Homemade Pierogi With Bison Meat Filling

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The filling is a bit spicy, so adjust the seasoning to your liking :)

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Step 1: Method


4 cups flour

a dash of salt

1 tsp baking powder

2 tsp vegetable oil

1 egg beaten

1 cup warm water


half of 1 can of baked beans in maple syrup, drain

1 small pack of frozen bison meat, thawed

piquancy powder

1 pouch chili seasoning mix

garlic powder

hot sauce (Tabasco prefer)

onion, chopped

1 cup grated cheese

2-3 tbsp mix vegetable drink

2 tbsp cooking oil

To make Pierogi:
In a large bowl mix together the flour, salt, and baking powder. Make a well in the center.

In a separate bowl mix together the vegetable oil, warm water, and beaten egg. Pour into dry ingredients. Knead dough for 8 to 10 minutes.

Cover dough and let rest for 2 hours.

Meanwhile make the filling:
Heat the cooking oil and saute the chopped onion, add in the meat and the rest of the ingredients, spice it up to your liking. Let it cool to room temperature before filling

Divide dough to make about 30 rolls. Roll flat each and fill. Pinch seal the ends of dough. Shape as pierogi shape.

Boil pierogi in a water that mixed with oil and salt. When pierogis float to surface then its cooked.

Serve with sour cream, ground paprika, or anything you desire.

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    4 Discussions


    2 years ago

    Pierogi is traditional Polish food. Dough is made only using flour and warm (or a little bit hot) water. The trick is flour combines better with hot than with cold water. After flattening dough (with roll) (thickness of dough: about 3mm, it's really thin) Poles use glass (ware) to cut round shapes of dough. About filling... there is many ideas about it. It can be fruits, sweeten white cheese, meat, fish, hot mixed boiled potato and white cheese... you can put there anything you like. After filling pieces of dough, seal ends of dough together.

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    Reply 2 years ago

    One more thing... 'Pierogi' is a plurar :) Singular is hmmm... 'pierog'. In fact, it's 'pieróg'. 'Ó' you must read as u. If you go to Poland and write 'pierug', it wil be error :) You have to write 'pieróg' :)


    3 years ago

    Does Piquancy powder have another name? Can't find on Amazon

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