Varenyky are stuffed dumplings of unleavened dough which are widespread in Russia as well as in Ukrain and Baltic countries. They are traditionally associated with the Ukrainian cuisine and considered a national dish of Ukraine. Varenyky are nearly identical with some types of Polish pierogi.
Varenyky are boiled or sometimes steamed and the word itself means literally "a boiled thing".
Our frozen varenyky stuffed with mashed potato, mushrooms and fried onion are home-made so you will enjoy them! They are convenient food - can be stored frozen, then cooked in a few minutes.
During preparation, the filling is wrapped with dough, and then varenyky get frozen. You just boil them for several minutes in salt water, and then cover with butter. You can steam them as well. Top with fried onions and accompany with a generous heap of sour cream. Left-over varenyky may be fried as well.