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How to Cook

Although there are many different ways to prepare pierogies, the following directions cover the basics. For more recipe ideas, browse through our recipes section.

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Sauté

Preheat frying pan with butter or oil over medium heat. Cook frozen pierogies 7-9 minutes per side until they are Golden Brown.

   
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Bake

Brush melted butter or oil on both sides of frozen pierogies and place in a 400° preheated oven on a baking sheet for 20 minutes, flipping once.

   
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Grill

Brush melted butter or oil on both sides of frozen pierogies and place on the cooler part of a heated grill, flipping once until both sides are browned.

   
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Boil

Boil frozen pierogies for 5-7 minutes until they float.

   
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Deep Fry

Cook frozen pierogies in 350° oil for 4 minutes until they are lightly browned and floating.

   

 

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Testimonial

When asked to bring a dish to pass at a family party on my husband's side of the family, I immediately thought of infusing some of my Polish heritage into the festivities. I wanted to bring Pierogi's but when I thought about the time and expense of my making them myself, I quickly changed my mind. I then happened upon a lovely young sales person who just so happened to know this guy. That is how I happened upon the Pierogie Guy. I bought dozens of every kind imaginable. I was delighted with the outcome as I was praised for the wonderful dish I brought to the party. Well the next year came along, and I decided to bring a different dish, 'who wants to bring the same thing every year' I thought to myself. Boy was I wrong, I was told all in good fun of course, that if I didn't bring those Pierogie Guy's Pierogie's next year that I could just stay home. I'll be placing my big order every year. Thanks Pierogie Guy!!!!
- Margarotza Okoniewicz Magin, Rochester, NY

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