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Pierogi are Polish dumplings, crescent-shaped, boiled, baked or fried, which have various fillings of potatoes, minced meat, cheese, sauerkraut or fruit. I found them on YuoTube quite by chance and they seemed easy to do so I tried them :)

  • For dumplings:
  • 250 g flour (I put wholemeal)
  • 1 or
  • 50 ml milk
  • 3 tablespoons oil
  • salt
  • Ptr. filling:
  • 4-5 potatoes
  • 50 g butter
  • 100 g of cow's milk
  • Ptr. served:
  • sour cream
  • Parmesan
  • butter

Servings: 4

Preparation time: less than 90 minutes

METHOD OF PREPARING THE RECIPE Pierogi:

Peel the potatoes and bring to the boil. Meanwhile, make the dough by mixing all the ingredients and kneading well. Divide the dough into 2 or 4 and spread a 4 mm thick sheet with the rolling pin. Using a cup, cut dough discs and place them on a kitchen napkin.

After boiling the potatoes, drain and crush together with the butter and cheese. We spread the dough discs lightly by hand like on a pizza dough, we put a ligurita with the filling in the center, then we fold it in the shape of a crescent and we stick the edges by pressing our fingers on the edges several times.

Boil 3 liters of water with 3 teaspoons of salt. When the water boils, put the dumplings to boil for about 5 minutes, then remove them with a spatula and let them drain. After they have drained, mix them with butter and serve them with sour cream and parmesan.

Good appetite!


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Pierogi pieczone w śmietanie w piekarniku

  • Mąka & # 8211 550 grams
  • Woda & # 8211 1,5 philippines
  • Only to szczypta
  • Jajko kurze & # 8211 1 sztuka
  • Mieszanka mielonego kurczaka i wieprzowiny & # 8211 600 g
  • Śmietana domowej roboty & # 8211 450 grams
  • Pieprz czerwony i mielony czarny & # 8211 do smaku
  • Średnia cebula & # 8211 1 głowa
  • Małe marchewki & # 8211 1 szt.
  • Czosnek & # 8211 2 ząbki
  • Oliwa z oliwek & # 8211 3 łyżki.

Przelej przesianą mąkę do głębokiej emaliowanej miski, ułóż w środku i wbij jajko. Sól i zaczynamy ugniatać palcami jednej ręki, stopniowo dodając wodę. Po tym jak skrzep zaczyna się przesuwać po warstwie mąki na dnie pojemnika, połóż go na powierzchni roboczej i stwórz strome, jednolite ciasto.

Przykryj ją plastową miską i daj odpocząć. Czyścimy warzywa, robimy cięcie o dowolnym kształcie, wlewamy olej do rondla i smażymy.

Włóż farsz do dużego pojemnika, dodaj starty czosnek, przyprawy i dokładnie wymieszaj. Z ciasta formujemy długą kiełbasę o średnicy 2 & # 8211 3 cm i kroimy ją na prosięta o grubości 1 & # 8211 1,5 cm.

Zanurzono ich końce w mące, rozwałkowano wałkiem do ciasta. Na środku małej łyżeczki włóż farsz, złóż na pół i połącz brzegi.

Po zrobieniu całego ciasta, dokładnie złóż kluski w głębokim brytfannie. Posypać pieczonymi warzywami, zalać śmietaną i wstawić do piekarnika nagrzanego do 190 ° C na jedną godzinę.


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Ingredients for pierogi:

For the dough:
3 eggs
230 g of sour cream
360 g of flour
A pinch of salt
1 baking powder

For the filling:
1. Potatoes: 4-5 medium potatoes, 1 small onion, 50 g butter, 4 tablespoons milk (prepare as a puree, only add finely chopped onions, optional)
2. Cheese: 150 g of cow's milk, 3 tablespoons sour cream, 2 eggs (mix all ingredients)
3. Urda: 150 g of urda, 1 bunch of green dill, 3 tablespoons sour cream, 1 egg (mix all ingredients)
4. Jam: 200 g of fruit jam


Ingredients fried chicken according to the cold oven method

  • 1 vegetarian chicken of 1.7 kg
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 3 sprigs of fresh basil
  • 1 bunch of fresh thyme
  • 1 sprig of green onion, with leaves
  • ½ lemon
  • 35 grams of butter
  • 15 ml. olive oil
  • salt and pepper

Basic rules for the success of the recipe

For the success of this simple recipe, which has an exceptional result, we must follow two very simple rules:

A. The chicken should be brought to room temperature, taken out of the refrigerator at least 2 hours before cooking.
B. The oven thermostat is working properly. By this I mean that if we set a certain oven temperature, we can be sure that the temperature is exactly that in the oven. To make sure we have a well-calibrated oven, we can use an oven thermometer. If the set oven temperature and the thermometer display coincide, it is certain that the oven thermostat is working correctly.

How to cook fried chicken to perfection - cold oven method

Preparation of spicy pasta and seasoning the chicken

This recipe for fried chicken according to the cold oven method mainly refers to a technique of cooking chicken in the oven. The way the chicken is seasoned can be different, depending on your preferences. I seasoned the chicken that I prepared in this way with a butter flavored with greens. Following this technique, however, you can cook seasoned chicken as everyone prefers.

