The word chremslach is applied to any number of very different, usually fried, matzo meal pancakes. There are also recipes called chremsle, vvemzle, or chremslach that are croquettes with almonds and raisins. These cottage cheese pancakes are wonderful for a midweek Passover dairy breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I like them topped with sour cream, but if you have a sweet tooth, try applesauce, marmalade, strawberry jam, or other preserves, or a sprinkling of sugar. Or top them with sour cream and strawberries macerated with some sugar so they exude their juices and form a sauce.–Arthur Schwartz
LC Just Like Mother Used to Make Note
If you weren’t fortunate enough to have these cottage cheese chremslach made for you in your formative years, well, that’s all the more reason to make them now. You have some lost time to make up for.
Cottage Cheese Chremslach
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- 35 M
- 45 M
- Makes 18
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Fluffy Cottage Cheese Chremslach Variation
For a puffier pancake, separate the eggs, beat the yolks with the milk, and then beat the whites until they form peaks and gently fold them into the batter.