The dumplings were falling apart in the water until I added some baking powder to the batter (about 1 Tbs). They grow very much in size then, so if you add baking powder, make them very small.
I found this recipe while trying to find a pierogi recipe. It was very good. I didn't chop the bacon but fried it in the skillet and crumbled it when done, no messy clean-up of the food processor.
Since these are a relative of pierogis, you would probably do well by just sauteeing the onions and dumplings in butter.
Boil the dumplings in a large kettle, not a pot. They need room to swim around in the boiling water.
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The dumplings were falling apart in the water until I added some baking powder to the batter...