Traditional Polish Pierogi are pieces of thin, elastic and well-sticking dough filled with various fillings and boiled in water or steamed, baked, fried or grilled; the dough can be made from any type of flour (wheat, rice, corn, rye, buckwheat) with the addition of water, eggs, yeast and fat (butter, oil, lard), cream and other flavoring, aroma and coloring additives (spinach or beetroot). Pierogi, a dish that can be found in many cuisines around the world, e.g. in Polish, Italian, Russian, Ukrainian, Mexican, Indian and Jewish cuisines; It is a culinary concept from China, which probably reached Poland in the 13th century, and now also appears in English cuisine.

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