Breakfast around the world: Russia

By: Sere

Mar 27 2011

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Category: Breakfast

7 Comments

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Well, they are supposed to be Blinis. I’m conscious of the fact that they clearly look like pancakes; still delicious, though!

Russian Buckwheat Blinis

with 1/2 Banana,

Banana Soy Yogurt

and Maple Syrup


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7 comments on “Breakfast around the world: Russia”

  1. mmmm blinis! How much I love them and miss them. Russian breakfast can be very posh sometimes..like caviar and salmon, even with blinis:) and pirogi:)

    • I’ve never heard of pirogi, are they sweets? Love the name, though, it makes me laugh without apparently reason =)

      How do you pronounce it?

  2. oh, finally you’ve made a russian-themed breakfast:)
    looks yummy! our pancakes, “блины” are bigger and thinner, i love them with sweet condenced milk called “сгущенка”, but still…your breakfast looks very appetizing indeed :) well done :)

    • Wow, thanks for the advices, I’ll surely try again since they were tasty, but, again, still too much like pancakes! (nothing is wrong with pancakes, anyway!)

      Do you use some special pan to make them?

  3. yea i thought they were pancakes too!!!..anyway they look delish as usual!!!

  4. Well, there are special pans for making blinis, but…there are really not that important, my mom makes the tastiest blinis without special equipment :)
    the dough should be quite liquid, should spread on the pan quite easily :) That is why blinins are big and thin:) and well, there are so so many different recipes: for example, as a basic liquid you could use milk, kefir, youghurt,other milk products :) even mineral water, i saw that recipe somewhere..this seems a little bit weird, I know :)

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