Pierogi

Pierogi

Since day one, pierogi have been our specialty. Today, we produce 16 different flavors. Whether you are looking for a hearty meal, or something on the sweeter side, we are confident that we have the flavor to match your appetite.

Flavors

Kraut
Kraut & Mushroom
Potato & Cheese
Potato
Potato & Cheddar
Sweet Cheese
Meat
Cabbage

Spinach
Maultaschen
Kraut, Potato & Bacon
Mushrooms
Blueberries
Plums
Strawberries
Cherries

NEVER

Overcook the product (check packaging for cooking time)
Separate frozen Pierogi by force
Refreeze Pierogi
Pan fry frozen Pierogi

Pierogi

Cooking Instructions

BOIL

Important: Cook only one package per pot

  1. Add a teaspoon of salt to 1 gallon of water, and bring water to a boil
  2. Add pierogi to water and gently stir
           (Important: Cook only one package at a time)
  3. Cover pot and bring water back to a boil
  4. Reduce to medium heat and boil for 4-6 minutes
  5. Drain and transfer to plate
  6. Use a food thermometer to check that the internal temperature is at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit
  7. Allow product to cool for 1 minute before serving

FRY

1. Boil product as directed above
2. Remove from water and drain
3. Add vegetable oil to frying pan and set to low heat

Note: In place of vegetable oil, butter can be used for better taste. However, the temperature of the pan should be adjusted to avoid burning the butter.

4. Once pan heats up, add Pierogi and fry to a light golden-brown color on both sides.

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Important Information

  • Product is pre-cooked
  • Check packaging for exact cooking time. Overcooking the product will increase the dough thickness.
  • Thawing product prior to cooking is not recommended.
  • Using a microwave to heat product is not recommended.
  • Fresh product can be kept in a refrigerator three days prior to cooking. If you do not plan on cooking fresh product within three days of purchase, make sure to freeze it immediately.
  • Avoid storing product in freezer that is opened frequently.
  • Avoid storing product in a freezer used to hold warm product, as the temperature fluctuations may cause the product to crack.