Easy Pierogis Recipe for Cancer and Chemotherapy
Ease of Preparation: Easy Recipe
One of my mom’s favorites and an exceptionally easy snack. The main benefit to this dish is that all you have to do it take them out of the freezer and make them really quick. This dish is easy and quick when you’re in a pinch for time.
This recipe should taste savory.
The weight of this recipe is medium.
The texture of this recipe is soft.
This recipe is good for people with low to severe treatment side effects.
This recipe gives an emotional response of comfort food.
This recipe is best categorized as Polish.
1 package frozen pre-made pierogis.
2 tbsp. oil
Take pierogis and sauté pan with lid. Fill sauté pan 1/2 with water. Bring to a boil. Then add frozen pierogis. Boil about 6 minutes. Dump water and pierogis into strainer. Bring sauté pan back to high heat. Add 2 tbsp. of oil. When oil is hot, add pierogis and pan fry until browned about 4 minutes.
Chef Recipe Tips:
Makes a good quick snack. Can be found in Walmart in the frozen food aisle and other major grocery stores. Serve with sour cream or hot sauce. My mom went crazy for these because they were so simple and easy!
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