Gluten Free Perogies | Gluten Free Pierogi Recipe | Sour Cream Recipe (2024)

Gluten Free Perogies

These Gluten Free Perogies (or Pierogi) taste just like regular Perogies. They’re Easy-to-Make and are a great Gluten Free Side Dish for Large Family Dinners, like Christmas or Thanksgiving.There are so many different ways to make Perogies. A few of my favorite ways are to add Ground Sausage or Chopped Crispy Bacon or for something Sweet I like to add Blueberry or Apple Pie Filling instead of the potato mixture. Another of my favorites is the Sausage and Sauerkraut Perogie, where you fry up some sausage and sauerkraut with some onion.They can be deepfried or cooked in a frying pan.Either way they’re sure to impress.

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How to Make Gluten Free Perogies

In a large mixing bowl, mix sour cream, rice flour, corn starch and salt until a smooth dough forms. Add 1 or 2 Tbsp more of sour cream or rice flour if needed.Cover the dough and place in the fridge for 1/2 an hour.

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Roll out 1/2 of the doughat a time onto a (rice) floured counter top, with a lightly (rice) floured rolling pin. Using a round cookie cutter or glass cup, cut out circles. If the dough breaks, just press it back together with your fingers.Place 1 Tsp of the potato mixture onto each of the dough circles. Fold the circle in half, then press the edges closed making sure to seal all sides.

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Peal, cut and boil the potatoes. Then strain, mash and add milk and 1 Tbsp of butter.Dice then fry onion in the remaining butter.Add the cooked onions and cheese to the mashed potatoes, add salt and pepper to taste. Stir well with a stiff spoon until the mixture is somewhat smooth. Set aside to cool.

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Place the gluten free perogies onto a lined or lightly (rice) floured cookie sheet or plate. Cover and place in the fridge for 1/2 hour.

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Fill a large pot half full with water, bring to boil.Add the gluten free perogies a few at a time and boil until they start to float off the bottom, about 3-5 minutes.Carefully transfer to a frying pan and fry in butter or oil until browned. Flip them half way.

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Gluten Free Perogies (Pierogi)

TheGluten Free PerogiesDough is more delicate than traditional Perogie Dough. If the dough breaks just press it back together with your fingers. It helps to keep the dough covered at all times. Also don’t use too much flour when rolling the dough out. This will help keep the dough from drying out, which will help keep it from cracking.

One of the reasons that I use rice flour in most of my recipes is because its so inexpensive. You can find it for $1.00 a bag at Asian Supermarkets or in the import sections at Larger Grocery Stores. It’s also very versatile and doesn’t have a weird after taste like a lot of other gluten free flours do.

This fantastic dough can be used for a number of other things besides Gluten Free Perogies. I used it make Gluten Free Two Bite Pizza Pops as well. What kind of filling is your favorite?

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Gluten Free Perogies

“These Gluten Free Perogies (or Pierogi) taste just like regular Perogies. They’re Easy-to-Make and are a great Gluten Free Side Dish for Large Family Dinners, like Christmas or Thanksgiving.There are so many different ways to make Perogies. “

Ingredients

For the Dough:

1/2 Cup Sour Cream

1 Cup Rice Flour

1/2 Cup Corn Starch

1/2 Tsp Salt

For the Filling:

2 Large White Potatoes

1/2 of a White Onion

2 Tbsp Butter

1/4 Cup Milk

1 Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese

Salt and Pepper

Directions

1. In a large mixing bowl, mix sour cream, rice flour, corn starch and salt until a smooth dough forms. Add 1 or 2 Tbsp more of sour cream or rice flour if needed.

2. Cover the dough and place in the fridge for 1/2 an hour.

3. Peal, cut and boil the potatoes. Then strain, mash and add milk and 1 Tbsp of butter.

4. Dice then fry onion in the remaining butter.

5. Add the cooked onions and cheese to the mashed potatoes, add salt and pepper to taste. Stir well with a stiff spoon until the mixture is somewhat smooth. Set aside to cool.

6. Roll out 1/2 of the doughat a time onto a (rice) floured counter top, with a lightly (rice) floured rolling pin. Using a round cookie cutter or glass cup, cut out circles. If the dough breaks, just press it back together with your fingers.

