A fried, or sometimes baked, turnover made from a round or square sheet of dough containing a filling, usually of meat or potatoes.
(Yiddish) baked or fried turnover filled with potato or meat or cheese; often eaten as a snack
a ball of lightly spiced mashed potatoes that have been baked inside a crust
an eastern-European Jewish or Yiddish snack food
a strange potato thing that cart guys sell in NYC
Stuffed potato and flour dumpling.
now this is a delicacy that you should try. It's a pastry dough filled with potato, or meat, or kasha, or whatever. p. 167
A baked dough dumping, filled with chopped, seasoned meat, potatoes or kasha.
A Jewish pastry made from a piece of dough closed around a mashed potato, cheese and or meat filling.
A Jewish potato pancake that is deep-fried or baked. Sometimes meat (primarily beef) or other ingredients are encased in its outer dough.
(KNISH) Yiddish. A potato and flour dumpling stuffed with potato and onion, chopped liver or cheese.
A knish is an Eastern European snack food popular in Jewish communities. A knish consists of a filling covered with dough that is either baked or fried. Knishes can be purchased from street vendors in urban areas with a large Jewish population, sometimes on a hot dog stand.