Gluten Free Cheddar Bacon Perogies Recipe - Food.com (2024)

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Submitted by Az B8990

"This is a combination of several recipes I have tried over the years. My family prefers these to the perogies bought in Polish bakeries. I also use a rice based "cheddar" to make it dairy free."

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Ready In:
1hr 10mins

Ingredients:
12
Serves:

5

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ingredients

  • Filling

  • 12 tablespoon onions, grated
  • 78 tablespoon butter
  • 78 - 1 14 large potatoes
  • 12 cup cheddar cheese, grated
  • 14 cup crumbled cooked bacon
  • 14 to taste salt and pepper
  • Dough

  • 12 cup gluten-free flour
  • 14 teaspoon salt
  • 14 egg
  • 18 cup water
  • 18 cup cold mashed potatoes
  • 14 tablespoon butter, melted

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directions

  • Filling:

  • Cook the onion in the butter until tender.
  • Add onions and cheese to hot cooked potatoes and mash thoroughly.
  • Add bacon, salt, and pepper to taste.
  • Set aside, let cool to room temperature before using.
  • Dough:

  • Mix flour and salt in a deep bowl.
  • Add egg, mashed potatoes, melted butter, and enough water to make dough medium soft.
  • Knead until smooth (use floured board).
  • Divide dough into 2 parts, cover, let stand 10 minutes.
  • Roll dough thin on floured board.
  • Cut dough using a round cookie cutter or drinking glass.
  • Place spoonful of filling in each circle - fold in half.
  • Press edges together with fingers. If dough does not stick, dampen edges slightly.
  • Place on floured board and cover with damp towel to keep moist.
  • Place perogies in pot of rapidly boiling salt water - do not over crowd pot.
  • Stir gently to keep from sticking - do not use a sharp spoon.
  • Cook until perogies begin to float and are well puffed, about 3 minutes.
  • Remove from pot and drain well.
  • Continue to cook remaining perogies.
  • If desired, after boiling fry with butter and chopped onions until slightly browned.

Questions & Replies

Gluten Free Cheddar Bacon Perogies Recipe - Food.com (5)

  1. Does the gluten free flour have to have xanthan gum in it? I make my own mix, and I didn't add any. While the dough rolled out OK, it fell apart as soon as I tried to fold it over the filling.

    carons67

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Reviews

  1. These are delicious! I made them for my Polush mother who is now gluten free. She hasn't had any in many years and really enjoyed these saying the filling was very "tasty". She used to make them a lot when I was a child. This is the first time I've made perogies and I discovered that they are very labour intensive but for special ocassions, they're a real treat. Thanks for the great recipe.Just one thing to note: I used 6 large potatoes and could have made another 30-40 perogies if I'd had more pastry. When I make them again, I'll only used 2 large potatoes. I'm sure it'll be plenty.Made for the Aus/NZ recipe swap #24 - Feb 2009.

    busyozmum

  2. I would caution everyone to use a GF flour like Cup4Cup, or perhaps whatever GF flour you use that DOES have Xanthan Gum in it, to take out 1/2 cup of the flour and replace it with 1/2 cup of Tapioca Starch. Tapioca starch gives ELASTICITY to dough and would greatly assist in this aspect of making pierogi, or ravioli, etc. The issue with GF flours is that they are missing what gives dough elasticity.

    Donna C.

  3. If I could give it a zero, I would. I'm an experienced cook. Dough was unusable, even for a gluten free formulation. Waste of time and ingredients.

    Greg B.

  4. Which gluten free flower did you use?

    Joanna J.

  5. Are you able to freeze these?

    grifferson_11025934

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FAQs

What is the best topping for pierogies? ›

For a traditional and refreshing twist, sour cream and chives are an absolute must-try topping for your pierogi. The creamy and tangy nature of sour cream beautifully enhances the delicate flavors of the dumplings, while the fresh, earthy taste of chives adds a burst of herbaceous goodness.