1. I put in the container of a chopper butter, green onions, thyme and basil, cut larger than a knife and 2 cloves of garlic. I added 1 teaspoon of coarse salt and ¼ teaspoon of pepper.

2. I added the butter and olive oil and mixed until I got a fragrant paste, like a fine ointment.

Here are two more suggestions for seasoning this fried chicken:

  • Prepare a paste of 40 grams of duck lard, 3 cloves of crushed garlic, 1 teaspoon grated sweet paprika, 1 teaspoon grated cumin, ½ teaspoon ground black pepper and 1 teaspoon grated salt.
  • Blender 2 green onions, grated lemon peel, 1 tablespoon chopped green tarragon, 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves, 1 tablespoon chopped green basil, 1 teaspoon chopped rosemary, 30 milliliters of oil of olives, salt and pepper to taste.

Grooming and seasoning the chicken

3. Once I finished preparing the seasoned butter with which I tasted the chicken, I focused my attention on the chicken. I burned with a kitchen torch all the traces of plumage left on the skin. Next, I carefully wiped the chicken, with paper towels, inside and out.


4. Carefully, with my fingertips, I detached the skin from the chicken's chest. As much as possible (as far as possible) I detached the skin from the upper thighs as well. I greased the chicken well with the flavored paste under the peeled skin. I insisted on the chest, where I distributed about cu⁄3 of the butter with prepared greens. The butter will protect the weak meat of the breast during cooking, preventing it from drying out excessively.

5. I greased the chicken well with the seasoned butter inside. I put two whole garlic cloves in the cavity of the lemon chicken. During cooking, the lemon will generate steam, which will gently cook the chicken from the inside. I ran the ends of my legs through the "buttonhole" cut into the chicken's skin and closed the cavity again.

6. I greased the chicken with all the remaining green butter and placed it, chest up, in a heat-resistant dish of the right size, neither too big nor too small. Optionally, it can be seasoned additionally, I sprinkled a little coarse salt on the skin.

Cooking the chicken by the cold oven method

7. The ready-seasoned chicken, placed in the pan, is placed on a medium height in the cold oven. Turn on the oven and set it at 180 ° C, ventilated. To determine the optimal cooking time for our chicken, we calculate 50 minutes of cooking at 180 ° C for every 1 kg of chicken + 5 minutes for the final browning, on the grill function at 190 ° C. For the chicken I used, 1.7 kg, that means => 01:25 H + 0:05 H = 1:30 H. In the first half, we do nothing. We divide the last half of the cooking time for this fried chicken by the cold oven method into three equal stages, turning the chicken from one side to the other after each one.


8. Here's how I did it: after the first 45 minutes, with the help of a long spatula and a solid fork, I turned the chicken upside down. I continued cooking at 180 ° C.

9. After another 15 minutes, I turned the chicken upside down again. The temperature setting does not change.

10. After another 15 minutes, I turned the chicken upside down again. After another 10 minutes, I turned it upside down again, raised the temperature to 190 ° C and set the oven to grill function. I browned the chicken well on the side with the breast for another 5 minutes. Obviously, you can brown it as much as you prefer, sprinkling it from time to time with the butter drained in the pan and not letting it out of your eyes, so that it does not burn.

11. Let the chicken rest for 15 minutes before serving. An extremely, extremely juicy fried chicken comes out, cooked to perfection, neither too much nor too little.

We served it with rice noodles with noodles and a green salad, generously sprinkled with melted butter from the pan. I can't even describe how delicious it was!


Jak łatwo gotować pierogi w kuchence mikrofalowej

Przez długi czas wydawało się wszystkim, że kuchenka mikrofalowa nadaje się tylko do podgrzewania gotowych dań, a ogólnie rzecz biorąc, przedmiot domowy nie jest zbyt praktyczny. Ale stopniowo stało się jasne, że w kuchence mikrofalowej można na przykład gotować warzywa na sałatkę.

Co więcej & # 8211 przyszła kolej na pieczenie i całe ciasta z mikrofalówki. What about ravioli? Czy można gotować pierogi w kuchence mikrofalowej? Tak, okazuje się, że można je również ugotować w kuchence mikrofalowej, nie stając przy kuchence i nie odprowadzając wody. I dostań gorący obfity lunch nawet w moim biurze.


Remember the nettle dumpling recipe? Or that of cherry dumplings? Well, the Poles also have a unique kind of dumplings on the menu called pierogi. This dish is found in a lot of recipes from Polish cuisine, such as soups or desserts. Pierogi fillings are made according to the imagination of the chefs, but in Poland the dumplings are most often filled with cabbage and mushrooms, potatoes with cheese, onions and meat. For dessert, sweet cheese, jams or fruit fillings take precedence.

Golabki is the Polish name for an extremely popular dish in Polish cuisine, made from boiled cabbage leaves, wrapped around a filling of minced beef or pork, onions and rice. Golabki are very similar in appearance to traditional Romanian pork sausages and are often served during the winter holidays or on festive occasions.



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