(310 votes)
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Total time: 30 min
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Prep time: 15 min
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Cook time: 15 min
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Enough for 6 people

🍓 Ingredients

  Oil for baking 🍽
250 grams Natural yogurt 📝 🍽
250 grams Buttermilk 📝 🍽
1/2 packages Baking powder 📝 🍽
1 package Yeast fresh 📝 🍽
1 Egg 📝 🍽
2 tablespoons Oil 📝 🍽
  Fruit vegetables or minced meat also leftovers
800 grams Flour 📝 🍽
1 teaspoon Salt 📝 🍽

🍽 Instructions

Heat the oil for baking.

For the dough, mix all ingredients together except flour.

Then add the flour and mix everything into a dough. Let stand for about 10 minutes.

In the meantime, prepare the filling.

Spread small balls of dough on the work surface, then roll them out (about 1 cm thick) into a circle and fill. Close the dough over the filling and stick together. Then immediately bake the pirashki in hot oil, do not let them rise further!

Turn in between. The oil should not be too hot, otherwise the dough will not be finished baking inside. If you fill them with fruit (e.g. morello cherries, blueberries or apples cut into small pieces), add a piece of sugar cube each.

Then the juice does not run out so much during baking. Wait a bit after baking so that the sugar dissolves completely. Other fillings: Sauerkraut, minced meat, mashed potatoes with roasted onions, vegetables (maybe leftovers from the day before), etc…. You can also freeze ready-baked pirashki. Then you have a good stock and can quickly heat them up in the microwave or oven when needed.

Pirashki taste good warm and cold.

📊 Nutrition Facts

Nutritional values per serving:

5 g
14 g
22 g

📝 Recipe Overview

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