It’s Friday, which means the weekend is right around the corner. That means we can hopefully catch up on our sleep (or is it just me that builds up a deficit over the week?) and maybe even enjoy a leisurely breakfast. Yes, yes – that’s definitely the best part of the weekend!
Olad’yi (soft “d”; I know I know, these words are tough to pronounce… you should hear my husband trying!) are the Russian version of pancakes. These are buttery and moist and they make for the most indulgent (yet easy) weekend breakfast. I grew up eating these regularly (with a few other rotations, like crepes, french toast, sirniki and probably 1 or 2 others I’m forgetting) but it’s been years since I had them until I made these recently for the blog (for the first time on my own!). This is why I’m so excited about this little project of mine. I hope you make these soon and let me know how you like them!
1 cup heavy whipping