husband loved this. i learned that flouring my table liberally worked better because the dough would just stick to the work surface when i wet the edges my 'circles' would rip apart when i would try to peel them off.
what worked for me the best was rolling the dough out (dont forget to flour your rolling pin too!) then cutting out all the circles. then spoon the potatoes into each circle. then get a brush (don't use fingers, your fingers will become one clobbered up messed in no time!) and a cup of water and wet only one side of the circle shaped dough, pick up the dry side and press onto the wet side with your fingers, pick it up carefully and put on a baking sheet, rinse and repeat. start the boiling the water, and in another pan, fry up some cut up bacon. cook the now frozen perogies in the boiling water, transfer to another dish. once the bacon is cooked, scoop that out and add butter to the bacon grease. fry the perogies in there. when you are all done doing that, put the bacon bits on top of fried perogies then sprinkle chives or green onion on top, serve sour cream on the side.
also in a pinch i used plain yogurt instead of sour cream for the dough mix because i didn't have enough for the mix and to serve with at the end. still turned out great
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husband loved this. i learned that flouring my table liberally worked better because the dough...