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Blini

Blini-thin pancakes. Very tasty and delicious pancakes, similar to crepes or Swedish pancakes, but this is the Russian version. When you add the boiling water the batter size will increase several times, so be sure to use a large bowl. You can serve with sour cream, whipped cream, chocolate, various jams or wrap them in a different filling such...
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Buttermilk Blini

These blini can be served with different fillings: meat, fish, vegetables, mushroom, fruits, berries, sweet filling like jam, chocolate, whipped cream, or honey, or simply with sour cream on top.

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Blini

Russian Blini with pear filling topped with caramel syrup and peaches with whipped honey cream. These looks good enough for dinner to me!   I’ll share the recipes soon!...
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Maslenitsa

Maslenitsa is an Eastern Slavic religious and folk holiday where people celebrate saying goodbye to winter and welcoming spring. This is the last week  before Lent, when religious followers are allowed to eat butter, dairy products and fish, which the name Maslenitsa originated. Like Easter, Maslenitsa is a different day every year, in 2017 it will take place from Feb...
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Oladki, Oladi (Mini Pancakes)

Oladki, is one of the oldest traditional Ukrainian dishes and a traditional breakfast food (in Russia -Oladi, Oladushki), can be either sweet or savory. They may also be appetizer, main course, or even dessert; another Slavic dish. There are two types of Slavic pancakes, blini (mlinci), which are very thin like crêpes and oladki (oladi), thick, puffy pancakes. Oladki always...
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Pelmeni

Like borscht, blini or pirozhki, pelmeni is a classic Slavic dish. They are usually prepared from beef, pork, lamb or any other kind of meat and even sometimes fish or mushrooms. Usually the family gathers at one large table and makes them together by hand. Some eaten then but they can be frozen for storage and cooked later on...
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