Crepes cross cultural lines

01/28/2008 | Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, Calif.)

Blintzes, traditionally made from a yeast batter, are now made more like crepes. This less traditional kind of blintz is unyeasted, pan-fired and filled with anything from fruits and jams to cheeses and meat. Using whole-wheat flour instead of all-purpose can make the crepe richer.

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