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These are a Russian dish.
They are easy to make & can be made ahead of time to be fried later.
In a bowl combine the flour, salt, sugar, vodka & olive oil.
Add the water a little at a time to form a dough.
For the filling...
Combine all the ingredients together.
Cook all the filling ingredients in a pan.
Leave aside to cool.
Roll the dough out to 2.5-3 mm thick.
Cut out circles about the size of a tea plate.
Place some filling on one side of the dough.
Brush with egg & fold the dough over to create a crescent.
Make sure there is no air trapped inside with the filling.
Place the Chebureki in the oil & fry on one side until golden brown.
Turn over & do the same for the other side.
Approximately 5-8 mins.
Drain on kitchen paper.
Serve while still hot.
Cook along with #CookingSuperstar Catherine from Lila Ruth Grain Free