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This is a fabulous recipe that is well received by the Russian boys that are staying with our family. Easy to make and very similiar to what they are used to.

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Remington1000 April 27, 2002

I cannot wait to give this a try. I have had similar at party's given by Russian friends. Something I will try that i have seen them do, is fill them with sweetened cream cheese and topped with cherries and sour cream! OMG! This has made me so hungry.

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Glory822 April 14, 2009

We really enjoyed these as a dessert to a Russian meal we served last night. I was a bit worried about the batter being so thin and runny, but it turned out perfect. We liked the blintsi's the best with butter and powdered sugar inside of them. Thanks for posting this recipe!

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Chef Doozer November 19, 2007

this is a nice recipe thank you it is relly good with black caviar it was eazy to make this is kinda simular to my famliys recipe karasho spasiba

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ruskicuti January 03, 2007

These are really good, but I like instead of butter some pork salt to grease the pan. To me it just gives it that true Russian falvor.... most people can't tell the difference, but after eating Blini for almost every morning for 2 years I can tell the difference...... I suggest serving them warm with honey.... American Sourcream is just not the same as Russian SC....... Also really good with Leomone juice and sugar.... I always mix my lemon juice with a little water to dilute the kick.... That is just me though my family all use straight lemon juice...... this is about as good as you get though

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JackandDawn February 02, 2006
Russian Blintsi