The history and background of a Polish favourite: “Pierogi Ruskie”

Like in many other Eastern European countries, Pierogi are one of Poland’s national dishes. Loved by all, and eaten by millions, their delicious taste and virtually endless filling options have made them a very popular dish not only on Polish soil, but also wherever people of Polish descent live. If you don’t know what pierogi, […]

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Breakfast Twaróg Recipe

Ingredients 1 1/2 Cups (375g) Polish twaróg (Farmer’s) cheese 1/2 teaspoon salt Pepper to taste 3/4 cups sour cream 1/3 medium onion 1/4 cup green onion (Optional) 1 cup cherry tomatoes (Optional) 1/2 cup chopped radishes (Optional) 1 cup chopped cucumbers Preparation Put twaróg into a mixing bowl, and press on it with a fork […]

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Pierogi Ruskie Recipe

This recipe will make about six dozen Pierogi Ruskie, which contain potato and farmer cheese filling. If you want to learn more about the history about Pierogi Ruskie we will have a history article up very soon. Ingredients 2 cups (500 g) of white farmers cheese 2 cups (500 g) of potatoes 2 teaspoons of […]

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Authentic and Traditional Polish Pierogi Light Dough Recipe

This very simple pierogi dough recipe will make a very authentic and traditional yet light tasting pierogi dough. It is best served with light pierogi toppings such as butter and green onions. Ingredients Makes about three dozen pierogi 1 Cup (300 g) of unbleached white wheat flour 1/2 Cup (125 ml) of boiling water 1 […]

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