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Ways To Eat Pierogi

steam fried pierogi

  1. Boiled Pierogi topped with caramelized onion
  2. Boiled Pierogi topped with caramelized onion in butter & paprika sour cream
  3. Boiled & pan-fried Pierogi topped with onion, sage, and jalapeno
  4. Boiled Pierogi topped with caramelized onion and Polish sausage
  5. Boiled Pierogi topped with caramelized onions, finely chopped bacon, and garlic
  6. Pierogi dipped in honey mustard or Dijon mustard
  7. Pierogi dipped in Greek yogurt
  8. Pierogi & Salmon Skillet with onions, capers, lemon, dill, and garlic
  9. Pierogi dipped in ranch dressing
  10. Boiled and flash fried in hot avocado oil
  11. Sauerkraut Pierogi covered with apple sauce
  12. Pierogi smothered with melted butter
  13. Pierogi smothered with butter and chives
  14. Whole Wheat Pierogi dipped in sour cream & hot sauce
  15. Pierogi dipped in sour cream & chopped green onions
  16. Veggie Pierogi Frittata with asparagus and garlic
  17. Sauté pierogi in butter, top with chili, cheese, sour cream & habanero sauce
  18. Sauté pierogi in butter, top with steamed broccoli & melted cheese
  19. Sauté pierogi in sesame oil with kale, fresh garlic, red bell pepper, and sesame seeds
  20. Roasted Eggplant & Tomatoes Pierogi
  21. Sauté pierogi in olive oil with onion, kale, fresh garlic, lemon, and oregano
  22. Pierogi topped with whole milk yogurt, garlic, sugar, & herb sauce
  23. Pierogi with fresh roasted tomatoes and garlic
  24. Pierogi topped with sour cream & fresh salsa: chopped onion, garlic, tomatoes, cilantro, lime
  25. Pierogi tossed with garlicky string beans, onion, bell peppers, & bacon
  26. Pierogi tossed with fried mushroom, bacon, & onion
  27. Pierogi tossed with onions, peppers, and chicken sausage
  28. Baked Pierogi Casserole with bacon, tomato, & cheese
  29. Deep fried Pierogi with Sour Cream, Garlic, Chives
  30. Sautéed Pierogi with Sour Cream, Fresh Basil, & Green Onion
  31. Pierogi topped with Marinara Sauce & Ground Buffalo
  32. Pierogi topped with a Ground Beef Marinara Sauce
  33. Pierogi topped with an Alfredo Sauce
  34. Pierogi topped with Pesto Saucepierogi wraped bacon
  35. Pierogi topped with a Bearnaise sauce
  36. Heck, some eat them with jelly or jam
  37. Pierogi Appetizer Wrapped in Bacon
  38. Cold or Hot Cooked Pierogi topped with mango salsa
  39. Cold or Hot Cooked Pierogi with Honey Dijon Mustard over bed of lettuce
  40. Pierogi crostini topped with mushrooms, scallions, and spicy fresh salsa
  41. Cooked and chilled pierogi served over a salad
  42. Pierogi topped with ketchup
  43. Fried pierogi with melted cheddar cheese on top
  44. Fried pierogi with cream cheese and chives
  45. Fried pierogi with cream cheese, lox, thinly slices onions, and capers
  46. Fried pierogi topped with whitefish, sable, lox lettuce, tomato, red onion, Swiss cheese, cucumbers, and capers
  47. Fried Pierogi with Crab Spread (cream cheese, crab meat, lemon juice, green onions, and milk)
  48. Pizza Pierogi:  Potato Cheese Pierogi with pizza sauce, melted mozzarella cheese, and pepperoni
  49. Fried Pierogi with melted mozzarella, caramelized onions, and sautéed mushrooms
  50. Pretty much anything that you like over a potato skin!
  51. Potato Cheese Pierogi with brie, stilton, or grated mature Cheddar
  52. Potato Cheese Pierogi with Greek yogurt, coriander, diced cucumber, and red onion
  53. Potato Cheese pierogi with caviar
  54. Breaded and Pan-Fried Pierogisalmon pierogi
  55. Potato Cheese pierogi topped with a green curry sauce
  56. Potato Cheese pierogi topped with tuna salad
  57. Pierogi topped with Corned Beef and horseradish
  58. Spinach or Potato also works well for breakfast: top with tomato, egg over easy, and chives
  59. Potato or Spinach Pierogi topped with prawn mayonnaise
  60. Pierogi topped with chili con carne
  61. Pierogi with cheddar cheese and baked beans
  62. Pierogi with yellow & red caramalized onions and peas (Abby Bean, “A Soy Bean” Pierogi Recipe, Food Editor)
  63. Boil pierogi and top with gravy: sautéed onion in oil, add mushrooms, 1/4 c white wine, paprika, 1 cup chicken broth, salt, pepper, garlic, and cook with flour till thickened.   Stir in sour cream, pour over cooked pierogi. (From Mrs. Wojnowicz)
  64. Pierogi with Tarragon Mushroom Sauce.  Cook Pierogi.  Sauté onions and mushrooms in oil.  Add dry vermouth or white wine and deglaze with 1 can Cream of Mushroom soup, 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup, 1.25 cups milk, 1/4 tsp pepper, and 1/2 tsp tarragon (or dill).  Pour over pierogi, steamed veggies, and chicken for a complete meal.   (From Kristin K Noll-Marsh)
  65. We top ours with “sauce”: Organic corn soup, heated & reduced with added organic corn kernels, a dash of cumin and julienne fresh basil garnish.
