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Batter: 1 cup flour + 2 eggs 1 cup milk 1/2 tsp vanilla dash salt Filling; 1 pound farmers cheese ( whole milk ricotta cheese may be substituted ) 1 egg 1 tsp vanilla 1/4 cup sugar or to taste dash salt My husband says these are as good as his mother used to make and as he remembers them. Truly blintzes are not difficult to prepare. We were recently talking about foods our mom's used to prepare and so blintzes came to mind. Farmers cheese is a low fat ,dry, fine textured cheese and is used to make blintzes and other cheese filled pastries. It is usually found at larger supermarkets For crepes: Blend all in electric blender.. Mixture should be a heavy cream consistency. If not blend a Tbs or more flour again until mixture resembles heavy cream. Let batter sit on counter 30 minutes before using. For filling: blend all well by hand. Made the crepes: Use a 9 inch heavy duty quality non stick skillet and spray with cooking spray. Over moderately high heat ladle 2 oz of batter while tilting pan and shaking to and fro to cover bottom of pan. Cook until crepe is set. This only takes minutes. You don't have to cook the other side as theses are quite thin and cook almost through. Remove crepe from pan and lay flat on counter or clean dish towel . Place about 1/4 cup filling or more as desired in center of crepe and roll up crepes and tuck ends under, placing seam side down on plate. Repeat the crepes and filling them. Yield 8 to 10 Baked version: place crepes seam side down in buttered 9 x 13 or similar pan. Brush tops with melted butter. Bake 375 to 400F about 45 to 60 minutes or golden. Traditional Fried version ( photograph ) In skillet melt a Tbs of butter and fry 3 crepes per pan - seam side down until golden on both sides over medium high heat. Turn only once Repeat frying crepes with more butter. Place seam side down on platter Other Fillings: can be all fruit and other cheese such as cottage cheese, and additions such as raisins, cinnamon, nuts etc. Serving suggestions: serve with any fruit or dessert sauce, sour cream, blueberry or cherry pie filling or fresh fruit such as blueberries ,cherries or strawberries .

Old-fashioned Cheese Blintzes


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Batter:
1 cup
flour +
2
eggs
1 cup
milk
1/2 tsp
vanilla
dash salt
Filling;
1 pound farmers
cheese ( whole milk ricotta
cheese may be substituted )
1
egg
1 tsp
vanilla
1/4 cup
sugar or to taste
dash salt

My husband says these are as good as his mother used to make and as he remembers them. Truly blintzes are not difficult to prepare. We were recently talking about foods our mom's used to prepare and so blintzes came to mind.

Farmers
cheese is a low fat ,
dry, fine textured cheese and is used to make blintzes and other cheese filled pastries. It is usually found at larger supermarkets

For crepes:
Blend all in electric blender.. Mixture should be a
heavy cream consistency. If not blend a Tbs or more flour again until mixture resembles heavy cream. Let batter sit on counter 30 minutes before using.
For filling:
blend all well by hand.

Made the crepes: Use a 9 inch
heavy duty quality non stick skillet and spray with cooking spray. Over moderately high heat ladle 2 oz of batter while tilting pan and shaking to and fro to cover bottom of pan. Cook until crepe is set. This only takes minutes. You don't have to cook the other side as theses are quite
thin and cook almost through. Remove crepe from pan and lay flat on counter or clean dish towel . Place about 1/4 cup filling or more as desired in center of crepe and roll up crepes and tuck ends under, placing seam side down on plate. Repeat the crepes and filling them. Yield 8 to 10

Baked version: place crepes seam side down in buttered 9 x 13 or similar pan. Brush tops with melted butter. Bake 375 to 400F about 45 to 60 minutes or golden.
Traditional Fried version ( photograph ) In
skillet melt a Tbs of butter and fry 3 crepes per pan - seam side down until golden on both sides over medium high heat. Turn only once Repeat frying crepes with more butter. Place seam side down on platter
Other Fillings: can be all fruit and other
cheese such as cottage
cheese, and additions such as raisins, cinnamon, nuts etc.
Serving suggestions: serve with any fruit or dessert
sauce,
sour cream, blueberry or cherry pie filling or fresh fruit such as blueberries ,cherries or strawberries .


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