Beef Piroshki (Жареные пирожки) are a fried Russian hand pie, or meat pie. Simple, like an empanada. A favorite Russian snack stuffed with beef and onion. A Russian comfort food, popular across the former Soviet Union. There are many variations of fried meat pies across many cultures. They’re known as Samosas, Empanadas, Belyashki, Pirozhki or Pasties….
Salmon Coulibiac, or more commonly known as Kulebyaka in Russian, is the original Russian fish pie. It was so popular in pre-revolutionary Russia, that it was exported into France, made famous by Auguste Escoffier, in his cook book The Complete Guide to the Art of Modern Cookery, where it appeared as Coulibiac de Saumon. Traditionally made with…
Pirozhki is simply the plural form of the Russian word pirozhok, meaning small pie. This recipe is a bunch of small meat pies. They are also sometimes called pirozhki, or Pīrāgi, depending of what part of Eastern Europe you’re from. They were common around the USSR are now commonly found across Central Asian countries like Kazakhstan….