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    Or Pierogi/pieroshki (sp?). I know those can be vegetarian. I actually used to love the potato and cheese ones.
    What the Hell are pierogis? I had never heard of them until a few years ago. I always just joked that they were "white people dumplings", but...are they? Are they different from dumplings? I haven't really ever eaten much European food aside from pastries, and I think they might be a good start.
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    Originally Posted by Strawng View Post
    What the Hell are pierogis? I had never heard of them until a few years ago. I always just joked that they were "white people dumplings", but...are they? Are they different from dumplings? I haven't really ever eaten much European food aside from pastries, and I think they might be a good start.
    So my Dad’s side is Polish and Russian immigrants. So we had a mix of stuff growing up. Polish pierogis are kind of like a European potsticker. they are dough pockets filled with various things, usually salt pork & cabbage, or potato & cheese, etc. but not cheddar so the flavors were richer. the dumplings are then boiled, then usually served with browned butter drizzled over them. the browned butter kicks them up a notch.
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    So my Dad’s side is Polish and Russian immigrants. So we had a mix of stuff growing up. Polish pierogis are kind of like a European potsticker. they are dough pockets filled with various things, usually salt pork & cabbage, or potato & cheese, etc. but not cheddar so the flavors were richer. the dumplings are then boiled, then usually served with browned butter drizzled over them. the browned butter kicks them up a notch.
    Good Lawd that sounds amazing!!! I definitely have to try them with the browned butter. They'd probably be really rich for me, but they sound perfect as a side dish.
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    Originally Posted by Strawng View Post
    Good Lawd that sounds amazing!!! I definitely have to try them with the browned butter. They'd probably be really rich for me, but they sound perfect as a side dish.
    Well the beauty of them is you can fill with whatever you want. The “traditional” ingredients were just what the average poor farmer of eastern europe had on hand, potatoes, cabbage, salted pork, and some dairy like cheese or sour cream etc. Some russian and ukraine dishes it seems like the standard was to slap sour cream on everything.
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