You can assemble these in the morning or the night before. If your children like to help in the kitchen, let them flatten out the dough with a rolling pin and help roll up their own little veggie pups. They are perfect with ketchup or mustard on the side for dipping.
VARIATION: Piroshki are small Russian hand pies, usually filled with potato and onion, cooked kasha (buckwheat), or ground meat. We like to used leftover mashed potatoes seasoned with plenty of black pepper to make a simple piroshki filling:
From the book Vegan Lunch Box by Jennifer McCann. Reprinted by arrangement with Da Capo Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group. Copyright © 2008.
This right here was a stroke of genius on a lazy afternoon when my husband urged me to whip up a quick...