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This recipe for Sauerkraut Filling is the best that I have ever had. It is scrumptious!!! My favorite filling used to be potato and cheese until I tasted this. My Mom made them with potatoes and cheese, but she also made cherry pierogis. I reckon I might cheat and use gourmet sausage meat as the filling for my first attempt.

Does anyone freeze the dough? I was about 8 years old when she passed away and my mother was 42 when she passed and she was sick most of her life. I often longed of these memories and thought the recipes were lost forever as I moved to the West Coast from Chicago and the Polish Community. Thank you so much for these recipes and what is amazing I was just gifted a professional Kitchen Aid Mixer with dough paddles for Christmas.

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Thank you so much. Happy New Year and Many Blessings. Thank you so much! I thought the recipe was lost for ever…watched her as a little girl making them and later on forgot the recipe till you posted it….. Thank you.. He learned from Russian parents. My grandparents also came from Poland, she also made these for me when i was young, she also made them with a sweet cottage cheese.

Can any one help me for the recipe for that one? Grew up in Manitoba with Ukrainian parents who made perogies almost weekly as it was to feed us 11 kids and her recipe was simple no sour cream or egg or oil! I been making them with same filling and have added a Egg, and oil to recipe like above and sour creme if I have it! I make and sell a few hundred dozen every year at a market. I am now 70 and still carry on my Ukrainian traditions!! Thank you for this. My Great Grandparents came from the Ukraine and I remember my great grandmother making these when I was young. So glad to have to recipe to try now!

I never got the recipe from her.

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I will certainly try this recipe. Thank you so much for posting it. She did the potato and cheese as well as the sauerkraut for Christmas eve. Then she made what we called her dessert ones made with damson plums and sugar they were fantastic. Our polish tradition is the best it has been passed down to four generations of my family.

I am polish we had pierogi every Christmas Eve My Gram made them homemade. My mom and sister made them every Christmas foer for the whole family. I love peirogies. My family came from Germany. My mother never made these but, my s-i-l did. She was in a newspaper with her recipe. I never read much about it, but, now that I am reading all the info here, I remember how good they are.

I do cook mostly Pennsylvania Dutch dishes. This is my kind of food. I am going to make these peirogies. Thanks everyone for your posts. I red the comments and …. I will try those all differences. They shouldn't have told us that! Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages and Hubbers authors may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.

HubPages Inc, a part of Maven Inc. As a user in the EEA, your approval is needed on a few things. To provide a better website experience, delishably. Please choose which areas of our service you consent to our doing so. Linda Lum more. Does Everyone Have One? What's Their Story? But there are several more colorful stories. Why Are They So Popular? Let's start making pierogi. Mix for 8 minutes with a dough hook. Cover with plastic wrap and let rest 20 minutes. How to Shape Pierogi Divide dough into two equal pieces.

Cut into 3-inch circles. Place a tablespoon of chosen filling onto each round. Fold into a half-moon shape, enclosing the filling in dough. Pinch the edges to seal.

How to Cook Pierogi Bring a large stockpot of water to a boil, then lower the heat to maintain a gentle simmer. Carefully lower 8 of the pierogi into the boiling water. Cook until they come up to the surface of the water and float about 2 minutes. Gently remove and set on a rack to drain. Continue to cook in batches until all are cooked. Saute the pierogi in butter in a large shallow pan over medium heat until golden, about 2 minutes per side. Suggested Fillings. Saute the onion in the cooking oil over medium heat until softened, about 2 minutes.

Stir in the sauerkraut and sour cream and cook to meld flavors, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Chill thoroughly before using to fill pierogi. Bring to boil over medium-high heat; reduce heat to medium and cook at a vigorous simmer until potatoes are very tender, about 15 minutes. Drain potatoes in a colander. Fit the mixer with paddle and mix on medium speed until potatoes are smooth and all ingredients are fully combined, about 1 minute.

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Transfer filling to an 8-inch square baking dish and refrigerate until fully chilled, about 30 minutes, or cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for up to 24 hours. But That's Not All Don't you feel empowered?

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Crack Chicken Pierogi Casserole PlainChicken creates an easy weeknight meal using two 1-pound packages of frozen pierogi that's 24 pieces. Hyacinth There are numerous accepted spellings. Most use 'pierogi', but perogi, perogy, pirohi, piroghi, pirogi, pirogen, pierogy, pirohy, and pyrohy also appear in print.

