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Polish Pierogi - Potato & Cheese Pierogi - See how to make piroshki.
- Опубліковано 17 чер 2013
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Jenny's Polish pierogi are filled with a delicious mashed potato mixture with browned onions and cream cheese. "Pierogi can be made with various fillings like sauerkraut & mushroom, meat, and even fruit but these were my family's favorite."
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+Ben Morphet - These are raw dumplings and must be boiled first. After that, you can saute them in a pan for browning or even deep fry them if you want, although deep frying is not traditional.
Yes and boiled is healthier
@Marie Czarnecki lol, my great grandma had a big dupa🤣😂
Thanks Jenny. ♡
Yes! That's the way we've always served them.
I love your recipes. My Family will love it too.
Why hasn’t someone started a cooking show for her on TV? She’s terrific
Right, or are they racists and don't like Polish Cooks!! I love her!!! Also I am "POLISH-AMERICAN" AND PROUD!!!
@Babeena_Gt _ I noticed that too but my opinion is that she is cooking for herself and possibly loved ones AND there is such a thing as editing videos..she probably washed her hands. You never taste as you go when cooking?
@Linda W108 nope, that was Sandra Lee.
@ArthriticBabe me too 68. & widowed & married for 40 + yrs @ 18…forced into retirement following surgery…can never work again but love to cook JENNYS GOODS …SHES THE BEST
Your pierogies have become part of my familys Christmas tradition. My sisters ask me to make them now & say they are their favorite pierogies. We're polish and grew up eating this food & now I'm so glad to have a recipe that I can use! Thanks Jenny!
GREAT CHRISSY, I AM AMERICAN POLISH, 3RD GENERATION!!! ALSO PROUD, MY GRAND PARENTS WERE IMMERGRANTS FROM WARSAW, POLAND, AND POPE (SAINT) JOHN PAUL II WAS THE BEST AND NOT BECAUSE HE WAS POLISH, BUT BECAUSE HE WAS THE PEOPLES POPE, WENT TO POLAND AND STRAGHTEN THINGS OUT.
I love her colorful kitchen, her soothing voice, and her food!
Again, my wife loves your Polish videos. She makes authentic Hungarian goulash too. You showed her your version of stuffed cabbage.
I knew the Russian version but I'm going to try this one too cause it looks delicious. Thank you for all the recipes you put online and the way you do it, I really appreciate it, you're one of a kind!
OMG this is Jenny Jones!!!!! I used to LOVE her show. I'd watch it whenever I was home from school. Feel like I grew up watching her. love, love, LOVE HER!
Me too! ^~^ She's awesome!
Found another great video on her channel! These are just like my mum used to make. The golabki video was in my recommended list and now I've got to binge watch some of her other stuff.
So sad, it looks like she doesn't make videos any more 😞
It doesn't look like she's been on for a very long time. It would be nice to see her again..
Every Christmas we have homemade pierogis and we always put an olive in one pierogi and whoever gets the one with the olive has to do the dishes. XD
Cool idea !
There’s no word such as Pierogis…I mean Pierogi is already plural in Polish. And it’s not Russian but it’s a Polish dish. It’s like saying “yous” while you is already plural.
We put 1 grosz inside and that means luck
Black or green olive in the pierogi? gonna have to try it lol
My Babchi, I don’t know the correct spelling, would make various kinds of pierogis some with, cheese, sauerkraut, prunes or the carb rich potato. She would then the fry them lightly in butter and cover them with sour cream, one could work the farm the rest of the day without a meal break.
dziękuję bardzo! I used to make them (the way your parents ate them) with my babcia some 50 years ago and now I needed just this reminder of how we made them, the times and little hints - it is the absolute favourite dish of the whole family, that's genetic! The variant with potatoe cheese filling was called pierogi russki in Krakow and where our family used to live
I already follow the Polish Chef, but I subscribed for Jenny and her polish recipes as well. Love it. 2020 is the year I cook a lot of Polish dishes. Yummy!
I'm proud to see pierogi from my country to be made by American people. We serve them with fried onion and sour cream like you said. Pierogi can be also filled with sauerkraut and mushrooms and this is also a paradise in your mouth or with strawberries, pieces of apple inside or blueberries. Pierogi with fruits are served with sweet cream and taste extremely good
i have tasted pierogis in kracow they were fabulous ! My grand mother is from Poland but because of the war she moved in Belgium when she was young. So now, thanks to you i can try to make pierogis for her! Greetings from Belgium ! :)
I love watching your videos! you're so down to earth and have a great sense of humor! very easy to follow your recipes, you speak like a regular person!!
Cherie Cave: NO, YOU MEAN LIKE AN INTELLIGENT PERSON, MORE THAN I CAN SAY FOR SOME THAT COMMENT ON HER ARTICLE!!!
Pierogis are my favorite food. I could live off them 😂
It’s not Pierogis, it’s Pierogi. Pierogi is already plural.
I like that you don't use crazy stuff. You just use "normal" ingredients.
I agree. Too often you watch these recipe videos where they're like "Today we're going to be making a cake. All you need is holy water from the Vatican, six slices of goat's cheese churned by a Victorian milkmaid, freshly picked sugarcane and two drops of virgin blood"
Her recipes are simple, easy to follow, and short. I enjoy her real homemade way about her.
Poles never used many spices in their cooking, probably because they could not afford it. They had to use what was available to them. They used sour cream, caramelized onions, mushrooms, etc. for extra flavor. That's the reason why Polish food has a subtle taste. They also use a lot of poppy seeds, which Poland is the world's number one grower of.
Just found this chef. Fabulous. I am also polish. My mom used to make these and stuffed cabbage. I just viewed that recipe too! Thanks Chef Jenny for bringing back fond memories of cooking with my Mom. Love to hear Polish spoken again
I love this woman; she is so genuine and she knows what she is doing too! Great job!
Dziękuję for your videos!
In Ukraine we call them ''varéniki'' (our pirogi are a little different), it reminded me of my childhood :)
By the way, awesome idea to freeze them!!! :)
Jen! You’re so fabulous 🥰🥰👁💜watching your videos! I learn so much! Your kitchen is so great! Thank you, and I hope your doing well! Pandemic binge watching you, and getting my daughters to help me try some recipes we usually bought frozen from Costco! 😋
This recipe is easy to replicate. The advice on how to handle the dough is so very helpful.
Cooking them in a sauce pan with onions and dipping them into sour cream and/or salsa!! Sooo delicious! Thanks Jenny!
Jenny I've watched you cook before and don't remember if I saw your pierogi 🥟 recipe but your right Dziekuje bardzo because I think it's the closest to Babcia's potato and cheese recipe even the dough minus the sour cream. Can't wait to do a test batch!💕🙋🥟🇵🇱
Your utensils look like a flower garden of color back there. Love your channel Jenny, you really can cook!
Back in the 1980's I had a friend who's family was from Poland. They would share Pierogi's with us neighbors. I will try this for sure. A "BIG" thumbs up. Right into my CULINARY playlist. ROCK ON!!!!!!!!
The explaining is so perfect and easy to understand, full of helpful tips! She should have her own TV show ❤️👌🏻
They came out so good, I love all your recipes because they make my husband so happy. He said they taste like the ones his grandmother made. 😊
I made these yesterday and they turned out great (but definitely used full fat sour cream.) I really like the dough. Oh and great tip about the bowl of flour for dipping our fingers. Our favourite way to eat pierogies is with browned onions in a generous amount of melted butter and a dollop of sour cream. For a protein we like either bacon, good home-baked ham, or even with breaded salmon patties.
Love a real Polish Woman that can cook real Polish recipes Thanks Jenny for sharing etc
I like it!It cooks easy meals and she makes it look effortless!
Simply one of the greatest foods ever invented.My girlfriend and I used to go to the Pierogi House in Parma. So many different choices.
This is the first time ever I made these. You made it look so easy and it was, I even tried different fillings such as taco filling, left over filling from stuffed peppers. You have to try it. Love your videos.
Jenny, You are such an inspirational woman. I hope your well and happy :) Thank you for your cooking shows. I love this one .
I loved her talk show, now I love her cooking videos. Her recipes are delicious and she makes every recipe so explicit and easy.
Having two polish grandmothers I have combined both recipes and they come out awesome. It’s a favorite with my family any time of the year.
"I don't think I cook anything without onions & garlic" Ohhhhh yes!! I was just telling my son's gf the same thing!! I wish I'd known more about UAclips and Polska recipes almost 20 years ago. I stayed with my Babcia and she would have LOVED for me to cook her more Polska food!! I knew only a few dishes. Polish Catholic Auschwitz survivor, my best friend, & the strongest woman I've ever known. Thank you for making these videos, I'd love to learn w my daughter and carry on the traditions. ❤️
I remember when I was a child when my Mother would have her three sisters and my grandmother over to the house and make pierogis. There would be flour and elbows everywhere as they stood around the kitchen table assembling them. My favorite are the sauerkraut filled ones. My wife (married thirty years this May) and I are going to make them this week. Potato and cheese and sauerkraut. Thank you for the refresher.
@FireDiamond Thanks Professor ! Dakujem
Pierogi with sauerkraut and mushrooms are out of this world. Greetings from Poland!
Just a heads up they are not called pierogis they are pierogi, pierogi is already plural, take this from a polish person.
My mom and my aunts used to do the a same thing. And every one of them would end up taking back to their homes, dozens and dozens of pyrogies of different fillings packed in plastic bags to go into the chest style freezers they had at home. I miss home made pyrogies, as my mom and all my aunts are all passed away now.
I also very much enjoy the sweet farmers cheese piorogi
I remember it from Grandma's menu, it was very tasty and delicious! You remind me of childhood, thank you for that. Your recipe is easy to follow and I hope I can prepare
this is for my friends in England! I hope they will love it!
I've made your pierogies for my family the last 5 years or so at Christmastime. It has become part of my family's tradition to eat them. They absolutely love them and ask me if I'm making them each year. Thanks so much Jenny for posting this recipe. I watch it every year. My polish father would be proud of me for learning to make them :)
I love that you count the kneads, that sooooo helpful!
Love your recipes! You make it look so easy! Thank you
Going to try this. I love your videos and the way you present everything in detail. I’ve also learned a few tricks too. Like pre-portioning the filling. I have shared your recipe for chicken pot pie to many people. Thanks so much.
Your potato and cheese pierogi recipe looks very good. Nice job!
I never knew that she could cook like this ! I remember watching her talk show years ago !
I have to applaud you. You make things so easy to do with your explicit directions and witty remarks that keep people's attention. I have learned so much about Polish cooking through your videos. I have made these pierogi often. You mentioned Farmer's cheese. I have found none in this area (central Florida). Cream cheese works fine for me. Thanks for your inspiration!
Jenny, I really love your videos - steps are clearly shown and you made them so easy to understand. Really appreciate them.
God bless you Jenny...this recipe (and others), takes me back to when I was a boy and my dear late Mamma would make all these delicious Polish and Ukrainian recipes. I have many fond memories of the great meals, festive occasions and of my dear parents now in Heaven. Love and hugs from British Columbia, Canada🥰❤
I have never tried making pierogi this way, but OMG they are so good. Thank you Jenny.
this woman needs a show on food network
Perhaps she is done with network television companies. UAclips and word of mouth will get her viewers. Funny thing, when I first bumped into this UAclips channel I thought there was some familiarity. Her voice is distinct but I couldn’t exactly place it. Then reading a comment it finally dawned on me that this is Jenny Jones from Canadian TV. Reminiscing now of the 80s and 90s. She still has the same quirky energy and humour I use to remember. Awesome cooking channel.
She's Jenny Jones from the 80s talk show.
OMG they look so good. I love pierogies and they are so versatile in what you make them with!
Jenny you need a cooking show love ur recipes no fancy spices and easy to make thanks for sharing Ps I love love polish food!!
I love pierogi! When I saw this video, I knew that I had to watch it! You make your food look sooo good! I am jealous!😁😁😁😁
You are so entertaining Jenny and of course wonderful cook and instructor.
Never cooked/ate polish food and having watched 3 of your videos in a row I will definitely try cooking one of these recipes.
Never have I seen someone make a whipped mashed potato with no milk 😳 I bet that is a good thing because you are using it as a filling Thanks Jenny 💖👍
Absolutely love cooking with Jenny :) she is so sweet and my perogies turned out great , thanks pretty lady XOX
Love Jenny's presentation. I have lots of Polish cookbooks, but it is not the same as seeing the process. My mom never taught me the specifics. Thank you Jenny.
I can't get enough of watching Jenny cook 🙊😁
Thank you so much for your shows. Great instruction, delivered clearly and competently.
Dziękuje bardzo Jenny....these were the bestest bestest pierogi and boy did we enjoy them! Made them for Polish Christmas.
TFS! Love watching you cook and bake, have even made your recipe for homemade buns, turned out great. My parents immigrated from Ukraine to Montreal, where I was born. My mom made the most fantastic verenyky (Ukrainian for perogies) and the best homemade bread! 🇨🇦
Loved this tutorial! Being Polish and Hungarian... this is one of my most fave polish dishes along side Haluski (cabbage and noodles)
HALUŠKY??????? THEY ARE SLOVAKIAN
Love your simple recipes 🥰
Your pierogi are like what my elders made -- not uniform, not SMALL.
I always thought these would be imtimidating to make, but you made it look so easy. Thank you.
You have NO idea how thrilled I am to have found you! You were my favorite talk show host back in the day when I watched talk shows (and you hosted) and now you're here cooking polish food for me. Thanks for this recipe, I can't wait to try it, et al, at our next Christmas Eve Wigilia, my in-laws will be so impressed!
P.S. 🏡I love your house!
OMG! I thought I recognized you Jenny! I just couldn't remember I thought and kept thinking but then someone said it's you Jenny Jones! Just so pretty and gracious as ever too! I had no idea that you could cook like a 5-star chef! Love the way you use colors in your beautiful kitchen and for bringing us these wonderful Polish recipes. Thank you Jenny!
Just discovered your channel. Love all your recipes and your style. Make me want to make some pierogis right now.
Jenny! Omg! Thank you so much for this recipe ❤️ So efficient and straight to the point. So excited to make this for my family
I love any filled "dumpling." Ravioli, pierogi, potstickers, ha gow and shu mai (steamed Chinese dim sum dumplings). Thanks for this, Jenny!
I LOVE Jenny, oh, and Periogi! 😍😄Thank you soo much for sharing your easy, yet, wonderfully DELISHUS(yea, I know it's not spelled like that) recipes! Hugs and hope you safe during Covid-19 pandemic.
I grew up with ... pierogi, but never made them. Now, found you! Will make them for Christmas! Smacznego! Greetings from Australia!
I love that she's mostly American, but this is her second polish recipe that I watched, and it is exactly how it should be. In Poland we add more pepper, but not everybody likes that. Also my dad recommends to add smoked white cheese instead of regular white
I had them in Poland a few weeks ago, so now I'm going to make my own. Thanks!
You are a very kind person ...
I've already baked one of your great chocolat cakes !
It tasted great !
The best pierogi are with saurekraut & wild mushrooms. Always served at Christmas Eve dinner. Yuuuuuummmm
One of my favorite polish dishes 😍
I see that people likes Polish pierogi :D
Im from Poland and i love pierogi so much... The best pierogi są pierogi z jagodami (Pierogi with blueberries) try them too. Your pierogi looks really good.
I have to say this Jenny, but your kitchen is the most colorful and cheerful kitchen I have ever seen. Your kitchen gives me inspiration.
Enjoyed your recipe, and realized who you were in a few minutes! Nice to see you, you look terrific! Your kitchen looks so inviting as well.
My favorite are the kapusta (sour kraut) pierogi and the farmer cheese pierogi. You can also fill them with pitted prunes. All traditional.
Hi Jenny, it's so pleasant to watch your recipe videos! Your are absolutely amazing! thank you!
Made these today! Thank you Jenny they came out awesome and I froze some for another day!
Jenny I love this recipe. I also appreciate your cooking videos. Your recipes are always great and interesting to watch. I can only imagine how much work and time you put into your videos. A big thank you from Connecticut!
I wish there are newer videos...where did you go Jenny? Come back and teach us more of your amazing recipes!
