Pierogi are considered a national dish in Poland. Pierogi are popular in many Central and Eastern European countries under different names like varenyky,pirohy, and are well known in modern-day American cuisine.
Pierogi also known as dumplings are filled dumplings made by wrapping unleavened dough around a savory or sweet filling and cooking in boiling water.
Polish Cusine on Wheels offers four types types of pierogi in Seattle.
Meat pierogi – filled with minced meat, garnished with sautéed onions and bacon bits.
Potato & cheese pierogi, served with sour cream garnished with sautéed onions.It would fit into an ovo-lacto vegetarian diet. Vegetarian dish.
Sauerkraut and mushrooms pierogi with sauerkraut and mushroom filling garnished with sautéed onions.Vegetarian dish.
Maultaschen – German regional specialty from Swabia. These pierogi are filled with smoked minced meat and spinach. We garnish them with bacon bits and sautéed onions.