Yummy healthy cabbage roll

Cabbage rolls originated in the cold climates of Russia and Eastern Europe. Even now they are considered to be an integral part of middle-eastern menus. Perfect for chilly nights, when one feels like something yummy, meaty yet substantial cabbage rolls are easy to make and require minimum effort. So if one has left over cabbage [...]

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Using a Pasta maker for making Pierogis

Boiled or fried dumplings usually made from unleavened dough are called Pierogis. Generally loaded with several different elements they are semi circular in shape and are a mouth watering and delicious culinary treat. Historically it is an Italian food but is widely getting popular in parts of Asia as well. The south-east Asian countries mainly [...]

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All about Potato Pierogi

Potato Pierogi originated as a polish dish. Traditionally this dish was served as a vegetarian meatless dish during the time of Lent. Pierogis are traditional polish dumplings that are usually enjoyed during good occasions like a Christmas Eve, but it can be served as a side dish all year round. The stuffing can be made [...]

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Pierogi maker- making pierogis easier

For a pierogi lover who loves making pierogis frequently, it might be a difficult task to make a perfect pierogi time and again by hand without any external aid. No matter whether one is making it Chinese, Russian or the traditional polish kind, a special pierogi maker speeds up the process and ensures that you [...]

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Delicious cheese pierogi

Cheese pierogis are a traditional favorite at Christmas dinners. It originated as a polish dish served at the meal on the night before Christmas which is generally a vegetarian meal. Pierogis are a staple at traditional Christmas meals as well as snacks all the year around. The dish may vary according to the filling used, [...]

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Using Pierogi Makers

There are a wide variety of makers for creating pierogis. Now they are not necessary as lots of people will just make their pierogis by hand. You can roll out the dough to about 1/8 inch thick and use a large glass to cut out circles. Add your filling and flip the circle and seal [...]

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Potato And Cheese Pierogi Filling

You can make a huge number of fillings for your pierogis. Here in the coal region the main filling traditionally is potato and cheese. Here the cheese is usually Farmers Cheese which is an unripened plain style cheese. Now other recipes will call for cottage cheese drained, cheddar or any other number of cheeses. One [...]

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Pierogi Dough Recipe

Before you create your dough I always get my filling ready. Working pierogi dough and then having to wait can cause you trouble. Getting the consistency right is the key. The recipe for the dough is quite simple and easy to put together. You will need… 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 large beaten eggs 1/2 [...]

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What are pierogis?

One of the treats I look forward to here in the Coal Region of Pennsylvania is the summer festivals. Because of the Slavic roots here most of the bazaars and fund raisers around here have home made pierogis along with some other local items such as bleenies and halushki. Now in the next town over [...]

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