Nothing says "Russian cuisine" quite like "piroshky"! This braised cabbage recipe is my personal favorite! Get over your fears of trying the Russian cuisine with my step-by-step video instructions!
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Really enjoy your Russian/Ukrainian recipes and videos, Tatyana.
I remember as a child, a zillion years ago, being called in from play to help Mum make some of these. The torture of sitting for hours to make enough to feed the family. Then life took over and I never made them again once Mum passed away.
Today, as grandmother to family that will never cook them, I have realised the importance of keeping these foods in their lives, while I am able to.
The simplicity of your videos has taken away the “scary” factor of my memories and revived the enjoyment and smells of Russian Cuisine.
Well done, young lady!
Hi, im from sweden and must say that this is one of the best recipes ive tried. Thank you for sharing 😊
Thank you for the feedback! I’m very glad you enjoyed my recipe!
First time trying to make these, turned out very yummy! Thank you for sharing your recipe and techniques, it helped wonders!
I’m so glad you enjoyed my recipe! 🙂
These are the best I have made so far!!! 🙂 Very good recipe 🙂
So glad you enjoyed my recipes! Thank you for taking the time to leave a review 🙂
These look delicious. I will be trying these in few days. I have a question, can I bake piroshki instead of deep frying or pan frying?
Absolutely! You can certainly bake these, too. I recommend shaping them and placing them seam side up on a parchment paper lined pan and coating them with an egg wash. Allow them to proof for about 30-45 minutes, then bake at 350F until golden brown 🙂
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