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Synonyms for blintze

(Judaism) thin pancake folded around a filling and fried or baked

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Cook 4 blintzes until browned, turning once, 2 to 3 minutes per side.
Thus, foods common to everyone in Poland and Germany, such as crepes, dumplings and puddings, were adopted by Jews and became blintzes, kneydlach and kugels, and were bestowed with unique tastes and textures by adding schmaltz made of flavored poultry fat.
Gluten-free, hassle-free, and wallet-saving delights include Whole Grain Breakfast Cookies, Cheese Blintzes with Fresh Strawberries and Whipped Cream, White Bean Salad, Chicken Cacciatore, Linguini with Shrimp and Petite Diced Tomatoes, and much more.
Much of the latter could be resolved if politicians engaged voters as individuals, "depriving the voting blocs of their corporate advantages" and "liberat[ing] individual members of those voting blocs." (12) Buckley committed to this idealistic form of campaigning: "I will not go to Jewish centers and eat blintzes," he declaimed, "nor will I go to Italian centers and pretend to speak Italian." (13)
The women cook dishes like borscht, knishes, blintzes, and chicken soup together, with Regina Karolinski (Oma) saying early in the film that other people may have become modern and eat everything, but that she eats only Jewish food.
For $17.95 per person, The Silo offers an all-you-can-eat spectacular, starting with Bloody Marys and champagne, then moving on to unlimited portions of eggs, bagels and lox, blintzes, seafood Newburg, corned beef hash, and a chef-carved meat station with roast beef, turkey and ham.
When I went to the kitchen I discovered that Mama left a skillet of blintzes stuffed with quark.
Russ & Daughters is an appetizing store, which means it sells prepared foods like smoked and cured fish, fish in cream sauce, and cheese blintzes, which are traditionally eaten on Jewish holidays.
Her granddaughter, Carol Christian, filled in the picture with her memories of Ruth's cinnamon and chocolate babka, cinnamon toast, cheese and jam blintzes, and chopped liver.
PERFECT FOR WARM summer mornings, this light and simple recipe for cheese blintzes from Holly Mosier's new book Stress Less, Weigh Less serves up good health in 300 guilt-free calories.
What can be better than coming down to the dining area each morning after a run and having homemade blueberry pancakes, made-to-order omelets or eggs or strawberry blintzes. The Trials were definitely going to be exciting and the local housing was keeping us happy with food and friendship.
There also are baking mixes and breakfast and ready to serve freezer items such as new blintzes and sweet potato pancakes.
There are Hungarian palacsinta, Jewish blintzes, Russian blini, Swedish plattar, Mexican tortillas, American hotcakes, German pfannkucken, Austrian nockerin, Australian pikelets and Welsh crempog.
I spent a lazy afternoon here, tucking into Jewish dishes such as blintzes (a type of pancake), hummus, vine leaves and stuffed aubergines - all washed down with ice-cold mint water.