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Piroshki - Small Russian meat pies, like empanadas, eaten for lunch or snacks.

piroshki (pih-ROSH-keel) - Pirozkhi are delicious stuffed pastries (turnovers) that are traditionally served with hearty soups in Russia. They are also made in smaller sizes and are served as hors d' oeuvres.

Small pies similar to empanadas and piroshki. They are filled with meat, vegetables, or cheese and deep fried.
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A Swiss potato pancake made from cooked potatoes, sometimes flavored with bacon ...

The early Mennonites shared many of their recipes with the Kansas settlers, such as Piroshki, a Russian dish which the Germans grew to like. It is a flaky pastry filled with ground meat and eaten with sour cream.

Fresh pasta is also served as stuffed dumplings in many countries; the Polish pierogi, kin to Russian piroshki, are filled with meat, cheese, or vegetables.

Rissole - Small pies similar to empanadas and piroshki. They are filled with meat, vegetables, or cheese and deep fried.
Rissole - The British version of small savory pies.

knishes, strudels and piroshki.
Asiago: Cow's cheese from Venice. Semi-soft light yellow cheese when aged for a year becomes good for grating.
Asino, Asina (It.): donkey, rarely cooked today, but if so, stewed.

See also: See also: Cheese, Vegetable, Stuff, Vegetables, Flavor

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