10 Reviews

Perfect recipe and very similar to the one I just found in my Mom's old recipe box - the ones she used to make my Dad. I like fresh berries with them, jams, nutella, crushed walnut mix....I'm hungry nah!

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Hillbilly Hungarian January 26, 2010

Wow. These are perfect. As a Hungarian I've been eating Palacsinta since I was a kid. This could pass for my mother's recipe. By the way, we eat them in a more home-style fashion: stack them like pancakes onto a serving plate, then everyone takes one at a time, spreads filling on it, and rolls it up. You can offer various jams, chocolate sauce, and even cocoa powder. Each person can make it the way they like. Thank you.

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The Portugarians August 09, 2008

Each year, on the anniversary of my father's death, I make a special Hungarian dinner to celebrate his life. I made this for dessert last night and it was a wonderful end to a wonderful meal. I admit that I cheated and used pre-made blintz leaves instead of making my own crepes. Aside from that, I didn't change a thing. My father would have loved this, thanks for posting!

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Mirj January 02, 2006

wonderful recipe, takes me back to my childhood with my grandma

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silver-rose December 02, 2012

I always knew my hungarian mother was in a good mood when she made these for breakfast!!! I loved them spread with homemade strawberry jam! Ymm.

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Daisy 4 Me January 03, 2010

These were wonderful. I followed the recipe as stated but did not use the oven. I did add some sugar to the batter though. Great recipe we will have these again thank you

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Marlitt June 20, 2008

Loved it! Great combination of flavors and a lovely presentation. I must admit to skipping the baking part, I just served them up as they came off the stove. Next time I will cook a coin size drop first to taste as I thought it needed a bit more salt. Thank you for posting, made for ZWT, please see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.

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puppitypup June 14, 2008

I made these for dessert after a spicy dinner and they hit the spot. Wonderful recipe, one I will make again. I was out of apricot jam so I switched it up a bit and made a banana bomb! Loved the bananas with walnuts and chocolate. Made a great dessert, thank you for sharing this (tagged for Cupid's Choice) ~V

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Vseward (Chef~V) February 06, 2007

What a delicious recipe,just fantastic.I will make it again and again.

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renatekheim December 19, 2006
Hungarian Palacsinta (Crepes)