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LOOKING for: Pierogi recipe from 'What Pittsburgh Eats' cookbook

Posted by obrienwv (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 14, 09 at 23:31

If anyone has this PBS cookbook, I would like to have the recipe for the pierogi dough. I know that one of the ingredients is 1/2 cup milk. Thanks so much.


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RE: LOOKING for: Pierogi recipe from 'What Pittsburgh Eats' cook

Hope this is what your looking for

Here is a link that might be useful: pierogi dough


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RE: LOOKING for: Pierogi recipe from 'What Pittsburgh Eats' cook

So Polish Pierogis are similar to Russian Pelmeni? They look like Pelmeni, rather than like Vareniki.

I think I'm getting it. I've had Pierogis confused with Pirozhki all this time.

Anyway, Yum.


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RE: LOOKING for: Pierogi recipe from 'What Pittsburgh Eats' cook

There is a recipe for Pittsburgh Pierogi on the following:

http://www.browneyedbaker.com/2008/10/03/homemade-pierogi/

Sounds pretty authentic to me !


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RE: LOOKING for: Pierogi recipe from 'What Pittsburgh Eats' cook

melisande,
What is Pelmeni? We are leaving for a river cruise to Russia on Sunday and I am not at all familiar with Russian food. Thanks.


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RE: LOOKING for: Pierogi recipe from 'What Pittsburgh Eats' cook

http://www.sras.org/pelmeni_history

Here is a link that might be useful: Pelmeni


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RE: LOOKING for: Pierogi recipe from 'What Pittsburgh Eats' cook

lisbet, thanks for that site.....will look for them.


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RE: LOOKING for: Pierogi recipe from 'What Pittsburgh Eats' cook

We have just returned from a river cruise in Russia and on the ship one afternoon, one of our guided did a demonstration on making pelmeni.......they cooked them in the galley for us and we got to try them. They were very good and not too hard to make. They also had them on the lunch menu one day. In the grocery stores though, they sell them in bulk bins, frozen and are a very popular item. Was a very interesting cruise.


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