Pampushki — Street food in Eastern Europe

Pampushki is fun to say and eat. It is another gem of a snack, I found in a cookbook. It is a delicious form of a potato cutlet, except it is round in shape and has a filling in the center. The first time I made it with cottage cheese at the center, it was delicious and everyone loved it but it was messy and oily as the filling decided to make an appearance at the surface. So, this time again, while making it for geography club, I put in slices of firmer cheese – in fact homemade paneer. The process turned out to be smooth, mess free and everybody seemed to like it just the same especially with the dipping sauce made by beating sour cream and hungarian paprika on the side.

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