blini


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Synonyms for blini

Russian pancake of buckwheat flour and yeast

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Blinis are an eastern European pancake similar to fluffy American pancakes, but much daintier.
Pair the caviar blinis with cocktails or champagne, he advises.
40 blinis (available in the chilled counter at most supermarkets) 200g cream cheese 1/2 cooked beetroot (not in vinegar) zest of one lemon 150g smoked salmon pieces 10 chives black pepper 1 Lay the blinis out on a baking tray (don't skip this as it really makes a difference) and gently heat in a medium oven for a few minutes.
Donna Blini has since found further fame as the dam of this year's Japanese fillies' Triple Crown and Japan Cup heroine Gentildonna.
Julien's objective was to load cocktail sized blinis, each weighing 9g, into a thermoformer with each pack containing 12, 16 or 20 pieces, arranged as 4 stacks in each pack.
A duo of smoked salmon and beetroot lax with potato blini, herb cream cheese, capers and spring onions costs just pounds 1.
Alfesca's products include smoked seafood, regional duck products, shellfish, blini, spreadables, snacks and other ready-to-eat products.
Russians, Ukrainians and other Slavic cultures cook up a stack of blini - big, round crepes that symbolize the return of the sun.
Some of the recipes: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake; Chocolate Cranberry Bread Pudding; Chocolate Pecan Pie; Chocolate Dipped Caramel Apples; Chocolate Banana Blintzes; Bittersweet Chocolate Truffles; Chocolate Blini with Berry Caviar; and Chocolate Banana Waffles.
Serve caviar on warm blini with optional creme fraiche.
We developed the suspended axle designs to accommodate the growing trend of using agricultural tractors for standard road transport," said Aldo Blini, chief engineer, Spicer Off-highway Axle Division, Arco, Italy.
But CW's routine check of new-to-us noun blinis disclosed these useful data, by way of the 3rd edition, American Heritage Dictionary, 1998: 1) blinis -- no entry; 2) blini -- "n.
The Oscars are about caviar and blini, not beer and potato chips," says Sandy Gallin, executive producer of the Oscar-nominated Fly Away Home.
WAITROSE PARTY NIBBLES From top: Spicy Pork Croquettes with Nacho Crumb, PS6/12; 12 Smoked Salmon Blinis (on six beetroot & six spinach blini bases), PS7, Waitrose
They included goat's cheese and pesto mousse with pickled shallots; smoked salmon, cream cheese and caviar blini and baked tomato; and chilli tart with minted pea salad.