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.
I added a little all-purpose flour to the blini; the buckwheat contributes hearty flavor to the dish, but it needs the gluten of all-purpose to hold together.
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[umlaut]a[umlaut]Before the rise of Christianity, blintzes' yeasted cousins, blini, were traditionally prepared at the end of winter to celebrate the rebirth of the new sun with a round food.
The meal deals start from RO3.500 for blini with potato wedges, salad and soft drink, while individual items start from RO1.100.
The bread roll is buckwheat blini, hand crafted by one of Cape Cod's most exclusive bakeries.
The menu included Scottish smoked salmon rose on beetroot blini, roulade of goats cheese with caramelised walnuts, Cornish crab salad on lemon blini and quails' eggs.
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.