Veggie Momos Perogies
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Author sthumma Yield No Value
Published Jun 21, 2013 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Appetizers Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Other Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Pierogi are dumplings of unleavened dough – first boiled, then they are baked or fried usually in butter with onions – traditionally stuffed with potato filling, sauerkraut, ground meat, cheese, or fruit.

Recipe of Veggie Momos Perogies

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Cabbage 100 Grams
Parsley Chopped 1 Tablespoons
Pepper 1 Teaspoons
Butter 1 Teaspoons
Cheese 1 Tablespoons
Potatoes 200 Grams
Sour Cream 1 Tablespoons
Salt To Taste
All Purpose Flour 150 Grams
Olive Oil 1 Tablespoons
Onion ( Slices) 1 Numbers

Directions

  1. Take a bowl adds all-purpose flour, salt, sour cream, sprinkle water; make this into soft dough, knead the dough for 5 minutes, cover it and rest it for 20 minutes.
  2.  Take another bowl add boiled and grated potato, salt, grated cheese, butter, pepper, chopped parsley mix it well.
  3. Take the dough and using rolling pin roll a big thin sheet
  4. and take a cutter and cut them into small disc and stuff with the potato mixture & grated cabbage, using water and fold over, pinching edges together to seal, bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil, drop perogies in boiling water and cook for 7 to 8 minutes until they float.
  5.  Take a pan add olive oil heat it and add slice of onions, salt, pepper, mix herbs mix it well and add boiled perogies, toss them. Serve this hot.
Posted Jun 21, 2013

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Feb 6, 2014
These are very popular in North America, and are eaten at social gatherings and school lunches (along with pork sausage or bacon, and sour cream) in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Perogies can also be made with whole wheat flour and stuffed with cottage cheese. If no sauerkraut is available Chef Sanjay's steamed cabbage could be done with a little bit of vinegar as well to add the sourness. Maybe Korean kimchi could be good too.

Thanks Chef!
-Andy from Saskatchewan

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