Real name: вареники (In ukrainian / Pierogi ruskie (In polish)
Country of origin: Ukraine & Poland
Also common at: Neighboring slavic countries and the Baltic republics
- Flour and water dough
- Sour cream (optional)
- Onion (optional)
- Possible fillings:
- Mashed potatoes
- Boiled eggs
How to prepare it:
The dough is flattened and cut into circles. Each of the circles filled with any of the ingredients commented above, or with a combination of several of them, and the dough is closed creating a semicircle.
How to cook it:
Once closed all the Varenyky / Pierogi, you just have to boil them and wait for them to float on the water to take them out. Once at this point, depending on the area they fry them a little. Also depending on the region will change the way to accompany them, while at some places will be accompanied with fried chopped onion, at others will be with sour cream.
- 2.5 UAH / unity
( ≈ 0.1 € / unity )