Ukrainian Pyrohy Recipe

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How to cook pyrohy?

Drop a few pyrohy at a time into large quantity of rapidly boiling salted water - do not cook too many at a time. Stir gently with wooden spoon to separate and prevent from sticking to bottom of pot. Continue to cook for 3 - 4 minutes.

What is Ukrainian pierogi dough good for?

This Ukrainian pierogi dough recipe is good for any pierogi filling. The mixture is elastic, easy to work with, and wonderful for freezing This Ukrainian pierogi dough recipe has been an absolute favorite of my family for many years. And I think I’ll never change this recipe to another one.

Where can I find pyrohy?

On Fridays when the weather is cool, they can be found at Saint Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church. Volunteers have been making pyrohy (the Ukrainian word for pierogi) by hand here since the early 1960s as a fundraiser for the church. It’s a labor-intensive job but they seem to have it down.

How do you make perogy dough?

Strain potatoes through a colander but reserve potato water for making the dough (this is optional, but the extra starch in the potato water makes for a really good perogy dough!) Transfer potatoes back to the pot and mash them. Add in grated cheddar and sautéed onions and mash everything together until all of the ingredients are well-combined.

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