Even though you may have seen them many times, you may not know what they are - pierogies. A pierogi is a polish food - a small case of dough, filled with a typically savory filling and cooked by boiling and then panfrying. In Japan, they're called Gyoza Dumplings. Many forms of Asian culture have their own version as well. Mexican culture has their own version, known as an Empanada.
To find fantastic Perogies in Austin, it's not easy. While there used to be a few of the around, COVID-19's effects have closed a handful of wonderful options permanently. However, when it comes to getting your hands on the best Perogies in Austin, there is one option that will make you very happy - Nosh Perogi.
In the heart of Central Texas you may now find a Polish Classic. Nosh Pierogi offers traditional and some unexpected combinations that are “sure to impress your taste buds”. They pay homage to a polish classic with an original family dough recipe that sets them apart, then stuff it with unique flavorful fillings that are anything but traditional. They are breaking the mold and taking this time-tested favorite to a whole another level. They set out to showcase the versatility of this classic by using locally sourced organic ingredients to create mouthwatering combinations. Nosh Pierogi strive to deliver easy to make, easy to eat “artisan dumplings” from their heart to your table. The Pierogi are sold frozen by the 1/2 dozen so you can have them on hand to enjoy anytime.
Available at Fresh Plus Grocery, on Sundays at the Texas Farmer's Market (4209 Airport Blvd. Austin, Texas 78722) and online at www.noshpierogi.com or call them at (512) 743-2289.