Pirozhki refers to Russian traditional food which is described as small buns that contains varieties of fillings which are baked or fried. Pirozhki is probably the Russian counterpart of pie. They come both in sweet and savoury, with fillings varying from stewed apples and fresh fruit to cottage cheese, vegetables, boiled eggs, fish and meat. Pirozhki get their common golden appearance from an egg glaze before they are cooked. Greeks and Latvians also have their own version of Pirozhki.

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