7. Place 1 Tsp of the potato mixture onto each of the dough circles. Fold the circle in half, then press the edges closed making sure to seal all sides.

8. Place the gluten free perogies onto a lined or lightly (rice) floured cookie sheet or plate. Cover and place in the fridge for 1/2 hour.

9. Fill a large pot half full with water, bring to boil.

10. Add the gluten free preogies a few at a time and boil until they start to float off the bottom, about 3-5 minutes.

11. Carefully transfer to a frying pan and fry in butter or oil until browned. Flip them half way.

12. Serve with a side of sour cream.

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Recipe Note:

– The perogies are very delicate. You can skip boiling them and just fry them instead if you find it easier.

– Gluten Free Perogies can be made ahead of time and frozen. Lay them out flat and uncooked before freezing. Drop the frozen gluten free perogies into boiling water the same way.

– Potato or Tapioca Starch can be used in place of the Corn Starch if needed.

– Xanthan gum can be used in the dough if desired. It will help the dough stick together a bit better. Use 1/2 a tsp if you prefer to add it.

– Rice Flour can vary from brand to brand. I’ve found that measurements can be different depending on the brand you’re using. The Thai brand which has red writing on the bag tends to be ground finer and can take more than the Indian rice flour that I get at Superstore. Both brands work wonderfully but there is a slight difference in the measurements, as I mentioned. Because of this, I like to add the flour a little a time until the consistency is right.

This recipe makes 24 Gluten FreePerogies.

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Gluten Free Perogies (Pierogi)

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Gluten Free Perogies

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Author: Lyndsay Baker

Serves: 24

Ingredients

  • For the Dough;
  • ½ Cup Sour Cream
  • 1 Cup Rice Flour
  • ½ Cup Corn Starch
  • ½ Tsp Salt
  • For the Filling:
  • 2 Large White Potatoes
  • ½ of a White Onion
  • 2 Tbsp Butter
  • ¼ Cup Milk
  • 1 Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese
  • Salt and Pepper

Instructions

  1. In a large mixing bowl, mix sour cream, rice flour and corn starch until a smooth dough forms.
  2. Cover the dough and place in the fridge for ½ an hour.
  3. Peal, cut and boil the potatoes. Then strain, mash and add milk and 1 Tbsp of butter.
  4. Dice then fry onion in the remaining butter.
  5. Add the cooked onions and cheese to the mashed potatoes, add salt and pepper to taste. Stir well with a stiff spoon until the mixture is somewhat smooth. Set aside to cool.
  6. Roll out ½ of the dough at a time onto a (rice) floured counter top, with a lightly (rice) floured rolling pin. Using a round cookie cutter or glass cup, cut out circles.
  7. Place 1 Tsp of the potato mixture onto each of the dough circles. Fold the circle in half, then press the edges closed making sure to seal all sides.
  8. Place the perogies onto a lined or lightly (rice) floured cookie sheet or plate. Cover and place in the fridge for ½ hour.
  9. Fill a large pot half full with water, bring to boil.
  10. Add preogies a few at a time and boil until they start to float off the bottom, about 3-5 minutes.
  11. Carefully transfer to a frying pan and fry in butter or oil until browned. Flip them half way.
  12. Serve with a side of sour cream.
  13. Note. Perogies can be made ahead of time and frozen. Lay them out flat and uncooked before freezing. Drop the frozen perogies into boiling water the same way.
  14. This recipe makes 24 Gluten Free Perogies.

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FAQs

What can I put on perogies if I don't have sour cream? ›

We substitute Greek yogurt for sour cream in most recipes. Tastes better and the wife is happy as she's convinced it's much better for you. We regularly make our own butter milk as required though. I like mayo on my perogy.

Are Mrs T pierogies gluten free? ›

This product has 2 ingredients with gluten and 3 ingredients that may have gluten.

What can you eat perogies with besides sour cream? ›

Here are some of the best side dishes to serve with pierogi:
  1. Smoked sausages.
  2. Crispy bacon crumbles.
  3. Sautéed onions and mushrooms.
  4. Crunchy vegetable salads.
  5. Sour cream.
  6. Mustard and horseradish blend.
  7. Fruit compote.
  8. Cinnamon sprinkles.
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How to cook frozen gluten free perogies? ›

How to Prepare Perogies
  1. Bring 2 litres of water to a full boil in a medium sized pot.
  2. Once boiling, gently add 1 bag (360 g) of frozen perogies. Reduce to a simmer.
  3. Add 1 tablespoon of oil to the water so the perogies don't stick together.
  4. Partially cover the pot. ...
  5. Gently remove the perogies with a slotted spoon.

