pierogi

or pi·ro·gi

[pi-roh-gee]
noun, plural pie·ro·gi, pie·ro·gies. Eastern European Cookery.
  1. a small dough envelope filled with mashed potato, meat, cheese, or vegetables, crimped to seal the edge and then boiled or fried, typically served with sour cream or onions.
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Word Origin and History for pirogi
n.

1854, from Yiddish, from Russian, plural of pirog "pie," perhaps borrowed from the Turkic language of the Kazan Tatars (cf. Turkish borek).

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