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At Pelmen Foods, we sell a whole range of pierogies and pelmeni to bring you the unique and authentic flavors of this famous Polish dish. Buy frozen pelmeni today at retail outlets near you to indulge in a traditional Polish feast.

What are perogies made of?

Perogie or pierogi is a Polish dish that has its origins in central and eastern European countries as well. It is a dumpling with a sweet or savory filling inside that can be either cooked in boiling water, or fried in a pan. Perogie’s outer wrapping contains flour, eggs, and water and there are ‘n’ numbers of filling recipes for perogies.

Usual fillings in perogies include potato, minced meat, cheese, sauerkraut, and fruits. You can devour these dumplings as such or with a topping like sour cream, melted butter, whipped cream, fried onions, etc. We offer you 12 different exotic varieties of perogies with both sweet and savory fillings. Treat your taste buds by trying one of our signature flavors.

Different types of perogies

Perogie is a simple and easy to prepare dish that is exceptionally flavorful and tasty. Some of our bestselling perogies are::

  • Potato with cheddar cheese perogies - This flavor is a real treat to vegetarians and weight-watchers as this perogie is low in cholesterol and is made using all-vegetarian ingredients. These are made using wheat flour, potatoes, and cheddar cheese.
  • Sauerkraut perogies - These are vegan-friendly perogies that are made using ingredients like sauerkraut, wheat flour, corn starch, onions, and spices. This flavor is low in fat and cholesterol and does not contain any saturated fats.
  • Cherry Perogies – These contain fresh cherries, wheat flour, sugar, and corn starch. These are 100% dairy-free, and you can enjoy these either as a snack or a dessert.
  • Potato with cheddar cheese & bacon perogies - This flavor is for the bacon lovers and non-vegetarians. We make the filling for these perogies using potatoes, cheddar, wheat flour, spices, and bacon.

Explore our range of indigenous perogie flavors by buying a bag of our frozen food products. If you love Russian cuisine, buy frozen pelmeni - one of our flagship food products to submerge in an exquisite Russian palate.

What is the difference between perogies and pelmeni?

Perogie is a polish dumpling whereas pelmeni is a Russian dumpling with origins in Siberian cuisine as well. The significant difference between the two is the thickness of the dumpling dough. The outer wrapping of pelmeni is extremely thin while the outer covering of a perogie is slightly thick.

Pelmenis are served only with savory fillings while perogie fillings can be both savory as well as sweet. Another notable difference is that the filling in a pelmeni is always raw while a perogie filling is always pre-cooked. For the best-tasting perogies and pelmenis try our range of frozen food products today.

Indulge in sweet and savory perogies from Pelmen foods from a retail outlet near you. Buy frozen pelmeni, our signature Russian inspired dumplings for a one-way ticket to flavor town.

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