Pelmeni



[pel-muh-nee; Russian pyil-mye-nyi] /ˈpɛl mə ni; Russian pyɪlˈmyɛ nyɪ/

plural noun, Russian Cookery.
1.
a Siberian dish of small pockets of dough filled with seasoned, minced beef, lamb, or pork and served boiled, fried, or in a soup.

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