The crepes were incredibly simple, just throw all the ingredients in the blender, blend, and then refrigerate. A quick stir the next day, and I was good to go. I was able to cook up a big stack of crepes in about 10 minutes.
The filling is a very comfort-foody mix of mashed potatoes and mushrooms. I boiled the potatoes while cooking the crepes, so by the time I was done, the potatoes were ready to mash.
Filling the crepes was fun. A couple of spoonfuls of potato mixture, roll it up, repeat. Despite the heavy filling, the crepes held together well, and I only had one ripped crepe.
The final step is to brown the blintzes in a skillet. Instead of doing this all at once, I just did a few at a time, as the Big Kahuna and I were ready to eat them.
To make the meal a little fancier, I served the blintzes with a mustard sauce and a side of bok choi. I cheated with the bok choi, and steamed it in the microwave while everything else was cooking. It was the mustard sauce that really made the meal. Of course, I didn't actually have about half the required ingredients, so I bastardized the recipe with substitutions. The sauce tasted amazing, but I thought it was a bit too thick. I had to spread it, instead of just pour it. But I can't blame the recipe, because I didn't really follow it.
(I had a picture of the blintzes with sauce, but blogger hates me, and won't let me post it.)
The Big Kahuna, who judges all meals based on the sauce, gave this one 9/10.
Given how easy this was, I'm excited now to try out other dinner crepes.