What is a natural substitute for sour cream? ›

Yogurt is your best substitute for sour cream. Whether you're baking or making a dip or sauce, yogurt is a 1:1 sub. That means if your recipe calls for 1 cup of sour cream, you can replace it with 1 cup of yogurt. Full-fat Greek or natural yogurts work best, but low-fat or even nonfat can be used, too.

What can I substitute for sour cream in cheesy potatoes? ›

What can you substitute for sour cream in cheesy potatoes? Plain yogurt (or plain Greek yogurt), Mexican crema, or crème fraîche are all good substitutes for sour cream.

Why are hashbrowns not gluten-free? ›

This will depend on the brand and the way they are processed. If the frozen hash browns are only made of potatoes without any additional ingredients, they are likely to be gluten-free. Similarly, fresh hash browns are gluten-free as long as they are not cross-contaminated with other ingredients during preparation.

Can celiacs eat hash browns? ›

Hash browns are potatoes and should be gluten free, however, having someone else prepare them is a different story. They may have a flour coating on them or processed in a place where they make things with flour which can become airborne and get into everything. Check the label.

Can celiacs eat fried chips? ›

Chips are commonly made from naturally gluten-free ingredients like corn, potatoes, and veggies. Still, some may harbor gluten-containing ingredients like wheat starch and malt vinegar, so it's crucial to check product labels and know which ingredients to avoid.

Are perogies better boiled or sauteed? ›

Boiling Pierogi is the most popular method of cooking Pierogi because it adds no additional calories to your meal. It also offers a soft, delicate texture which is the more traditional way of eating Polish pierogi.

What is the difference between perogies and pierogies? ›

Also called perogi or perogy, Polish pierogi (pronounced pih-ROH-ghee) or homemade pierogies are small half-moon dumplings. They're also chock-full of fabulous fillings. Interestingly, the word pierogi is actually plural. But the singular form pieróg is hardly ever used.

Why is gluten-free stuff frozen? ›

Gluten-free baked goods don't tend to stay as fresh for as long as those with gluten, so freezing is a great option. Gluten-free also tends to dry out quicker than gluten-filled baked goods. For best results don't wait longer than a couple of days after baking to freeze.

Is gnocchi gluten-free? ›

While the primary ingredient in gnocchi is potatoes, flour is typically used as a binder in traditional gnocchi so this makes them definitely NOT gluten-free. However, if you need to eat gluten-free and you love gnocchi, not all hope is lost!

Can I use milk instead of sour cream? ›

Mix one cup of whole milk and a tablespoon juice of lemon to make sour cream replacement. Evaporated milk can be substituted for milk if you don't have any milk. Mix 2/3 cup powder milk with 3/4 cup water and a teaspoon of lemon juice/vinegar to make sour cream.

How to make sour cream without sour cream? ›

Homemade sour cream requires just two ingredients: heavy cream and an acid, like freshly squeezed lemon juice or distilled white vinegar. I like to use a ratio of 1 cup cream to 1 tablespoon lemon juice or vinegar. Combine heavy cream and lemon juice (or vinegar) in a clean glass jar and stir with a clean spoon.

What can I use instead of sour cream or yogurt in muffins? ›

Dairy-Based Sour Cream Substitutes
  1. Crème Fraîche. On the off-chance that you have crème fraîche on-hand, it makes a great substitute for sour cream and can be used in an equal amount. ...
  2. Crema Mexicana. ...
  3. Buttermilk or Kefir. ...
  4. Cream Cheese and Other Young Cheeses. ...
  5. DIY Sour Cream.
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Can you use plain yogurt instead of sour cream on a baked potato? ›

For topping baked potatoes, combine Greek yogurt with a pinch of salt, fresh pepper, and chives or parsley. Make a straight substitution — If you want to create healthier baked goods or just want a simple substitution, use an equal amount of yogurt in place of the sour cream.

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