On 4/26/2011 12:32 PM, Landon wrote:
> Years ago, I had a motorcycle parts stall at the San Jose Flea Market
> in California.
> There was a very elderly women who spoke in what I think was Russian,
> who sold meat and cabbage stuffed rolls that she carried around the
> market in a woven basket, covered with a checkered towel.
> The rolls were like large dinner rolls and had a filled cavity of
> cabbage and meat about 2 inches in diameter. They were awesomely
> delicious and at 25 cents each, I always got four of them to munch on
> while selling my motorcycle parts.
> I have no idea what this stuffed roll was called, but if someone has a
> recipe for this type of thing, I'd love to have it.
Sounds like you are looking how to make pirozhki.
I buy them when I go to Brighton Beach in Brooklyn which is the next
thing to being in Russia.
I have never made them but this sounds like a good start: