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Old 09-13-2012, 04:27 AM   #21
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Our pierogi dough is super simple:

2 eggs (easier kneading if they are room temp)
4 cups flour
1/2 cup water (luke warm is important)

Generally, meat or fruit pierogi are boiled till they float. Fruit serves well with a bit of sour cream sweetened with sugar. Potato and Sauerkraut fillings get pan fried and served with your choice (this is a regional preference) of butter, diced bacon or onions.

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Old 09-13-2012, 04:35 AM   #22
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The secret is adding the sour cream to the dough. We learned that a few years back.


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Old 09-13-2012, 06:08 AM   #23
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Isn't this a recipe for kluski slaskie and not Pierogi?
My wife has family from the ukraine and this is what they use
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I love the mushroom filled perogies. There's a lady who makes & sells them at the farmers' market in Missoula, but I think she steams them instead of actually boiling; they are incredibly tasty! She also makes blueberry filled & serves them up with a bit of yogurt. Now I'm hungry for perogie.
Oh BTW, there's all kinds of perogie dough & filling recipes online for those who want them.
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Old 09-13-2012, 12:52 PM   #25
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Just made another ten dozen bacon and cheddar filled. My daughter boils them than puts tomato sauce and shredded cheese on these ones. I like bacon, sour cream and hot sauce
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What's great about the pot cheese variety is the filling is so easy to make. After squeezing out the whey you can reboil it (the whey) and make homemade riccotta. By far the best return on investment for a gallon of whole milk.
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Takes me back. I love 'em. We had a fair every year & I would eat about 100 of them. I'm 100% German & from Pennsylvania. Small town of 200.

I remember the trees! I haven't been back in 20 years.

I once got in a knock down, drag out, fistfight about perogies! They are THAT important.
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I once got in a knock down, drag out, fistfight about perogies! They are THAT important.
wanna get two slavic boys to throw punches? get them talking about who's baba makes the best perogies. forget about insulting their moms' honors.

fisticuffs in five, four, three...
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There's a good episode of Three Sheets where they visit Poland and crash a wedding. They soon realize the danger when baskets filled with bottles of vodka arrive and the feats of strength contests start. No good can come after a couple of bottles and axes start to get thrown around. Aaah childhood memories.


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