How To Serve
Use your imagination!
Millie's pierogi can be used as a main dish, an hors d'oeuvre, a substitute for potatoes...pretty much anything you can think of! What follows is a list of many ways to serve pierogi, some traditional and some downright weird!
- Warm them in gently simmering water.
- Serve with sauteed onions or bacon.
- Cover with sour cream.
- Steam and brush with butter.
- Bake with a coating of bread crumbs.
- Grill in butter.
- Deep fat fry.
- My favorite way to eat a plain cheese pierogi is to saute it slowly over medium heat with butter, then sprinkle with granulated sugar.
- A customer at a demonstration in a supermarket told me an elaborate recipe for making a casserole with her homemade Italian sauce, ending by saying, "My dear, by the time I'm done with them you'll never know they're Polish!"
From our Customers
- Boston, MA - "I put them in a greased baking pan, sprinkled the pierogi with pepper, powdered shallots, garlic powder, etc. and broiled them until both sides are lightly brown - wonderful as a first course (2 or 3 to each person) with a glass of tomato juice. They called me Julia Child Jr. for that (I forgot to tell you that I dribbled olive oil over all before broiling)."
- Sparks, NV - "I even experimented on a butter-maple-coconut sauce on the prune variety."
- Orient Beach, NY - "We sauteed them (with onions) in butter and ate them with sour cream - out of this world!!"
- At the Taste of West Springfield - "Hot sauce!"
- At the Taste of Springfield - "Saute garlic in oil, turn down heat, add pierogi, sprinkle with rosemary and cover 'til warmed through. Then uncover and brown a bit more."