"Homemade Ossetian Pirogi From Mama Lydia" are made from an old family recipe.
On Ossetian family holiday gatherings, pirogi have traditionally been made in very large quantities – in order not to “run out” during the main holiday meal - so to speak. The next day, “leftovers” were heated/fried on a skillet with butter. Some gourmet specialists of Ossetian pirogi prefer the slightly-fried delicious taste of skillet pirogi more than those prepared solely in an oven.
Skillet golden-brown with a slight taste of butter – these are "Homemade Ossetian Pirogi From Mama Lydia".
To successfully flip over a 40cm Ossetian pirog in order to prepare both sides equally requires a certain level of expertise and skill on behalf of the preparer/chef.
And now, in order to appreciate the taste of skillet-fried & fragrant Ossetian pirogi prepared according to an old family recipe, all you need to do is just order and enjoy!
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