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Blintzes with Fresh Blueberry and Blackberry Sauce

  • Prep 45 min
  • Total 60 min
  • Ingredients 12
  • Servings 4

Ingredients

For the fresh blueberry and blackberry sauce

2
cups fresh blueberries
1
cup fresh blackberries
1
cup unrefined cane sugar
1/2
cup raspberry liquor

For the filling

1
cup softened cream cheese
2 1/2
cups ricotta cheese
1/4
cup yellow lemon juice
1/4
cup honey
2
teaspoons grated yellow lemon rind
8
large flour tortillas (the type used for burritos)
canola or corn oil
4
organic, light pink roses for garnish (optional)

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

It is advisable to use fresh, seasonal fruit for the sauce, as well as unrefined sugar for a healthier jam. This fruit jam or sauce can be stored in the refrigerator and, if you cover it well, it will last several weeks.

Garnish with a rose for a more elegant presentation.

It can be served with a cup of tea or coffee.

Blintzes are a dish used in Jewish cuisine; we can describe them as similar to French crêpes or Russian blinis, only fried. They are served on special holidays such as Chanukah, Sabbath and Shavuot. Blintzes can be prepared in both sweet and savory varieties. The most popular combinations are those stuffed with mushrooms or with lots of cheese and covered with fresh strawberry jam. As a little girl, my mom used to take me for dinner to a restaurant located in the area of Polanco in Mexico City. We loved eating at this one coffee shop that served Jewish food. This is where I first tried the delicious blintzes and, since then, they are one of my favorite dishes. Therefore, today I want to share with you a very easy and quick recipe, inspired by the traditional blintzes. Let’s start cooking!

Directions

  • 1 To make the fruit sauce:Place a medium pot on the stove over medium low heat and add all the ingredients. Cook for 30 minutes and cover until ready to serve. The sauce should be warm when you serve the blintzes.
  • 2 To make the filling:Place the cream cheese in a medium bowl and soften it with a balloon whisk. To make this process easier, leave the cream cheese at room temperature for several hours and beat. Then add the ricotta cheese and the rest of the ingredients until everything is well incorporated and your cream has a soft consistency.
  • 3 To make the blintzes:Heat up the flour tortillas a bit so they are easier to work with and don’t break when you wrap them.Place the warm tortilla on a flat surface and add 1 or 2 tablespoons of the filling to the center of the tortilla. Then fold it as you would a burrito.Add canola oil to a skillet and heat over medium heat. One by one, fry the blintzes on both sides.
  • 4 Place two servings on a plate and thoroughly coat them in the blueberry and blackberry sauce.
  • 5 This dish is served hot or warm.

Blintzes are a dish used in Jewish cuisine; we can describe them as similar to French crêpes or Russian blinis, only fried. They are served on special holidays such as Chanukah, Sabbath and Shavuot. Blintzes can be prepared in both sweet and savory varieties. The most popular combinations are those stuffed with mushrooms or with lots of cheese and covered with fresh strawberry jam. As a little girl, my mom used to take me for dinner to a restaurant located in the area of Polanco in Mexico City. We loved eating at this one coffee shop that served Jewish food. This is where I first tried the delicious blintzes and, since then, they are one of my favorite dishes. Therefore, today I want to share with you a very easy and quick recipe, inspired by the traditional blintzes. Let’s start cooking!

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Adriana Martin Adriana Martin
August 28, 2017

Blintzes are a dish used in Jewish cuisine; we can describe them as similar to French crêpes or Russian blinis, only fried. They are served on special holidays such as Chanukah, Sabbath and Shavuot. Blintzes can be prepared in both sweet and savory varieties. The most popular combinations are those stuffed with mushrooms or with lots of cheese and covered with fresh strawberry jam. As a little girl, my mom used to take me for dinner to a restaurant located in the area of Polanco in Mexico City. We loved eating at this one coffee shop that served Jewish food. This is where I first tried the delicious blintzes and, since then, they are one of my favorite dishes. Therefore, today I want to share with you a very easy and quick recipe, inspired by the traditional blintzes. Let’s start cooking!