Always has been a classy & lovely woman. They don’t make em like this anymore.🌻
I don’t know who Jenny Jones is. Enlighten me.
Dziękuję bardzo moja droga! We tried this recipe today and it came out perfectly. I will confess that we didn't follow it precisely as we're in an Airbnb, but your demo is so comprehensive that it informed us how we could deviate and still have success!! So, thank you very much, my dear! On a side note, we miss your sunny disposition in the Chicago market. Do glad that we stumbled upon this channel!!
You are so much fun to watch and good with instruction....Love your recipes!
Wow never heard of this particular food looks and sounds delicious thanks for sharing! 💕💕
Merry Christmas, Jenny! I am baking your recipes for family for gifts. ❤️
Girl, you sho can cook! Yet another awesome polish dish which Ukrainians enjoy as well!!! I’m loving your channel!!!!’ My late husband and his family enjoyed the sauerkraut filled ones as well. We love them sautéed in butter, garlic and served with sour cream and polish sausage as well as stuffed cabbage!!! Ahh, such awesome memories!!!
TY Jenny you have the proper pronunciation! Congrats. I love em. However due to the time making them I do a "quikie" pierogi--whole grain egg noodles; cottage cheese & Philly cream cheese--both full fat--flavored with chives, parsley, pepper, dry mustard, Stevia, & basil. Mix all together, set aside. In large pot melt 1 pound butter or Smart Balance, add 3 large onions, 3 clove crushed garlic and lightly brown; add cooked egg noodles[full bag] to very low heat butter mix, pour cheese mix on top of noodles, cover pot, allow butter to climb up into noodles as the cheese melts down through noodles. I salt to taste per serving. Close taste but not as time consuming. Healthier than white bleached flour. Please try it it is good.
Missy Allen: YOU BOTH ARE LAZY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
keith hinkel .. me too my friend gave me the idea when i crave the pierogi and dont wanna do all the work..
elbo noodles (cooked )
Sautee onions in some butter
and add cottage cheese
not sure if this is your quick way but this way is perfect and yummy
Oh My! Jennie !Thank You Thank You Thank You. These came out FABULOUSI gave out some to my friends in my apartment, and they said the same thing. One person, thinks their a hit. Mom went to the angels in 2013 and I forgot to get her receipe. Anyway, Your dough is the bomb. That mean Fabulous. I have tried 4 other you tube stations on dough for perioges and they came out horrible. I used a Restaurant style can of Lekeuv , that is prune in Slovak, I am Slovak. Mom and Dad meet each other in an article from the Daily News in the 50's my Grandpa work as a Manitence man in the boiler room, and my aunt saw the article and Dad meet mom at her house in the Bronx, 6 months later they got married. My aunt and other grandmother always made perioges. I didn't get their receipe either. I did make a cook book, when I was living in Martin County Fl. My mom and my recipes are in that cookbook. We put Stuffed Cabbage in it, and Stuffed Peppers. I'm in the process of doing a real cookbook with pictures, and another can't tell anyone about that one either, cause its a secret. I need a publisher, got any ideas . Anyway how about going back on the air. Maybe a radio talk show, if you don't want to be in front of the camera. I thought you were in your 50's. I'm 56 . Love Happiness and Sunshine. Come live on the EAST COAST. WE would love to have you come live here. Take Care Jenny My Love to You..Miss Jane.
I love the sauerkraut perogies. I never see anyone making them on YT. I make them for new years Eve parties. Also, deep fried sauerkraut balls, mashed potatoes and a pork loin stuffed with kraut.
Thank you so much. I've always wanted to make these homemade! You cook so good.
Hey Jenny, have you ever done blueberry pierogies? My childhood best friend's mum used to make them stuffed with various things; mushrooms, blueberries, etc. I loved Saturdays at her place!
These will be a staple in our home! Thank you ❤️
I love pirogi's deep fried... they are an amazing comfort food... very bad for you but omg so good!
My family recipe is a little different, but I can't wait to try your dough recipe!! My Dad would get really creative with the fillings. Dzienkuje bardzo!
Yummmmmm! Love your cooking Jenny 🥰
Thank you very much! Remember my Ukrainian mother & grandmother making these but it all seemed so much work! Again, Jenny you make it so easy!