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Ukrainian Pieroghi

My next door neighbor taught me how to make these when I used to babysit her kids. Her parents were from Ukraine and this is what they made. They are scrumptious...way better than the frozen kind.

Ready In:
52mins
Serves:
Units:

ingredients

  • For filling

  • 3 cups mashed potatoes (totally guessing...they made me enter an amount. 3 cups should be more than enough.)
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 12 cup butter
  • 1 cup Velveeta cheese (to taste, really, just use however much you want, again, I had to enter an amount. I am just guessin)
  • For dough

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 beaten egg
  • 1 - 1 12 cup water

directions

  • For filling: make mashed potatoes as usual, butter, salt, pepper, milk or cream; however you usually make it.
  • Saute onion in butter till tender. Add to potatoes.
  • Add velveeta cheese to potatoes, to taste.
  • Set aside.
  • For dough: make well in the 2 cups of flour. Pour beaten egg in well and mix.
  • Add 1 to 1 1/2 cups water and mix.
  • Make into long ropes of dough. Cut into little squares and flatten them out.
  • Spoon potato mixture into squares and fold over. Make sure the sides are completely pinched together.
  • Place in salted boiling water for 7 minutes. Don't overcrowd the pot, batches are best.
  • Enjoy.
  • Just guessing on the servings.
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"My next door neighbor taught me how to make these when I used to babysit her kids. Her parents were from Ukraine and this is what they made. They are scrumptious...way better than the frozen kind."
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  1. marycate
    My next door neighbor taught me how to make these when I used to babysit her kids. Her parents were from Ukraine and this is what they made. They are scrumptious...way better than the frozen kind.
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