Cooking pierogi is quick, simple, and delicious! Onions, plenty of butter, and golden brown dough with a little crunch, and an ooey gooey filling. That's a Christmas comfort food if I have ever heard of one.
Pierogi Cooking Instructions
- Melt two tablespoons of butter in a sauté pan.
- Once melted, add chopped onions, and cook until they begin to soften. About two minutes. You don't need to cook them too long because they will continue cooking once you add the pierogies.
- Add 4-6 pierogi at a time, and cook for 3-4 minutes per side. You can gently flip them with a spatula every couple of minutes to ensure even cooking and no burning on either side.
- Once crispy and golden brown on each side, remove contents of pan to a plate, and serve immediately. Add salt and pepper if you wish, but if they're really good pierogies, like the ones I make. You won't need to add anything!