Warm the milk to body temperature and combine the ingredients marked with ○.
In a separate bowl, combine the ingredients marked with ●. Add the mixture from Step 1 and mix well.
Add the yogurt, egg, and butter, in that order, and mix well after each addition.
Once well incorporated, wrap the mixture in plastic wrap and let sit in a warm place to rise for 50 minutes.
It's finished rising when the surface begins to bubble a little. Grease a frying pan with a little oil and pour in 1 ladle of batter.
Cook both sides on a medium heat. They're done when slightly golden.
When you want to eat them, simply fill with ingredients of your choice and serve for dinner. Or, spread with jam or cream and serve for dessert; either way is fine!
Just roll them up like this.
Here, I've added the ingredients to the middle and folded the blini into a square shape.
Story Behind this Recipe
I just felt like wrapping various fillings.
This recipe uses yeast, but it shouldn't cause your crepe to rise or double in size. When the surface of the yeast mixture starts to bubble it's ready. Even if you spread these crepes really thinly they'll still end up nice and fluffy, so don't worry. Conversely, if you make them too thick, they may become too fluffy.