A small Russian turnover consisting of a pastry wrapping and various fillings such as meat, seafood, cheese and mushrooms. Piroshki, which can be baked or fried, are served as hors d'oeuvres or as accompaniments to soups or salads. Pirogi are larger versions of piroshki, and are served as the entree.

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