  66. Cook pierogi, and then sauté with sliced chicken breast, honey, and Dijon mustard. (From Jessi)
  67. My grandmother in McAdoo, PA: population 1000, used to make breakfast pierogi stuffed with dried prunes (not a big fan of those). Being a California boy, from the Valley of the Heart’s Delite, I mixed it up a bit and substituted in fresh strawberries and apricots. Sauté in sweet butter. Top with a dust of powdered sugar, whipped cream, and crushed walnuts. You will never want bacon and eggs again. (From Nick Stefanisko)
  68. Boil pierogi, then top with a mixture of soy sauce and cream.  (From Dion McIntyre)
  69. Corn soup pierogi!  Use left-over pierogi with fried onion.  Cut up in chunks. Add diced ham, corn, red pepper to pot with chicken broth. Simmer 20 minutes, add fresh dill.  Best soup I ever made from left-overs in my fridge.  (From Yolande Bruneau)
  70. I love to mix seafood with my pierogi. Mussels with butter garlic sauce sautéed with pre boiled pierogi along with shrimp.  I prefer to add a little white wine and the more butter the better.  Extra garlic and old bay seasoning works well. (From Mark Martinez)
  71. I bake my pierogi with Buffalo wing sauce. (From Ashley)
  72. Top with caramelized onion, diced pickle, banana peppers, and horseradish  (From Isabela)
  73. We fry pierogi with onions and bacon and serve with sour cream and cabbage rolls. (From Valerie Bauer)
  74. Pierogies with Ground Beef Hash. Brown 1/2 lb. of ground beef in large skilled with butter and garlic, one chopped onion, 1/4 cup diced green peppers, 1 tsp onion soup mix, salt, and pepper.  Simmer until soft.  Add pre boiled pierogi.  Cover and simmer, turning with spatula so they don’t stick to pan, and slowly brown.  Serve with sour cream.  (From Dories Tripper)
  75. Boil and then fry pierogi, then sprinkle vinegar and salt on top and dip in sour cream.  (From Andy)
  76. My grandmother mixed her cooked pierogi’s with approx 3 tbs of browned butter and one can of evaporated milk. This sauce sounds yucky, but we are 3 generations into this recipe and it is awesome. (Marlene)
  77. Pierogi with nacho toppings: seasoned beef or chicken, sour cream, shredded cheese, salsa, and black olives. (Theresa Rabbits)
  78. Cut up pork chops into small chunks and fry them with the onions until the onions were soft.  Boil the pierogies for 3-5 mins.  Layer pork chops, onions, one can of cream of chicken soup, pierogi, and grated cheese in a dish and bake for 40-45 mins until cheese melts through and you get a nice brown color on top. If your top doesn’t brown you can put it on broil for few mins.  This is delicious.  (Rae Knight)
  79. Boil frozen pierogi and remove with a slotted spoon.  Sauté butter in pan, add pierogi, then sprinkle onion powder on each side until they brown.  Serve with sour cream.  (Karen Sutton)
  80. Pierogie topped with brown sugar! So delicious!  When I don’t have time to boil them, I pan fry them with oil and then top with brown sugar. So good and very easy.  I’m currently eating the potato and onion ones. Mmmm. (Peter)
  81. I love pierogies with just salsa and sour cream!  (Annette Eichler)
  82. With Russian, Polish and German grandparents, the only accepted way to eat  pierogi was to sauté them in butter and brown sugar.  (MJ Ehle)
  83. Cabbage Mushroom Pierogi with dry sparkling wine.  (Julia Hollister, SF Wine Examiner)
  84. Potato & cheese pierogies topped with tzatziki!  (Marilyn Kushner)
  85. Boil pierogie, then sauté with caramelized onions in butter; serve with applesauce, we don’t eat sour cream anymore. (Mitchell Sackson)
  86. Our family’s tradition at Wigilia is to pour BURNT butter over our pierogis. We look forward to indulging in the pierogi this way ever year! (Lynn Berti)
  87. After cooking pierogi in boiling water till they float to the top, drain.  In fry pan melt several tablespoons of butter. Add 1/4 cup or more crushed cracker crumbs or bread crumbs, then add pierogi to be coated.  Yum, yum.  (Lucille Hogan)
  88. Pierogi with sauteed garlic and onions in a chicken broth (Recipe @ Catherine, Living The Gourmet, Food Editor)
  89. Boiled and topped with melted butter, nooch (aka nutritional yeast!), garlic, and pepper once they were done boiling!