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Gluten Free Potato Pierogi With Sour Cream And Roasted Onion

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Gluten free Potato Pierogi with sour cream and roasted onion.

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If you will have any leftovers left, put pirogis into plastic Ziploc bags and freeze them. Later just boil some water, put the frozen pirogis in it, and cook it for 5 minutes. Add topping and enjoy.

You will have a very easy dinner.

Another way to save some for next day is to add sour cream, roasted onion and salt in the bowl with pirogis and mix everything up. The next day you can warm it up into microwave.

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oh my goodness! THANKYOU Simona! That looks fab!!

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I thought I could never have pierogis again! Thank-you so much.

Can they take other fillings besides mashed potato?

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I thought I could never have pierogis again! Thank-you so much.

Can they take other fillings besides mashed potato?

You can make them with any flavor of jelly. Roast 2 stick of unsalted butter (golden brown) for this amount of pirogis, put them into a bowl, sprinkle them with 1/4 teaspoon of salt and about 3-4 Tbsp. of sugar and enjoy.

Or you can make them with ricotta cheese mixed with egg and parsley, like ravioli, but I never did that.

You can use anything to stuff pirogis (meat, mushrooms, fruit), but it must have consistence of potatoes. Otherwise you wouldn't be able to fold them together.

One last tip: Don't use too much starch on the top side of the dough because when you would try to make pirogis the dough wouldn't stick together.

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Pierogies!!! :D Thank you for posting the recipe, along with pics. I thought I'd never be able to have them again. :(

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Spicy foods and I don't get along since my gallbladder went kaput on me, but my favorite thing to add to perogies was always a little jalapeno and/or cheddar cheese. It's been well over a decade since I last made any but I will definitely put this recipe on my growing stack of things to try out.

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