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Italian Wonton Pierogies
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8 INGREDIENTS • 6 STEPS • 1HR 5MINS

Italian Wonton Pierogies

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Pierogis are Polish filled dumplings. My version is made with wonton wrappers because they’re thin and work excellent for this dish. The most critical finish to any pierogi is the butter. Without it, the dough gets dry, your expectations aren’t met and you end up with something less than a pierogi.
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Sear Nation
My name is Adam and my specialty is cooking at high temperatures. A grill is my favorite kitchen essential, followed by many other great tools. I am excited to bring a taste of Sear Nation to your very own table.
Pierogis are Polish filled dumplings. My version is made with wonton wrappers because they’re thin and work excellent for this dish. The most critical finish to any pierogi is the butter. Without it, the dough gets dry, your expectations aren’t met and you end up with something less than a pierogi.
1HR 5MINS
Total Time
$3.89
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
4
US / Metric
Wonton Wrappers
40
Wonton Wrappers
Italian Sausage Link
8 oz
Italian Sausage Links
Garlic
1/2 Tbsp
Garlic, minced
Ricotta Cheese
1 cup
Ricotta Cheese
Mozzarella Cheese
1 cup
Fresh Parsley
1 Tbsp
Butter
1 stick
Ground Black Pepper
to taste
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
1411
Fat
46.0 g
Protein
52.4 g
Carbs
192.7 g
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My name is Adam and my specialty is cooking at high temperatures. A grill is my favorite kitchen essential, followed by many other great tools. I am excited to bring a taste of Sear Nation to your very own table.
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step 1
First cook the Italian Sausage Links (8 oz) in a frying pan. Cut sausage down lengthwise with a knife and remove the skin. Sear ground sausage meat until done throughout.
step 2
Add Garlic (1/2 Tbsp) to the pan towards the end of cooking so it browns slightly.
step 3
Pulse cooked sausage meat in a blender for 5-10 seconds until it is a fine crumb. Remove and place in a medium-sized mixing bowl. Add Ricotta Cheese (1 cup), Mozzarella Cheese (1 cup), and Fresh Parsley (1 Tbsp). Mix until well combined.
step 4
Now its time to prepare the wonton pierogies. Start by boiling a large pot of water. Meanwhile, stuff each Wonton Wrappers (40) with about one tablespoon of filling. Dip your finger tip in water and trace the border of the wonton wrapper with your finger. This will moisten the edge of the dough and make for a better seal.
step 4 Now its time to prepare the wonton pierogies. Start by boiling a large pot of water. Meanwhile, stuff each Wonton Wrappers (40) with about one tablespoon of filling. Dip your finger tip in water and trace the border of the wonton wrapper with your finger. This will moisten the edge of the dough and make for a better seal.
step 5
Fold in half the wonton wrapper, sealing the filling inside. Pinch tightly the edges and try to push out most of the air before completely sealing. Large air pockets if sealed in the pierogie will expand rapidly in water, which is undesirable. Boil for 5-7 minutes.
step 6
Microwave Butter (1 stick) on fifty percent power until melted. Serve pierogies with a drizzle of melted butter and Ground Black Pepper (to taste) on top.
step 6 Microwave Butter (1 stick) on fifty percent power until melted. Serve pierogies with a drizzle of melted butter and Ground Black Pepper (to taste) on top.
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Appetizers
Gluten-Free
Snack
Shellfish-Free
Dinner
Quick & Easy
Italian
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