Syrniki are traditional to Russian cuisine, and usually served for breakfast with jam or soured cream. The cheese used to make them is called twarog but you can use quark instead.
This is far too much flour, you end up with pancakes rather than Syrniki. Reduce the flour to about 1 tablespoon per 250g Tvarog for a more authentic taste and texture. Note UK cottage cheese is a lot wetter, so try to find full-fat ("Tjusty") Tvarog in the Polish section, if your Tesco has one! - 08 Nov 2017
Almost like my wife makes... Loved it. - 15 Sep 2017
Used tvorog , not quark - a type of farmer's cheese. - 21 Jan 2019 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)