There are many variations of this lovely crêpe recipe in probably all countries in eastern and central Europe. In Poland it is called “Naleśniki z Serem i Rodzynkami” and in Russia: Nalisniki (налесники).
You might have noticed that beside several Swedish recipes this blog also have some Hungarian recipes. The reason is because my wife’s parents emigrated from there to Sweden and brought with them tons of delicious traditional recipes.
Pancakes are one of those kind of recipes where there seem to be endless of variations all across the world. Just look at the list I made with now 75 different pancakes around the world. I wish I had time to taste my way around the world just eating pancakes 🙂
The latest addition to the list of pancakes around the world is this delicious hungarian crepe with cottage cheese and raisins – Túrós palacsinta (direct translation: with cottage cheese pancakes)
Here are some other recipes related to pancakes: