Looking for a savory Piroshky recipe? If you love piroshky, you will want to make this recipe. It is easy to make and tastes amazing.
We have this awesome Russian store in Auburn, when we are in area in the morning we always stop by for fresh Piroshky and coffee. Well guess what? This Piroshky taste way better, and I am so thankful that my sister shared this recipe with me. I have so much going on right now but I don’t want to put this recipe a site, I want all of you to make it ASAP , no joke. Lol… My husband said that they are the best in the world and I trust his judgment.
What is a Piroshky
For many readers, you already know exactly what a piroshky is. For those that don’t. Piroshky’s are a small pastry that is filled with meat, cheese or vegetable filling.
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Helpful Hints For Making Piroshky
- My Kitchen Aid Mixer is very helpful with kneading process.
- Enjoy them while they are warm, that’s when they taste the best.
Savory Piroshky Ingredients
- Sour Cream
- Dry Yeast
- Ground Meat
- 1large Onion (grated)
How to Make Piroshky
Combine together ground meat(I use chicken with a little of beef), onion and season to taste.
Following the printable recipe below, prepare your piroshky dough and allow to rise for one hour. While the dough is rising, season and prepare your choice of filling.
Divide your dough and following directions, fill with meat mixture. Cook as directed, and allow to drain on a paper towel before serving.
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- 3 lb Ground Meat
- 1 large Onion (grated)
- Combine together ground meat(I use chicken with a little of beef), onion and season to taste.
- Whisk eggs with sugar and sour cream.
- Add water and milk and yeast. Let it sit for 30 minutes. Add melted butter.
- Mix in flour by thirds. I used Kitchen Aid mixer. Knead the dough until it unsticks from your hands, at least 10 minutes.
- Let dough rise for an hour.
- Make little balls out of the dough. Oil hands so dough doesn’t stick to your hands. Flatten out dough and place filling inside.
- Flatten out dough and place filling inside. Flatten out meat across the dough. Fold over the sides and pinch the edges together to seal the dough. Once its sealed tight, flatten out dough into round Piroshok.
- Use deep frying pan, fill it up with lots of oil. Keep stove top on medium heat while frying. Fry each piroshok until golden brown on each side, you can rip one apart to be able to tell if its cooked through.
- Lay them out on paper towel to absorb some of the oil.