A blintz is a crepe rolled into a tubular shape that encloses pot cheese or fruit, then fried in butter and served with sour cream and/or apple sauce or fruit compote. Blintzes are a common item on Jewish deli menus and in kosher Jewish homes for meals that are strictly dairy. They are served warm, as breakfast or dessert.

Restaurants With This Dish

Barney Greengrass


Second Ave. Deli


D.Z. Akins


Thin-sliced corned beef is piled high between slices of rye bread.
Manny’s Coffee Shop & Deli | Corned Beef Chicago-Style



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