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Some things are just better when they're made from scratch...
I’m not going to sugarcoat it (dessert pierogi do sound good though), making these little dumplings from scratch can take some effort, but it is 100 percent worth it. Put a movie on or binge a TV show while you work, and then—before you know it, you’ll have packed your freezer and your belly with some delicious pierogi goodness. Feel free to get creative with your filling, as the potato makes an easy, creamy base for whatever you can think up.
For cooking and topping (all optional):
To make pierogi:
To cook: (Note: If you want to have caramelized onions for a topping, it’s best to make these first, as they take some time.)
Make approximately 50 to 60 pierogi