Blintzes are commonly filled with farmer's cheese or fruit. They are traditionally served for Shavuot and, less commonly, for Chanukah and other Jewish holidays. The word blintz may come from palatschinke , and be derived ultimately from the Roman placenta cake. Blintzes are the subject of a famous Jewish parable, which uses the blintz as an analogy for Judaism itself, and one's own adherence to its beliefs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Traditional Jewish pancake.
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Deselect All. Pinch salt. Cheese Filling, recipe follows. Blueberry Sauce, recipe follows. Melted unsalted butter, for sauteing blintzes. Confectioners' sugar, for dusting. Home Recipes Tyler Florence.
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Blintzes are a favorite Jewish food, and cheese blintzes are traditionally served for Shavuot and other Jewish holidays. Mushroom blintzes are a popular appetizer for Friday night Sabbath dinner. You can make a large batch of blintzes in advance of the holiday or Shabbat, and store them in the freezer. Then defrost, heat, and serve for a festive and delicious first course. Here are recipes and step-by-step instructions for making blintzes.
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