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Traditional Potato Piroshki Recipe | Easy and Delicious
Today at Tak recipe, we want to share the recipe for making a delicious pirozhki with potatoes. Potato piroshki is a tasty pirozhki that is very easy to make. The potato here is used to prepare the dough of this pirozhki, and the filling is up to you. This pirozhki is suitable for your parties and picnics and can be an excellent choice for afternoon snacks. Potato pirozhki originated in Russia and is very popular in this country. Stay with us to learn how to prepare this delicious type of pirozhki at home.
|Ingredients for four people|
|All-purpose flour||1 cup|
|Black pepper||To taste|
Potato Piroshki Recipe
Scrub the potatoes and remove any eyes. Fill a pot with water and add the potatoes. Put the pot on high heat and let the potatoes boil to fork tender.
Then score the potatoes’ peels and slip them off easily after rinsing them with cold water. Next, mash them with a fork, a masher, or even a potato ricer to get a more uniform texture.
Wash the parsley to clean them from dust, and chop them finely with a sharp knife. Add the chopped parsley to the potatoes.
Now add the butter, salt, and black pepper to the potatoes and mix them well so that the butter and spices are combined with the potatoes.
Now sift the flour one or two times and gradually add it to the potatoes. Knead them by folding the potatoes into the flour until a soft and smooth dough is obtained. The amount of flour is approximate, and you should add it until it turns into a smooth dough that does not stick to the hands.
Cover the potato with plastic film and let it rest at room temperature for 30 minutes to make the dough less sticky.
After this time, put the dough between two plastic films dusted with flour and roll it uniformly with a rolling pin to get a thin sheet.
Cut the dough using a cookie cutter into round shapes and pile your favorite filling, like sautéed sausage, minced meat, chopped chicken, boiled vegetables, pizza cheese, etc. Then close the dough and seal it by pinching its edge. You can also sprinkle some sesame and black seed on them.
Pour enough frying oil into a deep pan to submerge the pirozhkis and bring the oil to 180 Celsius or 350 Fahrenheit. Then put the pirozhkis and deep fry them until golden brown. Then put them on a paper towel to dab off the excess oil.
You can also bake them in an oven. Preheat the oven to 180 Celsius or 350 Fahrenheit degree. Then bake your potato pirozhkis in the oven for 25 minutes and grill them for a couple of minutes until they are golden. Make some potato pirozhki like this and enjoy.