In this video, I cooks pancakes according to the recipe of Russian cuisine.
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A blini (sometimes spelled bliny) (Russian: блины pl., diminutive: блинчики, blinchiki) (Ukrainian: млинці, налисники pl., diminutive: млинчики, mlynchiki) or, sometimes, blin (more accurate as a single form of the noun), is a Russian and Ukrainian pancake traditionally made from wheat or (more rarely) buckwheat flour and served with smetana, tvorog, butter, caviar and other garnishes. In the West, the term blini traditionally refers to small (2-4 inches in diameter) savory pancakes made with leavened batter. In modern Russian and Ukrainian, the term most often refers to pan-sized leavened thin pancakes, although smaller leavened pancakes are also called blini and were much more common historically.
Some English dictionaries record usage of the forms blin as singular and blini or bliny as plural, which correspond to the originally Russian forms, but other dictionaries consider this usage so rare in English that they do not mention blin at all and only record the widespread modern regular usage of blini for the singular and blinis for the plural. Some cookbooks and restaurants use blin and blintchick as in Russian to refer to crêpes.
Blintzes are apparently an offshoot (an evolved or variant form) of blini. They are thin pancakes usually made of wheat flour (not buckwheat), folded to form a casing (as for cheese or fruit) and then sautéed or baked. Blini are among the most popular and most-eaten dishes in Russia.
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