Add a touch of extravagance and charm! 13 ideas for what to wear with a red sweater

Cooking Features

Cottage cheese can be used to prepare not only sweet dishes, but also savory snacks.

Unsweetened cottage cheese pancakes with herbs and garlic

  • cottage cheese - 0.5 kg;
  • chicken egg - 2 pcs .;
  • semolina - 40 g;
  • fresh dill - 20 g;
  • fresh parsley - 20 g;
  • dried herbs - 10 g;
  • wheat flour - 50 g; <
  • baking soda - 2 g;
  • garlic - 10 g;
  • salt - 2-3 g;
  • sugar - 5-10 g;
  • refined vegetable oil - 60 ml.

  • Rub the cottage cheese through a sieve, break the eggs into it, add salt, sugar and soda, stir until smooth. Add dried herbs and finely chopped fresh herbs, stir again.
  • Thicken the curd mass by adding semolina and a little flour. Wait 10-15 minutes to let the semolina swell.
  • Form a sausage from the dough, cut it, roll the cheesecakes in flour and fry them in a pan with boiling vegetable oil on both sides until golden brown.

Put the prepared cheesecakes on a napkin so that it absorbs excess oil, then transfer to plates and serve. You can supplement this dish with sour cream or any unsweetened sauce.

Moldovan placinda flat cakes with cottage cheese and herbs

  • cottage cheese - 0.5 kg;
  • wheat flour - 0.4 kg;
  • fresh herbs (onion, dill, parsley ) - 100 g;
  • water - 0.22-0.23 l;
  • chicken egg - 1 pc .;
  • refined vegetable oil - how much will it take ;
  • salt, seasonings to taste.

  • Sift flour. Mix water with 2 tablespoons of oil and salt. Pour the liquid mixture into the well made in the flour. Knead the dough. Roll it into a ball, wrap with foil, leave for 20-30 minutes.
  • Mash cottage cheese with egg, salt and seasoning. Add finely chopped greens, stir.
  • Divide the dough and curd into equal parts. Roll out the first portion of the dough, put a portion of the curd mass in the center. Fold the edges of the dough towards the center, forming an envelope. Fry it on both sides for 3-4 minutes.
  • In the same way, form and fry the cakes with the remaining portions of dough and curd.

The cakes made according to this recipe can be eaten just like that or as an addition to tea. They are satisfying enough to be full of them.

Pancakes with curd and raisins

DIY chocolate bouquet

A red sweater gives a woman a touch of extravagance and charm. During the off-season, this bright piece of wardrobe will allow you to look spectacular in your everyday environment, and at work, and when meeting with friends.

There are a lot of shades of red, so, having determined her color type, every woman is able to choose her own shade. Consider what models of red sweaters are offered to ladies by fashionable stylists.

Knitted red sweater

Bright and cozy red sweaters made of wool, acrylic, mohair or angora will keep you warm in the best way on a cool autumn evening or in the winter cold. In the warm season, you will undoubtedly be adorned with light openwork sweaters made of cotton or silk threads.

High-class craftswomen knit sweaters that are undoubted masterpieces of the art of knitting. Among them are sweaters of different knitting techniques, styles, patterns. They are knitted with long and short sleeves, with a high neck and various cutouts, tight-fitting models and in an oversized style.

Knitted red sweater

Elegant ladies prefer red, skinny jersey sweaters. It is appropriate to wear them under a blazer, cardigan. They look like turtlenecks and go well with skirts and trousers, jeans and leggings. And high-necked sweaters are good in cool weather. Knitted sweaters are performed both in plain colors and with prints. Red sweaters with stripes or diamonds are especially popular.

Sweater with red stripes

Black leather trousers, tapered at the bottom, make a unique tandem with an elongated sweater with black and red stripes. Extravagant women of fashion prefer to wear checked trousers under a red sweater, where the same shades are present as on the sweater.

Red and white stripes on sweaters work effectively with white pants or jeans for a sophisticated style.

Red Sweater Design

Scandinavian motifs are the most common red and white sweater designs. White deer, as if descended from Christmas cards, add coziness and originality to the image.

They are knitted from wool sheep yarn.

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