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Recipe For Savoury Mince Baked Pirozhki — 40 Comments

  1. What an excellent idea! I do love Pirozhki. 🙂

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    • They were very yummy!

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  2. I LOVE PIROZHKI!
    I mean it, I love anything in hand pie form. Your recipe looks amazing.
    You wrote the recipes 20 years ago? That is absolutely amazing. I have only been creating recipes for about a decade. You are seriously my inspiration and I can’t wait to try this recipe!

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    • Ah, thanks Krysten 🙂

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  3. Oh I could enjoy a few of those Pirozhki ina heartbeat. geat storya nd a true sign of one knowign their way round a recipe. instinct is best.

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    • Instinct is always best!

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  4. Love the look of these Tandy, as they are so golden and inviting. What a great idea for a work lunch. Something different than the usual salads and sandwiches.

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    • They travel well which also helps 🙂

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  5. Why didn’t I know you had actually published a cook book? That is so rad!
    And yes, very frustrating when a recipe is way off, good you listened to your gut, especially good your leftovers had you making pirozhki. I waaaaant!
    Anna @ shenANNAgans sharing the blog ♥ Meet Pink from East Street Canberra and Green Papaya Prawn SaladMy Profile

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    • It was a very good thing I had the leftovers 🙂

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  6. We ate a lot of these when we were in Poland and they were so good dipped in apple sauce. I am craving them now.
    Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy sharing the blog ♥ Comment on Roasted Red Pepper, Spinach and Goats Cheese Pasta by DanniiMy Profile

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    • That sounds like a great idea!

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  7. Love the sound of these, but then I like anything in pastry! And you are right about cooking and how you learn more, the more you do it! And that includes understanding a recipe!
    Abbe@This is How I Cook sharing the blog ♥ Grilled Quesadillas and #CookoutWeekMy Profile

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    • For sure Abbe 🙂

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  8. These are just begging to be eaten! Looks delicious Tandy.

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    • Thanks Jem 🙂

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  9. Oh yum! These Pirozhkis remind me of karipaps…. I am sure they taste super delicious. I have never tried a Pirozhki before and have put that on my list!

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    • I shall have to read up on karipaps 🙂

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  10. these look really good. I have to applaud you for not using/posting recipes that have not worked out. I’m not a great good, but even I can tell when recipes labelled as tried and tested are very obviously not.

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    • It is so frustrating when known brands do this!

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  11. Your Pirozhki sound yummy, Tandy… and I love the sound of the sour cream pastry.

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    • Thank you Liz 🙂

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  12. I have never had or heard about pirozhki before, but looking at the ingredients list I want to taste them. They look awesome!
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    • Thank you Anu 🙂

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  13. Mmm they look like beef pasties that I grew up with in Michigan. The pastry looks just perfect.
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    • Thank you Sarah 🙂

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  14. Lovely recipe, Tandy, this makes a perfect summer dish served with a bowl of green salad – thanks for sharing!

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    • My pleasure Barbara 🙂

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  15. These look delicious Tandy and the pastry dough sounds wonderful.
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    • Thank you Cheri 🙂

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  16. Gosh, I would love to see some photos of you putting these together. Because I am not a baker, I get intimidated by pastry but these look so good. This weekend we went to a small Peruvian restaurant here that specializes in empanadas. They fill them with so many wonderful sweet and savory things!
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    • Next time I make pastry I will take more photos for you Tammy 🙂

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  17. Well, I am super excited about todays’ recipe as my ethnic heritage is 50% Russian~ and I love how you test your recipes. You are completely correct….I have done recipes from some of the “big bloggers” that have bombed on me! And yes, what a waste of ingredients.

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    • Laura, I hope you try these and let me know if they are at all authentic 🙂

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  18. I get so frustrated at recipes that don’t work. And it’s amazing how many cookbooks or recipe cards that come out that have clear mistakes!
    Lorraine @Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ A Dessert for Summer and Winter: Pineapple Tarte Tatin!My Profile

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    • It is very frustrating!

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  19. Hi Tandy! Your piroshki turned out so lovely and golden. I’m glad you had success and that you filled them with something that inspired you. Thanks for participating in the challenge!

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    • Thank you Sara 🙂

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  20. 850mls of stock – that’s a lot! I can see why you didn’t need that much for a cottage pie.
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    • It was ridiculous!

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