Cheese Blintzes

A specialty of Jewish delicatessens, blintzes are crepes folded over to contain their ingredients, then griddle cooked in butter. The most common filling is pot cheese, which is soft and mild, similar to cottage cheese. Sour cream or apple sauce is their traditional garnish. Rein’s deli in Vernon, Connecticut, also offers toppings of blueberries or cherries.

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Harold’s New York Deli - Triple Decker
Harold’s New York Deli


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