Baked Piroshki Buns- Potato, Cabbage, & cheese 🥔🥬🧀. These baked piroshki are ultra soft. I made half of them with caramelized apples and half with braised cabbage and beef. Click here for the Braised cabbage with Beef recipe.
Homemade dough filled with a creamy potato filling, baked to perfection. A classic piroshki recipe is either baked or fried. There are many different fillings that you can use. You can have Baked Piroshki Buns- Potato, Cabbage, & cheese 🥔🥬🧀 using 12 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Baked Piroshki Buns- Potato, Cabbage, & cheese 🥔🥬🧀
- It’s of Dough (Check out my "Everything Dough" recipe!).
- You need 1/2 of Chopped Cabbage.
- You need 4 of medium sized Potato's chopped into cubes.
- You need 2 cups of Shredded cheddar cheese.
- You need 1 Tbs of Vegtable oil.
- Prepare 1 of beaten egg.
- Prepare 1 Tbs of water.
- It’s 4 cups of water.
- You need 1 Tsp of salt.
- It’s 1 Tsp of pepper.
- It’s 1 Tsp of onion powder.
- You need 1 clove of garlic chopped.
For these piroshki, a cheesy onion potato filling is used. How to make Cabbage filled Russian piroshki at home. This recipe has been handed down from my grandma. They taste delicious, and are a great comfort food.
Baked Piroshki Buns- Potato, Cabbage, & cheese 🥔🥬🧀 instructions
- In a medium pot bring 4 cups of water to boil. Once water is boiling add in the chopped potato's. Let potatoes boil tell tender. When Potato's are close to finish add in chopped cabbage and let blanch in the hot water (do not fully cook). Remove potato's and cabbage and drain. Take beaten egg and add 1 Tbs of water to create an egg wash for the buns, set aside for later..
- In a medium sized skillet add oil and let heat up at medium heat. Once pan is heated add in garlic. Add potato's and cabbage to the pan and then add seasonings: onion powder, salt, pepper. Let mixture sautee for 5-10 minutes on medium- low heat. (Keep an eye on this in order to not overcook cabbage) cabbage should be translucent in appearance. Remove from heat and let sit covered until it cools down..
- Take dough (try my Everything dough recipe!) And roll out into small 3-4' circles. Put the pressed circle in the palm of your hand and add some of the potato and cabbage filling, add a pinch of cheese, then pull the dough up and around the filling and pinch it tightly closed. Repeat..
- Place the bun seam side down on a greased baking sheet. Make sure to space the buns about 2 inch's apart. Brush each bun with the egg wash mixture and let the buns set aside for 30-40min to rise..
- Bake rolls at 375* for 20min, or until buns reach a golden brown color. Let cool then enjoy!.
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