Nalesniki/Nalysnkyky /Crepes

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Nalesniki/Nalysnkyky /Crepes

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Ingredients

2 cups Milk
2 Eggs
1t Salt
1 cup all purpose flour
2t Oil
Filling:
2 cups farmer’s cheese
1t Salt
2t Sugar can add more
2 Eggs mix well
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Ingredients

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Nalysnkyky are the Ukrainian version of crepes. The secret of cooking crepes is to cook the crepe until the top is dry before you flip it over, and then cook on the other side for a few seconds. After the crepes are filled, they are rolled up and placed in a casserole dish. Cream is poured on them and they are baked to a golden brown.

How to Make the Crepes:

  1. Mix all the ingredients well, making sure there are no lumps. Note: You can substitute water for milk in the crepes if you prefer.
  2. Make sure the pan is very hot, poor in the batter, and swirl around so the batter spreads evenly around the pan. Fry lightly on both sides.
  3. Mix the filling, put it in the middle of the crepe, and fold it like an envelope. Fry the side with end flap first, so it doesn’t unfold. It is better to put the filling on the side that is fried most. Cheese or mushrooms are the traditional fillings for these Ukrainian crepes.  

Fillings:

  • You can use plain cottage cheese or even cream cheese. Mix together 2 cups dry curd cottage cheese, 2 egg yolks, 2 Tablespoons sour cream, and ½ teaspoon salt using a blender or just stirring vigorously. If using a blender, combine ¼ cup chopped dill with the cheese separately so the filling doesn’t turn green. 
  • You can use leftover chicken or any other meat chopped up instead of cheese.
  • You can fry an omelet with green onions, chopped it up and fold that into a crepe.
  • Mashed potato is great as well.

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