So, as I was using cottage cheese for my face, I thought I'll use another cheese to make some food:) Virtinukai or little cottage-cheese ravioli. My childhood favourite and My Little Miss S took a liking to them when we were in Lithuania. The only thing is that cottage cheese in Lithuania is different from the one here (the one in the UK is very runny). So my mum suggested using ricotta cheese. And it worked! Well, they didn't look as nice as my mum's (blame the cheese) but tasted very delicious indeed! Both my daughter and I had them for lunch. So here you go.
You will need 500g of ricotta cheese, half a glass of flour, one egg. You should normally add two spoonfuls of sugar and a tiny bit of salt...but I didn't (trying to keep my little one away from sugar and salt for as long as possible:))
For the sauce you will need some sour cream and butter (as much or little as you like). Mix ricotta with sugar and salt (if you are using it) and then mix in the egg. Add flour. Again mix and make into a dough. Then form long strips out of the dough and cut them into a small squares (doesn't matter if they are not very neat!). Boil the water (could add some salt into the water) and add your ravioli. Once they come up to the surface leave them to boil for another couple of minutes and then take them out.
Heat the butter in a pan and add some sour cream (for myself I also added some brown sugar. Naughty!). This will be your sauce. And this is it. For My Little Miss S I also blended some blueberries!