Sirniki or Syrniki refers to a Russian tasty dessert - a small fried cake filled with farmers' cheese or cottage cheese (Tvorog ) and topped with jam or sour cream. Sirniki is made by combining or mixing together Tvorog, semolina flour, sugar and eggs to make a dough, shape the dough into small balls, roll in flour and then fried until golden brown. Tvorog is cottage cheese (or quark) found in Russia.

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