20.05.2020
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Recipe information
Cooking:
30 min.
Servings per container:
6
Complexity:
Easy
Calorie content:
1300.62
Carbohydrates:
124.01
Fats:
69.51
Squirrels:
45.53
Water:
107.79

Ingredients

Title Value
1. Crackers 200 Column
2. Red caviar 20 Column
3. Bold curd 150 Column
4. Spinach 1 beam
5. Mayonnaise 1.5 art. l
6. Salt taste

Cooking

1. Stage

Rinse the spinach, tear a little with your hands and put in the blender bowl.

1. Stage. Rinse the spinach, tear a little with your hands and put in the blender bowl.

2. Stage

Add cottage cheese, mayonnaise and a little salt to the spinach. Interrupt to a homogeneous state, if the mass turns out to be too thick, then dilute slightly with milk.

1. Stage. Add cottage cheese, mayonnaise and a little salt to the spinach. Interrupt to a homogeneous state, if the mass turns out to be too thick, then dilute slightly with milk.

3. Stage

Using a pastry syringe, squeeze the resulting green mass onto herringbone crackers.

1. Stage. Using a pastry syringe, squeeze the resulting green mass onto herringbone crackers.

4. Stage

Decorate the Christmas trees with red caviar like New Year's balls, and you can also add stars on top of the powder for Easter.

1. Stage. Decorate the Christmas trees with red caviar like New Year's balls, and you can also add stars on top of the powder for Easter.

5. Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

6. Stage

An appetizer on a cracker is not only very tasty, but also elegant. It is best to create Christmas trees on crackers before serving on the table in a few minutes so that the crackers do not soften and remain crispy, you can also take tartlets, baked bread or baskets instead of crackers. If you don’t have spinach, you can safely replace it with dill. Cottage cheese can also be replaced with cream cheese, then the Christmas trees will be even more tender.