Colțunași (plural; sing: colțunaș)is a Romanian and Moldovan variant of dumplings. In some regions from Moldova it's called chiroște (plural).Colțunași is often a dessert filled with jam (usually cherry) or with cheese (telemea or urdă) and the dough is made with wheat flour boiled in water as ravioli. Sometimes Colțunași is stuffed with meat.
In Transylvania, the name "piroști" is used in Romanian families of German or Slavic origin and the filling can also be a whole, fresh, seedless plum. The term "colțunaș" is used by native Romanian families and are usually filled with cream Romanian smântână, traditionally called "colțunași cu smântână".