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Freezing Potato Pierogi

luciaannek | Dec 3, 201108:28 AM     22

Hello!
I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried freezing poatoe and cheese pierogi. It would be sooo nice to have homemade pierogi ready to go.
At what point do you freeze them? I'd assume that you'd do it either before you boil them, or after you boil them but before you fry them.

I know potato things are notoriously hard to freeze (b/c of unfreezing very grainy), but there are lots of kinds sold frozen so I'm wondering if this works. If not have you tried freeze cabbage cheese or other kinds of pierogi? Does that work?

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