This Polish sweet cheese pierogi recipe called pierogi ze słodkim serem is a popular Polish food that you can easily make at home!
What Is The Farmer Cheese Pierogi Recipe?
The pierogi ze słodkim serem or polish sweet cheese pierogi recipe is a traditional Polish pierogi made with a sweet cheese pierogi filling.
The pierogi are shaped by hands or by using a pierogi maker and then they’re boiled in hot water before serving!
But Where Did Pierogi Originate?
The answer depends on which European country you come from. Many Eastern European countries claim to have invented the pierogi, as do we Poles.
According to the legend, Saint Hyacinth of Poland or Saint Jacek Odrowąż as he’s known in Poland, probably brought the pierogi-making tradition to Poland from the Far East.
Saint Jacek, would feed these pierogi dumplings to the poor in the 13th century. And he was soon nicknamed ‘Saint Jacek with pierogi‘.
Anyways, back to the luscious sweet cheese pierogi. You can serve it as it is, or you create a mix-n-match of sweet pierogi filling by adding chopped fruits or other ingredients to the sweet cottage cheese pierogi filling. Some of my favorites are:
- Pierogi na słodkim serem i rodzynkami – Sweet cheese pierogi with raisins
- Pierogi na slodko z serem i jagodami – Sweet cheese pierogi with bilberries
- Pierogi na slodko z serem i Czeresniami – Sweet cheese pierogi with cherries
- Pierogi na slodko z serem i truskawkami – Sweet cheese pierogi with strawberries
How To Serve Sweet Cheese Pierogi?
Sweeet cheese pierogi taste perfect on their own, so simply top them with melted butter before serving! Alternatively, sprinkle with crumbled cheese, powdered sugar, or cinnamon powder!
You can also serve with any of these:
- sour cream
- sweet cream
- whipped cream
- fruit jam – blueberry, strawberry, cherry, etc
- chopped fresh fruit
Tips For This Polish Sweet Cheese Pierogi Recipe
- Make sure the water is boiling before adding the pierogi to it!
- The dumplings are ready when they start to float.
- If storing one on top of the other, add melted butter between each layer.
- Top with melted butter before serving!
- Fry day-old pierogis with butter to get a nice crunchy exterior.
- Tastes best warm!
FAQs About Making The Best Sweet Cottage Cheese Pierogi
What Cheese Should I Use To Make Sweet Cheese Pierogi?
You can use any dry cheese you want to make this pierogi. Or you can make cottage cheese at home a few days earlier and use that.
If you don’t have any farmer’s cheese, Philadelphia cheese with sugar will work as well.
What Equipment Do I Need To Make Polish Sweet Cheese Pierogi?
To make sweet pierogi with cheese filling you will need these items:
Is It Possible To Make This Sweet Cheese Pierogi Recipe Vegan?
Yes, to make this sweet cheese pierogi recipe vegan, do not add the egg in the dough or the egg yolk in the filling. Also, replace the cottage cheese with vegan cheese or a nut cheese like this one made with almond milk.
How Long Can I Store Sweet Cheese Pierogi?
Sweet cheese pierogi can be stored in the refrigerator for 4 to 5 days, or in the freezer for a few months. Reheat with melted butter before serving.
How To Reheat Sweet Cheese Pierogi?
To reheat sweet cheese pierogi, top them with melted butter and heat them in an oven, microwave, or frying pan.
Authentic Polish Sweet Cheese Pierogi Recipe
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Dough for pierogi with sweet cheese
Sweet cheese pierogi filling
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How To Make The Sweet Cheese For Pierogi?
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How To Cook Pierogi With Sweet Cheese?
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 429Total Fat: 30gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 23gCholesterol: 60mgSodium: 184mgCarbohydrates: 33gFiber: 1gSugar: 9gProtein: 8g
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