Shavuot is just over a week away and we have had cheesecake on the brain for weeks now. But cheesecake is not the only dairy treat to enjoy during the holiday. Blintzes are also a beloved and traditional Ashkenazi dish to enjoy this time of year.
Sure, you can buy a box of frozen cheese or blueberry blintzes and call it a day (they are delicious and easy). But why not get a little creative and crazy with your combinations? We’ve put together 16 different sweet and savory blintz recipes sure to liven up your holiday table. Blintzes aren’t just for Shavuot either – they make a delicious and comforting brunch treat all year.
Pronounced: AHSH-ken-AH-zee, Origin: Hebrew, Jews of Central and Eastern European origin.
Pronounced: shah-voo-OTE (oo as in boot), also shah-VOO-us, Origin: Hebrew, the holiday celebrating the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai, falls in the Hebrew month Sivan, which usually coincides with May or June.