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Latest revision as of 15:39, 10 May 2012

Blina German Pancake


Mix water, flour And yeast Together Then Let Stand Overnight. in TheMorning, Scald 1 Cup of milk With 3 Tbs. of butter. Cool Slightly.Then Add 2 eggs, Teaspoon Soda And Teaspoon of baking powder. AddMilk And Stir. Pour Cup of Batter Into Hot Pan. Tip Pan to MakeBatter Cover The Bottom of The Pan.

Bilna, Those Thin German

Pancakes. as With Other Pancakes There Are Many Recipes For MakingThese.This is One Popular Version.

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