Bolas de quark sueltas y aireadas: ¡deliciosas como las de la panadería!

Loose, Airy Quark Balls – Delicious just like the ones from the bakery!

Loose, Airy Quark Balls - Delicious just like the ones from the bakery!

What can you do to one? “Bake Together – the baking surprise” Pick something better as your theme on Shrove Sunday than “fried food”? At least that’s what Marc aka Bake to the roots and I thought when we decided on this month’s theme. Since I already have Berlin, classic donuts and apple balls here for you on the blog, the only option left now was my easy recipe for some loose fluffy quark balls do, otherwise, I really had no more idea of ​​something fried for Carnival….



I already told you that I’m not a big fan of fries, but I can eat a quark ball or two, because they are so juicy and fluffy, I like them!

I’m very excited to see what Marc will do about it. You know what our baking together is, right? Once a month we bake together on a previously selected theme … on the last Sunday of the month. However, each one for himself in his kitchen and then we will be surprised and of course you too! You can read here how this whole story came about.

So, let’s go into the kitchen and bake some quark balls for today’s carnival parade, right?

Loose and Airy Quark Balls - Quick and Easy to Make

250 g of wheat flour

250 g low-fat quark

50g soft butter

50 grams of sugar

3 eggs

1 package baking powder

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

1 level teaspoon grated organic lemon

neutral oil for frying

Fine sugar for rolling

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First mix all the ingredients well in a bowl.

Heat the oil in a deep fryer at 170 ° C or in a large saucepan. Constant oil temperature is important here, so I definitely recommend working with a thermometer!

With wet hands or two teaspoons, roll into balls (about the size of a walnut) and add to the hot oil. Bake for about 5 minutes until golden brown. Drain the finished balls on kitchen paper and then roll them directly in the granulated sugar.

Then let it cool completely and enjoy best fresh.

If you like, you can fill your quark balls with some jam or just serve jam with it.

Loose, Airy Quark Balls - Easy, Quick, and Delicious

Loose, airy quark balls

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Loose, Airy Quark Balls – Delicious just like the ones from the bakery!

Fine quark balls, fat baked snow balls

  • Author: Andrea
  • Preparation time: Twentieth
  • Time to cook: 5
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Category: Fried food
  • Method: to bake

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ingredients

1 level teaspoon grated organic lemon

neutral oil for frying

First mix all the ingredients well in a bowl.

Heat the oil in a deep fryer at 170 ° C or in a large saucepan. Constant oil temperature is important here, so I definitely recommend working with a thermometer!

With wet hands or two teaspoons, shape into balls (about the size of a walnut) and add to the hot oil. Bake for about 5 minutes until golden brown. Drain the finished balls on kitchen paper and then roll them directly in the granulated sugar.

Then let it cool completely and enjoy best fresh.

If you like, you can fill your quark balls with some jam or just serve jam with it.

Keywords: Quark balls, snow balls, fries, Mardi Gras, Carnival, easy, fast, for kids.

I wish you something!

Andrea