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Favorite Pierogi?

rdywenur 1 | 157  
4 Sep 2008 /  #31 are so naughty :) English ....potatoe = ziemniak in Polish

My favorite are with Kapusta...umm ummm ummm
4 Sep 2008 /  #32

yep. It is the Ukrainian appetite. My cousin's son is half Italian- half Ukrainian. We like our food. Well you haven't tried my aunt's pierogies.
OP Warsaw8 4 | 126  
5 Sep 2008 /  #33
This thread makes me so hungry.

The Ukranians I know are tall aswell...Alot of Pierogi's?
Franek 8 | 271  
5 Sep 2008 /  #34
I think I had 30 once. Franek, you need to practice. Otherwise you are not a real Pole. LOL. My cousin's son had 29. We are tall people.

30?? Jesus Maria Miranda..I would have to witness that.. I wouldn't want to be in front of you when you regurgitate.
Sounds like something out of Nathans hot dog eating contest from Coney Island.
Miranda, I saw from one thread, that you said that were not skinny.
Sooo that that mean that you are??? Well you know what I mean..
Take care of youself.. I want you to be around when SARAH ( THE BARRACUDA ) gets sworn in as VP. OHHHH!, is Franus going to sweep the floor with you..

Go Sarah Go Baby
5 Sep 2008 /  #35
not too worry Franek. I am not skinny but I am not fat either. Just right. I think it just happened once. He, he.....
billpawl - | 32  
5 Sep 2008 /  #36
yep. It is the Ukrainian appetite.

I never heard that as a Ukrainian stereotype. From my family, I would agree with it though. The Ukrainian side of my family were much bigger eaters than the Polish side.
5 Sep 2008 /  #37
The Ukrainian side of my family were much bigger eaters than the Polish side.

there you go, we also digest faster LOL
OP Warsaw8 4 | 126  
6 Sep 2008 /  #38
I am not skinny but I am not fat either. Just right.

Lets see it ;) how about some pics.
Switezianka - | 463  
6 Sep 2008 /  #39
I like ruskie with sour cream and melted butter with fried onions. The onions must be cut into little pieces and fried on the butter. You pour this on your pierogi and then, add the cream. I can have thirty at once, too. But they must be home made.

And I like sauerkraut and forest mushroom pierogi with lard and skwarki. Sauerkraut for the filling must be fried on lard, of course. But I eat in only for Christmas Eve, because it takes a lot of time to make them.
OP Warsaw8 4 | 126  
30 Sep 2008 /  #40
Babcia had saurkraut pierogis ready for me when I got home from work tonight. Along with patatoes and her country gravy.

Here we go

Poland pierogi
30 Sep 2008 /  #41
Babcia had saurkraut pierogis ready for me when I got home from work tonight

spoiled brat
OP Warsaw8 4 | 126  
3 Oct 2008 /  #42
You bet! :>
rckcold - | 3  
17 Oct 2008 /  #43
Whats up with people eating potato and cheddar cheese? Thats disgusting.

The best are kapusta with farmers cheese and sauteed onions.
regionpolski 33 | 153  
17 Oct 2008 /  #44
Spicy chicken cooked in butter and then topped with salsa.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
24 Jan 2009 /  #45
Is there a specific name for pierogi with rice, kasza and mushrooms? The lady at the shop recommended them to me. I put butter on top and added Worcestershire sauce. Very nice combo indeed, polecam! Not yet my favourite but tasty nonetheless.
tmo112383 - | 1  
28 Jan 2009 /  #46
I've been looking for them as well because they are my favorite as well...supposedly (which they aren't my favorite anyway) Ms. T's makes them but I have yet to see them anywhere.....look for the old Polish Catholic church sales...with Easter around the corner they should be for sale...I know of a place in Baltimore that has them but I don't know where you are located

Reply to above posted about cabbage pierogi
Ania Miller - | 5  
8 Feb 2009 /  #47
Those are my favorite as well along with the summer pierogies stuffed with fruit and served with sour cream and sugar.
polandowns 7 | 27  
6 Nov 2009 /  #48
Nov 6, 09, 21:11 - Thread attached on merging:
What is your favorite type of pierogi?

I like to devour blueberry pierogi.
ShawnH 8 | 1,508  
6 Nov 2009 /  #49
I like it when the sour cream warms up to the temperature of the pierogi, and it flows off the pierogi!

Do I get extra marks for that?
Senach 1 | 47  
6 Nov 2009 /  #50
Ruski pierogi,well that is what my Babcia called them,and i have never found any as good as the one's she made.
Dice 15 | 452  
6 Nov 2009 /  #51
It's definitely sauerkraut and mushrooms w/ sour cream on top.
Why? It's all about that combination of tangy, meaty, doughy and soury tastes, known by Japanese as "Umami", and described by western chefs as a "natural MSG". In this dish you get "Umami" in all the ingredients: mushrooms, sauerkraut, dough (yeast), sour cream.

That's why this dish tastes truly awesome.
Eurola 4 | 1,906  
6 Nov 2009 /  #52
Cheese pierogi RULES them all!
OK, in my book, but I 'let" you like any other types.
Zee - | 5  
6 Nov 2009 /  #53
Without a doubt has to be cabagge and mushroom. No way to describe it if it's home made. I also like Ruskie.
Anni 1 | 10  
6 Nov 2009 /  #54
With cream and some sugar, they are to die for.

Oh and knedle ze śliwkami, mniam mniam.

Everyone's babcia makes the best pierogi.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448  
6 Nov 2009 /  #55
What happened to savory cheese pieorgi in Poland? In Hamtramck that was the only kind of just cheese pierogi our little ol' babcias (God rest theri soul!) used to make. There were of course cheese & potato versions (known as ruskie in Poland). But in Poland if you ask for pieiogi z serem you get this God-awful, sickening-sweet cheese filling usually 'overperfumed' with synthetic vanilla flavouring (vanillin or wanilina in Polish).

The cheese pierogi I like are flavoured with only a touch a lemon juice, salt and perhaps only one teasspoon of sugar to break the blandness.

Personally, I find the vanillin-flavoured type to be quite a turn-off, but.....à chacun son goût!
Cardno85 31 | 976  
14 Nov 2009 /  #56
I had a well tasty one with chicken bits and oats, with bacon, butter and sour cream over it...was well tasty :D

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