I rarely make these, as they take, quite a lot of time. And i only like pirojki with a green onions and boiled eggs. They are particularly nice with a plate of soup like pumpkin or leek. Pirojki can be fried or bake, i prefer the baked version. They are nice warm or cold, just keep them in a air-tight container.
Dough is the most complicated part, just takes time, not really difficult. The fillings can be all sorts, sweet, sour, any of your choice.
For the filling:
Eggs- 6-8 boiled and chopped.
Spring onions-5 pieces, chopped.
For the dough:
Flour- 4 cups plus more for dusting.
Yeast- 20 g.
Salt- 1 teaspoon.
Milk- 1 cup.
Warm the milk to 30C , pour it to a bowl, add yeast and sieve in half of sugar and 1 cup of flour. Mix…
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