Grandma Bertha's Pierogi Dough

Grandma Bertha's Pierogi Dough

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Kathy kope


This is my Great-Grandmothers recipe. She wa born in Poland and came to the Chicago area in the late 1880's.


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1 Hr
10 Min
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How to Make Grandma Bertha's Pierogi Dough


  1. Blend til dough leaves sides of bowl. If too sticky, add more flour. Let dough rest 20 - 30 min. Roll on floured board, put 1/2 - 1 tsp filling in center, fold & seal. Drop into oiled boiling water for 10 mins. Pour melted butter on to prevent sticking or can be fried or buttered bread crumbs on top.
  2. I like saurkraut filling. I mix saurkraut with a little garlic. I sprinkle a little instant potatoes to soak up the juice.

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