>classic cheddar pierogies
>drizzled with melted butter
>topped with grinder sea salt
>serve with sour cream
10/10 poorfag food, and oh so delicious
Random Midwest thing, but since I've moved out of Ohio nobody knows pickled beet eggs and I fucking love them
Nobody I know of has had a sloppy joe.
I was reminded of this the other day and have been craving it ever since. It's a slightly sweet, steamed bun stuffed with a tangy pork or chicken mixture. There's a soy based dipping sauce that comes with it and the whole thing is godly as fuck.
I'm sure it's similar. I know it's a lesser known Filipino dish. It actually takes a good bit of work from what I remember when my mom used to make it.
I kinda want to try and remake it but I can't bake for shit, let alone make these delectable sumbitches.
We got a recipe for it from our Filipino neighbor when I was younger. It's a Chinese dish by origin, I'm pretty sure.
They're fairly easy to make but time consuming. In a pinch, Trader Joe's has frozen ones that are pretty good.
Nobody i know has knowledge of them.
That's not to say they are a big thing in parts of Europe, but everyone I've known in California, Nevada, and Utah wouldn't have a clue what a pierogi is
I thought so too. Recently though whenever I've mentioned pierogies I've always been questioned as to what they are.
Which is weird because they're almost like a fucking staple food in Canada. At least, pan-fried pierogies are.
I guess to sort of contribute to the thread, I haven't heard all that much on jambalaya. Maybe it's just the communities I've been involved with, but nobody really cooks or knows all that much about it or spicy creole/cajun dishes in general.
It sucks, because I love me some jambalaya. It's top-tier winter food, right next to hearty stews and soups.
Go to green point in Brooklyn, every polack on every second corner store is flogging these mother fuckers and other delicious shits wrapped in cabbage. Wouldn't say underrated, but they can be tasty.
I was born and raised in Las Vegas, faggot. Nobody has the inside scoop on pierogies there.
And just in case you were referencing any other part of Nevada, your post doesn't matter because Las Vegas > greater than the entire rest of Nevada
That's the only kind I've seen at stores, though.
I've checked online and found that some have meat in them, yet they don't exist anywhere I've ever lived
>tfw when I realize I'll never have a true perogi dinner that includes beef
I used to prepare my pierogies just like this.
But I was shocked to discover what a disgusting plebian I was when I learned about frying them in olive oil after boiling. I tried going back to the no-fry method and literally gagged.
Honestly mate, I'm not the greatest cook either, but perogies are pretty damn easy. You don't even need to make your own dough for them if you don't want to.
Just look at how easy this shit is. He cheats with the dough.