"Pierogi are originally a recipe from Slavic Pagan cultures of Eastern and Central Europe. Originally they were served exclusively as a meal following the completion of a magick ritual performed by a group of practitioners or as an offering to gods (specific deities) one would call when casting the spells for the peace at home, in the family, or a community. This was their primary purpose, and again is nowadays in some neopagan groups in Eastern and Southern Europe, mostly as a ritual meal.

Mix 1 egg, 1 tbsp oil, a pinch of salt and enough flour to make a good pasta dough. Roll this out thin. Cut circles out of the though, using a floured, upturned glass. Place a small amount of filling in the center of the circle and fold over, wetting the edge to seal. Boil in salted water until tender. You may then fry them in butter with sliced onions. Serve with sour cream.

Pierogi fillings:
Seasoned Mashed potatoes
Seasoned mashed potatoes & sauer kraut
Seasoned farmer's cheese
Chopped mushrooms with onion
Ground meat mixed with 1 raw egg & some dill-weed
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