How to Make Delicious Polish Pierogi

Pierogi are a favorite dish for adults and children. It is hard to find anyone who does not like pierogi. Pierogi

These Polish dumplings are nutritious and delicious. You can stick different fillings in them depending who likes what, and all the family can join in making them.

A thin, sticky dough and a large portion of filling, with a rich flavour, are the foundations of successful pierogi making.

The following principles make it easy to make pierogi.

For the dough you need flour, a pinch of salt, eggs, (but not necessarily), and most importantly make the dough by pouring in very hot water, which ensures the dough is soft and gentle.

Then the dough is rolled fairly thin and cut into round circles with a glass. For every circle place previously made fillings and make into pockets of dough.

Cooking pierogi is quick and easy. Place the pierogi in a pan of boiling salted water, heat for approximately 5 minutes, drain, and serve.

The most popular pierogi are:

- Russian pierogi with cheese, potatoes, and fried golden onion
- Pierogi with cabbage and mushrooms
- Pierogi with meat
- Cheese pierogi

You can also do sweet fillings with different fruits such as blueberries or raspberries.

When all the cooking and preparation is done you can eat and enjoy Polish pierogi and taste their unique flavour topped with butter or crispy fried bacon.

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