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Pelmeni is a popular small Russian dumpling made with extremely thin dough. This variety, made by Tatyana of "Everyday with Tatyana" is filled with beef and pork. These make perfect appetizers.
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from USRussian dumplingsThis is a traditional Russian dish that is made in many Kazakstani homes.1 1/2 cups allpurpose flour2 eggs1/2 cup water1/2 teaspoon salt1/2 pound ground beef1/2 pound ground pork2 medium onions, finely chopped1 ...
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from Tipperary, IrelandWhen one says "pelmeni" he thinks of the traditional Siberian pelmeni with a meat filling and frozen before fhey are cooked. Frozen pelmeni are also traditional in the northern regions of Russia. Freezing gives them a ...
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Mix together egg, pork, beef, onion, pepper and salt well. Mix flour, water and salt into a thick dough. Prepare meat filling. Prepare the dough. Roll the dough thin. Cut out circles of the dough with the help of a glass or a cup. Put a piece of ...
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from USRussian dumplingsThis is a traditional Russian dish that is made in many Kazakstani homes.1 1/2 cups allpurpose flour2 eggs1/2 cup water1/2 teaspoon salt1/2 pound ground beef1/2 pound ground pork2 medium onions, finely chopped1 ...
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from Tipperary, IrelandWhen one says "pelmeni" he thinks of the traditional Siberian pelmeni with a meat filling and frozen before fhey are cooked. Frozen pelmeni are also traditional in the northern regions of Russia. Freezing gives them a ...
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1Steve
Russian meat pastries can be boiled or fried.
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Sunset APRIL 2003
Notes: Pelmeni, available frozen at Russian markets, are meat dumplings, usually served boiled in a brothy soup. Frying them in butter turns them into perfect cocktail nibbles.
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Ari Nieminen
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zoetheunicorn
Jeremy went on a trip to Rissia a few years back and remembers having these... So yeah, he wanted me to make some so i did. The pelmeni by them selves are pretty balnd, i wasnt too sure if it was going to make a very nice dinner, but with the sour cream and tomato sauce we made up it makes for a delicious, simple and satisfying meal. And hey, how good's my picture yeah?
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wizkid
This is Russian comfort food. I ate it quite a lot when I was studying in Moscow in the early 1980s. I ate them when I went to friends' flats for dinner, or in one of the numerous Pelmeni Bars. Traditionally they are frozen before you eat them as this changes the consistency. Serve them with either melted butter or sour cream.
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Witch Doctor
I discovered these dumplings during a short stay in Siberia. These savory little nuggets are what frozen food is all about! Needless to say, in the winter months, refrigeration is not needed. Huge bags are filled with foods and simply stored outside during the interminable winter months. The pelmeni are simply taken out of the bag, popped into a beef or chicken broth or they can be fried in butter. I prefer the boiling method as stated in this recipe. Pelmeni is usually eaten with the inevitable sour cream and maybe with a sprinkle of dill.
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