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A Guide on How to Make the Perfect Pierogies I think that we can all agree on the fact that nothing beats home cooked meals. Doesn’t matter if it’s a regular supper with your family or you are expecting guests to come over, you can always be sure that everyone will love 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. “Varenyky” is the other term used for pierogies. 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. These fillings can either be meat, vegetables, and even cheese. Two of the most common ways of making these homemade delicacies is by boiling or frying. No matter what method you use or what fillings you put in it, one thing is certain, it will be very delicious. Here are the list of ingredients you need:
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-Prepare four cups of all-purpose flour.
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-Salt (two teaspoons) -Pepper (two teaspoons) -2 teaspoons of melted butter -2 cups of sour cream -Eggs (three pieces) -2 teaspoons of vegetable oil -8 potatoes -Prepare one cup of shredded cheese. -3 tablespoons of cheese sauce -Onion (1 piece) The first step is to get a large bowl where you can mix your flour and salt. The next step is to prepare another bowl where you can mix and whisk your melted butter, eggs, vegetable oil, and sour cream. Take your time to stir the mixture well until all ingredients are blended together. After this, just get a clean towel to cover the bowl and wait for your dough to rise. The next step is to cook your potatoes. To cook your potatoes, get a huge pot and boil it for approximately 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). Finally, season the mixture with salt and pepper. Once your dough has risen, divide it into two balls. 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. Put the filling on the center and see to it that you brush the edges of the circles with water before you fold the circles into half. See to it that you press the dough well- this ensures you that the edges are sealed. Finally, place the dish inside a freezer overnight and either boil or deep fry it.