Does Mrs T's pierogies have gluten? ›

T's Pierogies Classic Cheddar. This product has 2 ingredients with gluten and 3 ingredients that may have gluten.

What makes pierogi so good? ›

Regardless of how you choose to spell it, pierogi are the very definition of comfort food. Think pillow-soft dumplings, oozing butter, filled with deep flavours and often served with a smorgasbord of toppings or sides (often crispy bacon and sour cream).

What is a good sauce to put on perogies? ›

If Pierogi could speak Italian, they would be covered in fragrant Marinara, Arrabiata or Puttanesca. These tomato-based sauces go well with Potato & Cheese (Ruskie), Spinach & Cheese or Meat Pierogi. If you're stuffing the dumplings with spicy meat and/or beans, Mexican-style Tomato Salsa will complement them nicely.

How many perogies per person? ›

Melt a tablespoon of butter in a pan on medium heat, then fry up as many perogies as you want. (Six per person is plenty, these are really rich and filling.) Flip them every few minutes until they're browned on all sides. Serve with scallions and a dollop of sour cream.

Why are hashbrowns not gluten-free? ›

Are Hash Browns Gluten-Free? The question of whether hash browns are gluten-free is more tricky as hash browns are processed food, so it really depends on the way they have been made as well as the ingredients used in their preparation. Frozen hash browns can be gluten-free or contain gluten.

How do you cook frozen gluten-free perogies? ›

Add 1 1/2 tablespoons of salt to 4 quarts of water, bring to a boil, gently place frozen pierogies into water. Stirring gently, bring water to a simmer & cook pierogies for approx. 8-10 minutes. Drain well, top with your favorite trimmings.

What is the best flour for pierogi? ›

Monika starts with boiling water and a specialty flour called Maka Puszysta, a very fine flour made just for pierogi dough. If you don't have a Polish grocery nearby, Monika suggests using extra fine flour (like Italian "00" flour used for pasta-making) as a substitute, as long as there are no additives.

Is it better to boil or pan fry perogies? ›

A tried and true method for cooking pierogies is frying. The texture is crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside.

Should you boil frozen pierogies before frying? ›

Things You Should Know

Sauteeing frozen pierogies takes 8-10 minutes, baking takes 18-20 minutes, and deep-frying takes 4 minutes. Boil fresh-frozen pierogies in a pot for around 5 minutes (until they float). Then, saute them for 3 minutes.

What is the best flavor pierogi? ›

Top 10 Pierogi Fillings
  • Mushroom pierogi - Chanterelle mushroom filling, a modern, more fancy variation of the sauerkraut-mushroom type.
  • Spinach pierogi - delicious and modern.
  • Duck meat pierogi - this filling is all it can be: delicious, modern and fancy, especially when served with cranberry sauce!
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What to pair with perogies? ›

Here are some of the best side dishes to serve with pierogi:
  • Smoked sausages.
  • Crispy bacon crumbles.
  • Sautéed onions and mushrooms.
  • Crunchy vegetable salads.
  • Sour cream.
  • Mustard and horseradish blend.
  • Fruit compote.
  • Cinnamon sprinkles.
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How do Polish people eat pierogies? ›

Ways To Eat Pierogi
  • Boiled Pierogi topped with caramelized onion.
  • Boiled Pierogi topped with caramelized onion in butter & paprika sour cream.
  • Boiled & pan-fried Pierogi topped with onion, sage, and jalapeno.
  • Boiled Pierogi topped with caramelized onion and Polish sausage.
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What is the traditional way to eat pierogies? ›

The traditional way to eat pierogi is to use a fork. Pierogi are typically served as a main dish or side dish, and using a fork allows you to easily pick up the pierogi and enjoy them with your other meal components.

Do you have to boil pierogies before frying them? ›

However, it's not a must—you can also cook frozen pierogies right in the skillet without boiling them—and they will turn out delicious. But, if you're a stickler for tradition, bring a pot of salted water to a boil, drop the pierogies in and wait for them to float. It takes around 3 minutes.

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