It weighed pounds! Ten students from a catering school in Wroclaw, Poland were entered into the Guinness World Records Book for making 1, pierogi 90 pounds in minutes. The town of Glendon in Alberta, Canada unveiled its roadside tribute to pierogi in a huge statue of one pierog on a fork. The fiberglass and steel statue is 25 feet high and weighs 3 tons. Questions must be on-topic, written with proper grammar usage, and understandable to a wide audience. Have to admit, I enjoy a good Saurkraut, maybe that my Saxon ancestry coming through.

Linda I once heard on a radio program that meat pies and the like were the medieval way of preserving meat at other 'perishables' and the crusts would often be inches thick. Maybe the Polish Pierogi has the same origins? Very interesting. God bless your day. Thanks Linda. I had our staple rice egg and sausage and salad and a yogurt desert But we really messed up on our try on dumplings. Your articles are definitely expanding my knowledge of cooking. Peggy this was a fun topic to research. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Have a great week! They are taking my girl away.

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To cook pierogi, boil lightly salted water, and then throw pierogies one by one. After few minutes this Polish food will float to the surface and soon will be ready to be drained off. Well, that is nearly all and after some decoration a delicious food is ready to eat! Usually pierogi are served with some additions and, as I think, this is somehow important. Of course, the type of addition of course depends on the kind of pierogi filling. You can use pork scratching, roux, bacon or fried onion to decorate pierogi with meat, mushrooms or sauerkraut. Sweet pierogi are usually dished up with fruit sauces, sweet cream, maple syrup, yogurt etc.

Just pour what you like over pierogi. However, in Poland pierogi are most often served after additional browning on a frying pan or more rarely baking in the oven as I have noticed butter is the best for frying pierogi, but oil will also work. Personally, I prefer to eat fried pierogi rather than the ones that have been boiled only. So I do it whenever I can.

You should not fry pierogi with fruit because these are very juicy and are likely to crumble on a frying pan. What is even more important, I have noticed this many times, some frozen pierogi bought in a grocery store or Polish deli cannot be fried at all. They break down, melt and become unappealing. Oh well, ready-made foods always have some disadvantages. A stage of boiling and frying pierogi requires no special wisdom of course, neither is laborious. The whole thing about frying pierogi makes sense since boiled pierogi are great and boiled plus fried pierogi are simply delicious.

In general well-made pierogi can be characterized by tasty dough and filling, proper stir frying if you like and nice, appropriate appetizers. These all are obvious things. Pierogi dough deserves quite a lot of attention, since it is a bit tricky. Good pierogi dough should always have a delicate taste.

It should not be too thick, so that the dough taste should not dominate the taste of the filling. And the amount of filling should be enough. If pierogi have about 6 cm of diameter, the width of sealed edge should be 1 cm or less. Also overcooking pierogi is very, very bad and must be avoided.

I hope that this article was helpful during your first steps in the culinary universe of Polish pierogi : Please, have a look at some of Polish pierogi recipes, that TastingPoland has published while making every effort to do it precisely. Enjoy the taste! It is much easier to glue pierogi before cooking, if you moisten half of the edge of a dough circle with some water. Also remember that air should squeezed out of the pierogi. Otherwise, they will tear during cooking. Keep an eye on it. Some people add a yolk to the pierogi dough.

This way, the pierogi dough is a little bit tough and 'cartilaginous'. Usually original Polish pierogi dough is made without eggs I do it this way also.

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That makes pierogi more delicate and soft. The dough will be more delicate and its taste will be a great fit to all sweet fillings: fruit and sweet curd cheese. It is also possible to use slightly sweetened milk about half a teaspoon of sugar per 1 glass of milk. We should cook pierogi in water with some oil, so that they don't get glued together. The second very important thing is to throw pierogi onto boiling water. It means that you should not throw a sackful of pierogi particularly frozen ones!

If you have a lot of pierogi to cook use a larger pot and a lot of water.

Otherwise cook pierogi in few smaller batches. The fact that pierogi are not a dish which should be prepared hastily can be a real problem for some. Admittedly, making pierogi step by step is a bit time-consuming. Personally, I usually make a lot of pierogi at once, and freeze a considerable amount for later see tip 6. On the other hand, there are a lot of pierogi makers in stores with household appliances.