A Guide on How to Make the Perfect Pierogies I bet that you will agree with the statement “home cooked meals are the best kinds of dishes”. Regardless if you are having a regular lunch with your family or there is a special occasion, you will be confident that everybody will love and appreciate your family’s delicacies. Aside from the fact that good food reminds us of the good old days, it can even strengthen the bond of our family. In this article, we will be focusing on how to make classic pierogies. Other people call pierogies “varenyky”. Yes. It is true that this dish originated from Central and Eastern Europe, however, it is very popular all over the globe. Pierogies are dough that contains different kinds of fillings. Meat, vegetables, and cheese are just some examples of pierogie fillings. Boiling and frying are your two options when cooking pierogies. Regardless of what fillings you choose or what cooking method you use, you can always be sure that it will be very tasty. What are the ingredients you need to make classic pierogies?
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– All-purpose flour (4 cups)
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-2 teaspoons of salt -2 teaspoons of pepper -Prepare two teaspoons of melted butter. -Sour cream (two cups) -3 eggs -2 teaspoons of vegetable oil -Potatoes (eight pieces) -Prepare one cup of shredded cheese. -3 tablespoons of cheese sauce -Onion (1 piece) Start off by mixing your flour and salt on a large bowl. Once you are finished, get a separate bowl to whisk the melted butter, eggs, vegetable oil, and sour cream. Make sure you stir very well in order for all the ingredients to blend together. After this, just get a clean towel to cover the bowl and wait for your dough to rise. While waiting for your dough to rise, it is now time to cook your potatoes. Get a huge pot where you can boil your potatoes for approximately 15 minutes. After your potatoes are cooked, you have to mash them and mix in your shredded cheese as well as cheese sauce (it is best if the sauce is still hot). Don’t forget to season it with salt and pepper. After your dough has risen, it will be much easier for you to roll it when you divide it into two parts. Prepare a flat surface and spread flour on it in order for your to easily roll your dough. Once you achieve a flat dough, start cutting it into circles by using either a cookie cutter or a perogie cutter. Now that you have cut circles of dough, you may now put the filling on the center of each. Press the dough well to seal the edges. Finally, place the dish inside a freezer overnight and either boil or deep fry it.

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