Cheese Blintzes (1)

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One of my favorite recipes at the holidays are cheese blintzes. I knew the light taste of the fantastically light extra light olive oil would be perfect for frying the crepes. The delightful light flavor is perfect to aid in lifting spirits that sag in the morning! One taste and your soul will be opened to a day of possibility! The extra light Carbonell oil has a subtle taste which will not overpower the flavor of the airy crepes. You can grab a coupon from the sidebar of my post to experience the flavor in your own recipes.

Cheese Blitzes Recipe

Cheese Blintzes Recipe
Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: French
  • 1.5 c flour
  • t salt
  • ¼ c water
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 c milk
  • 1 lb ricotta cheese
  • 1 egg
  • ¼ c sugar
  • Carbonell Fantastically Light Extra Light Olive Oil for frying
  • Sour cream for garnish
  1. Combine 1 egg with the ricotta cheese and sugar, set aside
  2. Stir flour and salt together
  3. Add water and beat until smooth
  4. Add eggs and milk and beat until smooth
  5. Put a small amount of Carbonell Fantastically Light Extra Light Olive Oil in a 6 or 7 inch skillet
  6. Pour in ¼ c batter and tilt to distribute over the whole pan
  7. Heat until browned on bottom and set on top
  8. Put 1 rounded T of filling in each and fold in ends
  9. Brown on both sides, sealing the seams with Carbonell Fantastically Light Extra Light Olive Oil
  10. Serve hot with sour cream

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