Some English dictionaries record usage of the forms blin as singular and blini or bliny as plural, which correspond to the originally Russian forms, but some dictionaries consider this usage so rare in English that they do not mention blin at all and only record the widespread modern regular usage of blini for the singular and blinis for the plural. Blini are among the most cuisine yiddish PDF and most-eaten dishes in Russia.
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It is used when a person talks to others and is searching for the right words, or to express his dissatisfaction. Blini were considered by early East Slavic people in pre-Christian times to be a symbol of the sun, due to their round form. Traditional Russian blini are made with yeasted batter, which is left to rise and then diluted with milk, soured milk, cold or boiling water. When diluted with boiling water, they are referred to as zavarniye bliny. Blini were popularized in the United States by Eastern European Jewish immigrants who used them in Jewish cuisine. Blini made from batter containing various additions such as grated potato or apple and raisins.
They may be folded or rolled into a tube with sweet or salty fillings such as varenye, fruit, berry, mashed potatoes, quark, cooked ground meat, cooked chicken, salmon, chopped boiled eggs with green onions or chopped mushrooms. Blini made by pouring batter over chopped vegetables, meat or mushrooms put on a frying pan beforehand are called « blini s pripyokom ». Buckwheat blini are part of traditional Russian cuisine. Blini are considered to be the traditional meal in Lithuanian culture on Shrove Tuesday. An old woman prepares blini in a Russian oven for the religious and folk holiday Maslenitsa. Blini are one of the specialties of the Russian fast-food chain Teremok.