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How to Make Homemade Pierogies I think that we can all agree on the fact that nothing beats home cooked meals. Whether you are planning to eat with your family or you are expecting guests to visit your home, everybody will enjoy your family’s home cooked delicacies. Serving and eating good food will not only remind us of the good old days, it will even strengthen the bond of our family members. In this article, we will be discussing how to cook one of the most popular homemade treats- classic pierogies. Other people call pierogies “varenyky”. These treats originated from Central and Eastern Europe but they are very popular worldwide. For those who are unfamiliar with this dish, pierogies are fillings wrapped in dough. 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. Here are the list of ingredients you need:
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– All-purpose flour (4 cups)
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-2 teaspoons of salt -Pepper (two teaspoons) -Melted butter (two teaspoons) -Sour cream (two cups) -Prepare three pieces of eggs. -2 teaspoons of vegetable oil -Potatoes (eight pieces) Shredded cheese (1 cup) -3 tablespoons of cheese sauce -Onion (1 piece) Start off by mixing your flour and salt on a large bowl. The next step is to prepare another bowl where you can mix and whisk your melted butter, eggs, vegetable oil, and sour cream. In order for all the ingredients to blend together, you have to stir very well. 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. Place them inside a pot and boil for 15 minutes. Once your potatoes are well cooked, mash them and mix in your shredded cheese and cheese sauce (it’s better if the sauce is hot). Don’t forget to add flavor to your filling by seasoning it with salt and pepper. After your dough has risen, you must now divide it into two parts. Roll it out on a floured surface until it is thin. 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.