Kohuke- chocolate glazed quark snack is very popular dessert for children breakfast.
Kohuke is basically freshly pressed sweet curd covered in chocolate or caramel. There are plain as well as flavoured varieties filled with things like berries, chocolate, coconut and kiwifruit.
Kohuke is popular throughout the Baltic countries and can be found in Russia and other Eastern-European states as well. These little things actually don’t have much of a history – they’re about 70 years old and were something of a cult food during the Soviet regime. They disappeared as soon as they hit the shelves of Soviet stores in the 50s due to the constant shortage,
Because of quark, Kohuke is rich with protein and because of chocolate, it is energy bar:)
Let’s do Kohuke at home as pop-cakes.
Kohuke. Chocolate Glazed Quark Snack
Kohuke is typical Estonian breakfast dessert. Full of energy and protein.
- ca 100 g quark ( ca 10 pcs Kohuke)
- ca 100 g baking chocolate
- sugar, vanilla… Ayou can add berries, chocolate, coconut…
- Put the quark into the towel and squeeze as much you can, as dry you can. Quark must be very dry
- season dry quark. NB! do not add too much sugar, because chocolate is sweet, as well
- Roll small balls
- Melt chocolate into the water bath or micro-oven. Add some cream, if necessary. Chocolate must be liquid and flowing
- Dip quark balls into the chocolate and cover all sides.
- Let Kohuke dry and harden. Enjoy! Head isu!
Read how to make quark by yourself https://estoniancuisine.com/2017/01/08/how-to-do-homemade-quark/
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