Pierogi are dumplings that can be sweet or savory, ranging from two-bite size to six inches long. They are boiled then pan-fried, usually with lots of butter and squiggles of onion, then served as a side dish or main course. Always a presence on the menu in Polish restaurants, savory pierogi are most commonly filled with cheese, ground pork or beef, sauerkraut, or potatoes. Sweet fillings can be apricot, plum, or berries.

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