie - Recipe Step by Step

Divide the two eggs into yolks and whites. Set aside the whites, they will be needed for the filling, and grind the yolks by adding half a glass of sugar.

Add soft (not melted margarine) to the egg mass and grind thoroughly until smooth.

Pour a tablespoon of mayonnaise into the mass, stir. Add soda, quenched with lemon juice.

Pouring flour in parts, knead a soft shortbread dough for the pie.

Then, put it in a parchment-lined form, forming sides and refrigerate for about half an hour.

Grind the curd with half a glass of sugar and a whole egg in a food processor or blender.

Cut the peaches into cubes, leaving half of one peach for garnish.

Beat the whites a little with the remaining sugar.

Mix curd mass with chopped peaches and whites and add two tablespoons of semolina.

Sprinkle the pre-chilled dough with the rest of the semolina.

Pour the curd-fruit filling over the dough, trim and top with chopped peach slices. Sprinkle with poppy seeds if desired. Bake cottage cheese pie with peaches in an oven preheated to 220 degrees for one hour.

When ready, remove the baked goods from the oven, wait until they cool completely, and then release them from the mold.

As always, homemade cottage cheese pie made from shortcrust pastry prepared by the skillful hands of a caring hostess turns out to be tender, aromatic and moderately sweet.