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    Default How do Pierogis?

    They're not difficult, but if you don't want the hassle of basically making homemade ravioli, try this. I just built one after having too much lasagna noodles from making the Italian version.

    Lazy Pierogi Lasagna

    Cooked lasagna noodles
    Mashed potatoes
    (make them from scratch or use instant ones)
    Chopped or minced dried onions
    (if fresh, sauté in a bit of butter before adding to potatoes)
    Parsley, Dill, White Pepper
    Shredded Cheddar Cheese
    Olive oil

    Drizzle olive oil in bottom of glass baking pan.

    One layer of noodles
    Mix potatoes with onions/butter and spices. Layer over noodles and spread evenly.
    Sprinkle with a layer of cheese.

    Repeat layers until you fill the pan, ending with noodles and a bit of cheese on top.

    Cover with foil and bake at 300 degrees for about ˝ hour, removing foil for the last few minutes.

    Serve each portion with a bit of sour cream if you like.
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    Go find a Russian. They look like Commie Calzones to me!
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirozhki
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    Google 'em. I noticed some places in Seattle when I did.
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    HOW DO DESSERT PIEROGI

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    You make 'em the old fashioned way and fill 'em with fruit or sweet cream cheese sorta stuff.

    Or you get blintzes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiko
    They're not difficult, but if you don't want the hassle of basically making homemade ravioli, try this. I just built one after having too much lasagna noodles from making the Italian version.

    Lazy Pierogi Lasagna

    Cooked lasagna noodles
    Mashed potatoes
    (make them from scratch or use instant ones)
    Chopped or minced dried onions
    (if fresh, sauté in a bit of butter before adding to potatoes)
    Parsley, Dill, White Pepper
    Shredded Cheddar Cheese
    Olive oil

    Drizzle olive oil in bottom of glass baking pan.

    One layer of noodles
    Mix potatoes with onions/butter and spices. Layer over noodles and spread evenly.
    Sprinkle with a layer of cheese.

    Repeat layers until you fill the pan, ending with noodles and a bit of cheese on top.

    Cover with foil and bake at 300 degrees for about ˝ hour, removing foil for the last few minutes.

    Serve each portion with a bit of sour cream if you like.
    Holy fuck, this is the greatest recipe ever. Well, in the category of lasagna that isn't Italian at least!
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    KIKO HOW DO HOLISHKES

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    What. The. Fuck.

    And I thought you were getting laid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve
    What. The. Fuck.

    And I thought you were getting laid.
    Apparently only by pasta

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    Get outta my thread, NoB!

    Tanhalen, you mean golabki? Learn to use lowercase and maybe I'll look up a recipe. The most important thing is to count HOW many of 'em you end up making from a whole head of cabbage.
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    We all have our respective crosses to bear.... We all have flaws and virtues, and frequently our virtues are bound up with our flaws. And those characteristics are all magnified when one takes charge of a quarrelsome Internet forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yiktin Voxbane View Post
    It's the rough end of the pineapple for you Mon ami .

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