To Poland with Love: Haggis Pierogi Recipe

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Got more Haggis than you know what to do with? This last recipe in our January series looks to Poland for culinery inspiration. Pierogi are dumplings, usually filled with simple ingredients like potato, ham, or cheese, and can be either fried or boiled. They are very popular, and for good reason!

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To make a Haggis version is very simple, so this recipe shouldn’t be at all difficult.

Haggis Pierogi

Ingredients:
3 cups flour
3 quarters of a cup water
2 eggs
teaspoon salt
Haggis

Process

Cook your Haggis according to package instructions and leave it to cool.

Seive the flour into a bowl
Beat the two eggs in a separate bowl.
Make a well in the centre of the flour and pour in the beaten eggs.
Stir the flour and egg mixture, adding in water as you go until the mixture becomes crumbly.
Use your hands to work the crumbly dough until it starts to come together.
Form it into a big bowl and rest for 30 minutes.

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Once the dough has rested, put some flour on your counter and rolling pin and roll the dough thinly.
Cut with cookie cutter.

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Spoon haggis into each circle, and pinch the edges down.

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Put a frying pan on the stove with some oil, and once the oil is hot start firing in the pierogi.

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Cook until golden brown and serve with your favourite condiments!

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