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18 Tasty Patties From The Soviet 70’s

Tasty Patties From The Soviet 70’s

Posted on December 1, 2010 by team


Here is a simple but very tasty recipe of home-made patties with meat and liver. In the 70’s in the USSR such patties could be bought just in the streets.

For the stuffing we need: liver, several pieces of fatty meat, chicken bellies, onion, dill and salt.

Meat and liver should be boiled, and chicken bellies- smothered with carrot and onion.

For the pastry we need: 1,5 kilos of flour, one tablespoonful of salt, one pack of yeast, 1 liter of water, 1,5 tablespoonfuls of sugar.

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18 Responses to “Tasty Patties From The Soviet 70’s”

  1. Hellahulla says:

    These look a little bland but otherwise tasty, think I may try them next week.

  2. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Hey, put ketchup or soy sauce on them and they should be good.

  3. Yubin Yankinov says:

    Yeah, this looks disgusting.

  4. TR says:

    It looks fantastic, what is the Russian name of it?

  5. George Johnson says:

    Liver… nasty!

  6. PIF says:

    They look tasty, keep this kind of cooking recipes coming.
    On a separate note, some of the galleries on this site I find fascinating, and I mean that a in a good way.

  7. FührerBunker.AT says:

    F. Bunker here.

    I guess they dont taste bad but they look like something sweet so if you bite in it it could be disgusting

    one more sample of bad english btw..

  8. perristalsis says:

    Sorry, I don’t do organ meats like liver and brains, etc. That’s where the concentration of toxins are at their highest.

  9. forehead says:

    hmm lecker :) gleich mal nachkochn ^^

  10. ZeroDrop says:

    Yumyyyyyyyyyyy!
    Ah, and… First?

  11. moo says:

    Made some just a few days back. Now i want to make more!

  12. satan hussein obama says:

    se ve chido, quiero comerlo

  13. Man says:

    In Russian Pirojok or Belyash

  14. FührerBunker.AT says:

    A. Bunka here.

    Russians are so poor they can’t afford to eat anything but liver and chicken bellies. I pity them.

  15. Yulia says:

    I think I would make these, but with ground beef instead.

  16. Lance says:

    As a Russian myself I was surprised to see liver and bellies as stuffing. I find this weird although I assume that in some regions they used to stuff with something like this. My grandma never used anything but meat in these, though.
    By the way, the Russian name for these patties is pirozhok (singular) or pirozhki (plural). Belyash is a Central Asian dish, not Russian.

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