Monday 11 January 2021


Homemade Blinis


1. 100g buckwheat flour

2. 100g flour

3. 2 eggs

4. 300 ml fresh milk

5. 20 g yeast or 1 tsp baking powder

6. 1 tsp salt

7. 1 tsp sugar (optional)

8. 1 TBS cooking oil or butter for frying


1. Warm milk to lukewarm and add to a mixing bowl.

2. Add yeast or baking powder, sugar and salt.

3. Crack eggs to separate egg yolks from egg whites.

4. Add egg yolks into the mixer and combine well.

5. Add buckwheat powder and flour into the mixing bowl and mix well.

6. Whisk egg white on a separate bowl until stiff and gently add it to the mixture.

7. If you use yeast instead of baking powder, let the mixture rest for 30 minutes.

8. Heat pan to medium-high heat (np. 7.5 on my stove).

9. Use a tablespoon to scope the mixture and drop into the pan, making it as round as possible. Do so until the pan is full, but leave 1 cm between each blinis.

10. When the side downwards is golden, flip over and fry the other side until golden. You are ready to use your blinis with creme frais, a bit of chopped onions, a bit of dild and some fish egg or smoke salmon.

Additional Information:

I made this as appetizer for Daddy FECS' birthday. Daddy FECS liked it a lot. It is actually very easy to make blinis yourself.


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