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Passionate About Pierogies: Delicious Homemade Pierogi Recipes (Easy Ethnic Dishes Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The tips at the beginning of the book will come in handy for first-time cooks of this dish. I like how Kathy offers more than one dough recipe - that way you can find whichever one is the most to your liking.
Finally there was even something completely new I learned from the book - I've never heard of pierogi casseroles before!
Kathy takes you through literally every step to making, cooking and storing Pierogies, making this book ideal for the beginner. There are also many tips scattered throughout the book to help you to excel, even at your first attempt. Kathy's passion for Pierogies definitely shows through!
Now, all I have to do is sample the product. If I can't persuade my wife to make some I may even venture into the kitchen myself.
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Complete with an interactive Table of Contents that correctly interfaces with the Kindle Navigation Menu (I would add one star but I can't give 6 of them!) Passionate About Pierogies: Delicious Homemade Pierogi Recipes (Easy Ethnic Dishes) is also available in paper for those who prefer that format, you'll find four different recipes for pierogi dough, a dozen different fillings both savory and sweet, complete directions for putting everything together and a couple of recipes for Pierogi Casserole. (The Homemade Pierogi Casserole is on my menu the very second I can get somebody to bring home some lasagne noodles or figure out where my son-in-law stashed the pasta maker! I even have a nice pork roast in the freezer to go with!)
Kudos for a job extremely well done Kathy! Thanks for sharing your expertise!
Update June 22nd:
I have to add that I tried her "Original Pierogi Dough" with a butternut squash/homemade cottage cheese filling, and they turned out well. I probably need to roll the dough thinner, with a heavier rolling pin as I think they came out a bit too thick, however-I took the advice of several authors and didn't re-roll the scraps, but used them as noodles.
So far, the only successful noodle I have ever been able to make would be spätzle with a spätzle-maker. This dough was easy to make, and it remained soft and easy to handle even though I refrigerated it overnight. I only made 1/2 of a batch, but next time, I'll make the full batch. They were a lot more tender than the noodle recipe I tried a few weeks ago, and those ended up being thrown out because they were inedible. It's good to know that you can produce pierogies and noodles at the same time, especially if you are cooking for 1 or 2 people, and/or have limited freezer space. Noodle soup is always a good thing!
I highly recommend this cookbook as it contains a wide variety of recipes and techniques which should help make the task easier.