Russian pancakes of buckwheat flour and yeast, sometimes made from white flour; they are usually served folded over, with caviar and sour cream on the inside; -- properly, it is a plural word (from the Russian plural of blin) but in America, often used as singular; thus the common plural blinis.
Originally from Russia , these small, singular pancakes are made from buckwheat flour and white flour.
Small, leavened buckwheat pancakes; in Russian cuisine, served as an appetizer with sour cream, caviar or smoked fish.
A Russian type of pancake, traditionally made from buckwheat flour and served with caviar
a yeast-raised pancake with the somewhat similiar consistency and flavor to a plotzki
(blee-nee) - They are Russian pancakes made with yeast and buckwheat flour, and have been made in Russia for hundreds of years. They are used in place of puff pastry for canapés to serve caviar, smoked salmon, and a number of other savory foods.
Small, buckwheat pancake
A small pancake made of buckwheat flour and leavened with yeast. These pancakes are often brushed with large amounts of melted butter and served with caviar and sour cream. Other versions may be made of vegetable purees or semolina flour.
BLEE-nee. Small, yeast-raised buckwheat pancakes that are classically served with sour cream and caviar or smoked salmon, but these days you may find them served with just about anything. Russian.
Small thick pancake, usually eaten with caviar.
Russian buckwheat pancakes served with a variety of spreads, notably, sour cream and caviar.