5 Reviews

This is a GREAT recipe. I used 3 leaping Tbsp of flour, and they turned out fantastic! I was born in Poland and I know what these are supposed to taste like. It was so frustrating trying out recipes for Nalesniki because they turned out wrong, until I found this one. Thank you for the delicious, perfect recipe!

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Ania03 June 15, 2010

Made this awhile ago and forgot to rate it. This is my go to Nalesniki recipe. Easy and good when I want something a little sweet for breakfast that doesn't require baking. This is nice w/ Lingonberry Jam. The one star reviewer obviously has not even tried the recipe.

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Mike_Boz July 29, 2009

We had these for breakfast and filled them with Lekvar Prune Plum Filling (or Apricot) #54692. Yum!

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Chef Patience November 06, 2005

Very simple and quick along with great tasting. Thank you Rita!

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lauralie41 October 30, 2005

You make nalesniki using 3 eggs and 3 tablesppons of flour?! Those aren't real nalesniki. Maybe 3 cups of flour cause with 3 TBSP you get a bad omlette

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Anka November 14, 2005
Polish Nalesniki (Very Thin Pancake) Crepes