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These pierogis are just what you need to create the best dinner for your family. Start with combining in the bowl the flour, salt, veggie oil, and egg. Use the dough hook on low to mix until combined. Bring the speed up to medium-high and mix for 5-6 minutes, until the dough is smooth and springy. Transfer to an oiled bowl and let rest for 30 minutes.
Hello Natasha. Sorry for leaving so many comments but I just noticed you have another vareniki recipe! What is the difference between the two recipes? Is this recipe exclusively used for savory vareniki and your blueberry one only for fruit??? Please let me know. Thanks!
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My name is Ashley Fehr and I love creating easy meals my family loves. I also like to do things my way, which means improvising and breaking the rules when necessary. Here you will find creative twists on old favorites and some of my favorite family recipes, passed down from generations!
My friend told me about a similar pierogi bake she did and I wanted to try it so I turned to google since I always like to follow some type of recipe.I just used the remainder of my bag of pierogis from my freezer (not sure how much but there were just enough to cover the bottom of my 9×9 pan) and kept the rest of the recipe the same. Turned out yummy but I think next time I would do less cream cheese (or more pierogis), it was a bit too creamy for me but good none the less!My grandmother is Ukrainian so pierogies are a stable in my home but I think this is too far off from traditional for her ?
Today I'll show you the best way to serve this classic comfort food as a main dish or just one part of a delicious meal. Here you'll also find over a dozen classic recipes that make the perfect side dishes to make with pierogies.
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This lazy golumpki recipe is an easy way to make classic Polish stuffed cabbage rolls or gołąbki. These are some of the most popular recipes on our site and true to their Polish names, either goes beautifully with pierogies.
The amazing thing about my ancestors both Italian and Ukrainian was their ability to adapt to the ingredients available to them. If adaptability is what you mean by the Americanization of recipes then I suppose you are correct. It should be noted though that Anna is Canadian.
I have always wanted to make Perogies but have always been intimidate do it. My family loves them and cabbage rolls, so I have been searching the web for simple recipes for both, and your website with your family tradition is what caught my eye. I love that you do it all together as a family, so I am going to try your recipe and get my children to help me, and who knows, maybe we will start a tradition of our own? I hope so, anyway, I just wanted to say Thank You for sharing your wonderful tradition and recipe with us.
Love your blog and newsletters since I am a homesteader at heart yet live in the suburbs. I always make everything from scratch due to food allergies. Do you know if these can be made with a gluten free flour blend? Nothing beats old fashioned flour and bread recipes but it makes my family sick. So sad. Anyway, I browse your site and think of ways to make your recipes work for us with our substitutions and just wondered if you had any experience with subing ingredients in your recipes. Again, love your posts. Looking forward to more. And thank you for sharing.
If I wanted to make these around lunchtime & serve at dinner, would I just refrigerate the un-boiled pierogi until dinner time?Love love love your recipes. Your Quick & Easy cookbook is my absolute favorite go-to now!Thanks for all your hardwork for us!
I've been following you for awhile now and I'm thoroughly enjoying the great vegan recipes you've been sharing. I use to love peirogies &