Beloved Shavuot Blintzes, are inspired by my Finnish grandfather. I’m not a big sweetie person, but Shavuot Blintzes is one of the sweets that belongs to yearly traditions. This recipe works well in both big and small pancakes. Personally, I always go for the mini-size. Fun for adults and for children too.
2 eggs farm eggs
2 cups farm milk
2 cup wheat flour
1/4 cup organic butter
2 teaspoon cardamon
Half a teaspoon of Sea Salt
Health add: (which divides people) is adding two dates into mixture, also nice add of sweetness! Not so Finnish, but a way to add some ovarian function and fertile health onto this recipe.
- Mix everything with a whisk until smooth. Leave the ready batter to sit at least 30 minutes before frying the pancakes. This makes all the difference in shape and flavour.
- Heat the pan. If you are cooking on outside pan, go for maximum heat and adjust the heat after the first pancake. Melt a teaspoon of butter on the hot pan and pour some batter after the butter has melted. Wait a while until the bottom of the pancake is gold-ish brown and flip.
- Decorate, create and enjoy.