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Mrs. T's Pierogies

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by sled_dog, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. sled_dog

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    Should have boiled them, or fried.
     
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    fried, in butter, with onions
     
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    What is a pierogie?
     
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    Desert Rat Fetch the comfy chair

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    Used to cut them down the middle like a baked potato and slap in a giant slab of cheese and nuke em'......
     
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    Mrs.T's Pieroqies

    Here's what I found.
     
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    fried in a deep frier!
     
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    Boiled, then sauteed? in heavy cream and onions. Perhaps boiled then fried in butter would be good too. Now I know what I am having for dinner tomorrow!
     
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    Get them fresh at a Polish Deli ( Stanley's in PHX ) , and fry them with some slices of fresh Hungarian in the pan ..... OMG I love my heritage :D
     
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    Wife just said the proper way to cook them is to "par-boil" them, then fry them in extra virgin olive oil. Sprinkle lightly with garlic salt when finished, and enjoy.

    I fugging LOVE perogies... wish I could spell it...
     

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