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Blintzes

Looking for the Best Blintzes in Houston? You’ve come to the Right Place

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blintzes-german-food-houston-txIn case you are living in Houston or planning on visiting it, you must try the best blintzes in Houston. We’ve got you covered on that. Visit us and taste the delicious recipe of a real blintz.

For those of you who do not really have an idea of what exactly a blintz is, let us explain. It’s a thinner pancake without a leavening agent. And, we happen to have the best blintzes in Houston.

Blintzes were considered the symbol of the Sun by Slavic peoples in pre-Christian times. The last week of winter was called “pancake week” and blintzes were prepared to celebrate the end of the winter. This tradition is carried on by the Orthodox Church.

Although the most popular blintzes are made of wheat, still different types of flour can be used to prepare the blintzes like buckwheat, millet and oatmeal.

The blintzes are widely known for their savory taste mixed with creamy filling. There are many variations on the blintzes recipes. They can be made with cottage cheese, farmer’s cheese, can be sweet or salty, with raspberries or strawberries or with sour cream. There is also an option of filling them with a mixture of sour cream and ricotta cheese. And, still, you can sweeten them with some sugar. Blueberries can be an addition to these blintzes, too. And, when they’re done, you can eat them with fresh blueberries or a blueberry sauce. These special blintzes make a good morning breakfast but also a delicious dessert.

The serving of the blintzes depends on the type of the filling, they can be served on room temperature, warm or cold.

If all this got you interested in trying out this delicious recipe, don’t think twice. Visit us and try the best blintzes in Houston, for they are really good and tasty. You will be surprised how good they are, and you’ll be in love with them as soon as you try them. You’ll end up eating them every other day. So, if you try them once, it won’t be your last time, trust us. And, since they are the best blintzes in Houston, you will not be disappointed.

As we mentioned above, you can eat them for breakfast, but they can be your guilty pleasure after the meal or on your break from work. You will not regret trying them. And we have the best blintzes in Houston just for you and the food lover in you.

We’re sure that this will not leave you indifferent. We’re sure you’ll want to try these blintzes as soon as you can. So, don’t waste any time and come to try out the best blintzes in Houston.

Deviled Eggs

The Most Popular Recipes of Deviled Eggs

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Deviled EggsDeviled eggs are many people’s favorites. Now, imagine you can add some extra flavors to your favorite recipe for deviled eggs and get a new and delightful meal which everybody will love.

First, we’ve got bacon cheddar deviled eggs. These deviled eggs will be better than your ordinary recipe because they include bacon and shredded cheddar. The original recipe for these deviled eggs makes 24 of them. You will need 12 eggs, half a cup of mayonnaise, four slices of bacon, 2 spoons shredded cheddar cheese and one spoon mustard. Boil the eggs in a saucepan. After boiling, leave them to stand in hot water for 10 or 12 minutes. After that, cool them with cold water. In the meantime, cook the bacon on a medium-high heat until all of them are brown. You can do that or just wrap the bacon in paper towels and cook them in the microwave, one minute for every piece of bacon. After the eggs are cooled, peel them and cut them lengthwise. Remove the yolks and put them in a small bowl. Mix the yolks together with the mayonnaise, the bacon and the cheese. Add the mustard and then fill the eggs with that mixture. Leave the filled eggs in the refrigerator until it’s time for serving them.

Delicious deluxe deviled eggs are always a good choice. What you will need is 6 eggs, chopped celery, chopped onion, 1/4 cup of mayonnaise, salt, hot pepper sauce and paprika. The process of boiling, cooling and peeling the eggs is always the same and every woman knows it. Again, cut the eggs in half and remove the yolks. Mix the yolks with the rest of the ingredients, the celery, onion, mayonnaise and hot pepper sauce. Fill in the eggs with this mixture and sprinkle them with paprika.

Next we have is a special type of deviled eggs. What makes them special is the horseradish sauce. For this recipe you need 6 eggs, 1/4 cup of mayonnaise, 2 spoons chopped onion, 3 spoons sweet pickle relish, 1 spoon horseradish, 1 spoon mustard, paprika and salt. Again, the process is the same. You boil the eggs, and peel them and cut them lengthwise. After you remove the yolks, you mix the yolks together with the ingredients and after they’re done, garnish them with paprika, pepper and salt.

Another delicious filling that you can make for bacon-balsamic deviled eggs is to mix the yolks with bacon, vinegar, onion, sugar, celery salt, mayonnaise and pepper.

We sincerely hope you like all of these recipes for deviled eggs we chose as the most popular and will try out all of them.

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A List of Chocolate-coated Marshmallow Treats from All Around the World

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Chocolate-Covered-Marshmallows-german-food-houston-txChocolate-coated marshmallow treats have many different variations in different parts of the world. Many cultures claim that this delicacy is their own invention. It is believed that, for the first time, the chocolate-coated marshmallow treat was made in Denmark in the 1800s.

In England, these chocolate treats are known as chocolate teacakes, even though many believe that a teacake is actually a sweet roll with dry fruit. These teacakes are as famous as the British biscuits eaten at breaks with a cup of tea. One of the most famous teacakes in England is the Tunnock teacake. British even give these teacakes to blood donors after they’ve donated their blood. The teacake is made of a round bead base which is covered with Italian meringue, whipped egg white which reminds us to marshmallow. After that, it is coated with a layer of milk or chocolate and the Tunnock teacakes are wrapped in red and silver foil, or blue and gold. Red and silver is for the milk chocolate type of teacake, and the blue and gold is for the plain chocolate-coated marshmallow treat.

There are many arguments about whether the teacake is really a biscuit as it is classified or it is actually a cake. Marks and Spencer have argued that it is not a biscuit so as such, it is wrongly taxed. The European court ruled that it was not a biscuit indeed, but it was a cake and Marks and Spencer have started a legal action to retrieve all the money they have paid for taxes for these chocolate treats.

In Denmark, these chocolate-coated marshmallow treats are known as negerkys – negro kiss, flodebolle – cream bun and negerbolle – negro bun. But, because the negro part has been seen as a racist word, it has been prevented from using since the 2000s. It is believed that Denmark is the largest producer of these chocolate-covered marshmallow treats with production of around 800 million of these each year.

Krembo is another chocolate-covered marshmallow treat which is very popular in Israel in the winter, as a replacement for the ice cream. It is wrapped up in colorful foil and is made of biscuit base topped with whipped egg cream and covered with chocolate. There are two flavors, mocha and vanilla. The word comes from the Hebrew krem – cream and bo-in it. One krembo weighs 25 grams and has 115 calories. The krembo season usually start in October and ends in February. It is believed that over 50 million krembos are sold every year.

Mallomars are well known chocolate=covered marshmallow treat to Americans. A cracker covered with marshmallow and covered with dark chocolate thus forming a hard shell. These chocolate treats were introduced in 1913 and the first box was sold in New Jersey. Mallomars are available from October to April. They are not distributed in the summer period because they melt easily in high temperatures.

We all must agree that chocolate-coated marshmallow treats are always a good choice, no matter where they come from and how they are prepared.

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