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Old 09-04-2016, 10:04 PM   #1
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Pierogi Dough Recipe

About that time of the year to harvest my potatoes.
Curious if anyone makes pierogi, and has a recipe to share.
I made some last year that were good, not great.
Lost the recipe so Im looking for something new this year.

Larry

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Old 09-04-2016, 10:15 PM   #2
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I have recipe at home. But I'm not going to be there till Tuesday


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Old 09-05-2016, 02:43 PM   #3
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karjalanpiirakat? I could as a Finnish friend to translate that. I do make pierogies on a regular basis, favorites here are Tomato/meat sauce filed and Indian. Do you want me to translate the recipe?
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Old 09-05-2016, 04:38 PM   #4
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I've made pierogis one time, so that makes me an expert, right larry? The online recipe I found worked up pretty good for it being the first time I tried making them. It was very tender and worked great with the filling (potato and grated cheddar cheese), but I rolled the dough too thin on a couple, and a few others I stuffed a little too much and stretched the dough too far. Those were both operator error, so they shouldn't reflect on the recipe.

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I also saw an episode of "The Chew" that had Michael Symon make pierogis. It is a richer dough, using butter and sour cream, but it sure looked good. On TV, that is. I'm considering trying his recipe sometime this winter when I get the urge to play in the kitchen all day.

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Old 09-05-2016, 04:43 PM   #5
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karjalanpiirakat?...
Not familiar with that food, I asked Google to explain. What I came up with looked like something that is baked. If larry is referring to the Slavic style of pierogi, it is more like a ravioli...only better. <THAT is the Polish in me. Someone of Italian heritage would disagree, of course.
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Old 09-05-2016, 07:08 PM   #6
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I've made pierogis one time, so that makes me an expert, right larry?
That must make us both experts

And yes, Im referring to the Potato Pierogi's.
I made them a few times, wasn't crazy about the dough, lost the recipe, so I figured Id start with something new.
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I haven't made this (yet), but Michael Symon's recipe is pretty popular at his restaurants.

He also has a recipe with a filling of sautéed mushrooms. That would be really good with a sauce of caramelized onions splashed with dry sherry or brandy.

http://www.thenewpotato.com/2012/06/03/pierogi-recipe/
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About that time of the year to harvest my potatoes.
Curious if anyone makes pierogi, and has a recipe to share.
I made some last year that were good, not great.
Lost the recipe so Im looking for something new this year.

Larry
Mine is simple. One 750 ml yogurt container of flour to one 500 ml yogurt container of sour cream, pulse in the food processor. Roll out about 1/8 " thick.
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I haven't made this (yet), but Michael Symon's recipe is pretty popular at his restaurants.

He also has a recipe with a filling of sautéed mushrooms. That would be really good with a sauce of caramelized onions splashed with dry sherry or brandy.

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We talked about making pierogis once and never did. This recipe might just nudge us into making them though. It looks really good. Never saw beef cheeks anywhere before though (never looked for them either) but nice meaty short ribs would probably make a good sub, yes? If we can't find the beef cheeks.
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I haven't made this (yet), but Michael Symon's recipe is pretty popular at his restaurants.

He also has a recipe with a filling of sautéed mushrooms. That would be really good with a sauce of caramelized onions splashed with dry sherry or brandy.

Best Pierogies Recipe
We talked about making pierogis once and never did. This recipe might just nudge us into making them though. It looks really good. Never saw beef cheeks anywhere before though (never looked for them either) but nice meaty short ribs would probably make a good sub, yes? If we can't find the beef cheeks.
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