Heavenly Passover Cheese Blintzes

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  • Cooking and Prep: 45 m
  • Serves: 16
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In these Passover (gluten free) cheese blintzes, fluffy crepe leaves are rolled over a sweetened farmer cheese filling. 

Ingredients (11)

Crepes

Filling

Start Cooking

Fry the Crepes

  1. Mix the ingredients for the crepes very well until smooth.

  2. Pour enough batter into a well-greased seven-inch skillet to cover the bottom of the pan.

  3. Fry until the batter bubbles. Turn over the crepe with a large spatula and continue frying for half a minute.

  4. Remove crepe from pan and grease the pan again. Pour in batter for a new crepe. Continue making crepes until all the batter is used up. (Remember to re-grease the pan before each crepe is poured.) 

Fill

  1. Mix the filling ingredients and place three tablespoons into each crepe. Fold the two sides in and roll up.

Credits

Photography and Styling by Chavi Feldman 

Food Prep by Chaya Ruchie Schwartz

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  • sharlene

    Posted by [email protected] |2019-04-17 01:31:50
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  • De Co

    Egg

    Why is there an egg listed in the filling section?
    Posted by [email protected] |April 9, 2019
    Replies:
    Esther Leah
    I don't know if this help you. but the farmers cheese the recipe calls for is a bit dry. I also do not like using raw eggs, so I usually mix the farmers cheese with either sour cream or 5% white cheese (Quark cheese), even cottage cheese (if you like the texture), and it holds out just fine. The egg is also to bind the filling, and this does the job as well. Good luck, and a Hag Kasher v'semach. (Just use less of the softer cheeses than the farmers cheese, I'm sure you will be able to judge what you need)
    Posted by Esther Leah|April 10, 2019
    0
  • De Co

    Raw egg?

    You don't bake it once you fill it? The egg in the cheese mixture stays raw?
    Posted by [email protected] |April 8, 2019
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi, you do not need to bake the cheese mixture because there are no raw eggs in it. The mixture only has cheese and sugar. If you would like to melt the filling a bit, you can warm up the creped with the filling inside so they become warm and melted.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|April 9, 2019
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  • De Co

    Egg

    Why is there an egg listed in the filling section?
    Posted by [email protected] |April 9, 2019
    Replies:
    Esther Leah
    I don't know if this help you. but the farmers cheese the recipe calls for is a bit dry. I also do not like using raw eggs, so I usually mix the farmers cheese with either sour cream or 5% white cheese (Quark cheese), even cottage cheese (if you like the texture), and it holds out just fine. The egg is also to bind the filling, and this does the job as well. Good luck, and a Hag Kasher v'semach. (Just use less of the softer cheeses than the farmers cheese, I'm sure you will be able to judge what you need)
    Posted by Esther Leah|April 10, 2019
    0
  • De Co

    Raw egg?

    You don't bake it once you fill it? The egg in the cheese mixture stays raw?
    Posted by [email protected] |April 8, 2019
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi, you do not need to bake the cheese mixture because there are no raw eggs in it. The mixture only has cheese and sugar. If you would like to melt the filling a bit, you can warm up the creped with the filling inside so they become warm and melted.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|April 9, 2019
    0

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