I boiled these in a rice cooker with the water not covering them, but maybe coming up to about half way, so they are part boiled, part steamed.
This comfort soup is hot and filling. It’s good for after or between (if you have the privilege of making your lunches and eating at home) a hard day’s work in the cold. (Or a fun day of play outside in the cold.)
Inspired by an old friend, who is no longer a friend. Oh, how I miss her! But, the Lord knew it would be for the best…
I have eaten and enjoyed pierogis since I was a child (or at least I think I was a child when I had my first pierogis. My first clear memory of pierogis is eating them smothered in spaghetti sauce). I recommend melted vegan butter or olive oil and garlic instead. While spaghetti sauce is okay, it may tend to overpower the flavor of the pierogis. Vegan butter and/or olive oil doesn’t, but instead enhances the flavor. Continue reading