Mix the yeast into the
flours. Add sugar and water and whisk extremely well.
Beat egg yolk and add
with salt to the flour mixture making a nice, thick batter.
Grease a bowl and place
the batter in it covered with a clean tea towel or cling wrap.
Wait for it to double
in volume - approximately 2 hours.
Whisk tepid milk into
the mixture and recover until bubbles appear on the surface which takes
anything from 1/2 to 1 hour. Be patient!
Beat egg white until
it forms soft peak stage and mix in with the butter.
Using additional butter
(and preferably a non-stick spray) heat the pan to medium and spoon small
batches of the blini batter into the pan. Allow to fry for 3-4 minutes
before turning them over and frying for another minute or two. Place on
a warm dish, not on top of each other, and keep in a warm (not hot) place.
Steam or boil lobster click for lobster
of lobster on top of the blinis and drizzle with lemon butter made by
melting unsalted butter and lemon juice. Garnish with fresh dill.
This is a starter to
impress your friends and the blinis need not only be covered with lobster.
Crème fraiche works well on them too.
This recipe from www.inmamaskitchen.com
Contributor: Meryl Grebe