Potato-Cheese Pierogi with Sauerkraut

November/December 2011

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Potatoes mashed with sautéed onions and sauerkraut makes a flavorful filling in these yummy pierogi. We used whole-wheat pastry flour for added fiber and substituted extra-virgin olive oil for margarine or butter. Pierogi freeze beautifully, so make a large batch if you like.

Potato-Cheese Pierogi with Sauerkraut

1 Review for Potato-Cheese Pierogi with Sauerkraut

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The photograph suggested that the pierogis would be flaky, but instead they were a bit chewy. I suppose the pastry would have been flaky had butter been used in the dough. I served these with borscht and my guests enjoyed them but I'm not sure I'd make them again.


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