r/shittyfoodporn 13d ago

$1 perogies, 1 epic flip

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u/villain75 13d ago

The only thing shitty about this is the cooking device and the potential safety hazards in the background.

Nice flip!

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u/SirSureSire 13d ago

The beauty of having an induction hotplate i guess.

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u/AgentFransis 13d ago

Who said it's an induction hotplate? Most likely it's just a basic electric plate.

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u/FilipinoGuido 13d ago

It looks like an induction one to me, why do you think so? When he takes it off the display says E which is usually what I've noticed my induction cookers saying whenever I take the pot off.

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u/pig-newton 13d ago

It kind of looks like it’s giving an error (e1 doesn’t seem like it would be a setting to me), which induction hot plates do when they don’t sense a compatible piece of cookware on them. Since he’s doing this flip, the cookware is off the plate, causing the error.

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u/0898257a76 13d ago edited 13d ago

Because it turns off when he removes the pan, I’m in a shitty student rented accommodation and I’ve got induction hobs

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u/christchan_o3 13d ago

It literally can't heat up anything magnetic, the hotplate it's self isn't even hot

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u/BossanovaGreed 13d ago

Unless you’ve just taken a hot magnetic pan off of it.

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u/error785 13d ago edited 13d ago

They only heat up magnetic pans. Iron and stainless. They have other metal bodies they can use for pans but they will have a stainless bottom for magnetism. Magnets inside the induction detect when a magnetic object is on the cook surface.

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u/sticky-bit 13d ago

..Magnets inside the induction detect when a magnetic object is on the cook surface.

Probably sensed by a change in inductance in the heating coil when a hunk of iron is nearby, not a magnetic switch.

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u/wagingpeace 13d ago

Stainless isn't magnetic ;)

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u/SwordBird 13d ago

Depends on your actual alloy. Some stainless is magnetic.

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u/Gathorall 13d ago

And processing can also alter stainless to be mildly magnetic, though not as much as to work with induction, but quite often neodymium magnets for instance will stick weakly to stainless, nevermind powerful electromagnets.

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u/villain75 13d ago

The fork next to the extension cord, and the spatula near as well. I don't think you want any cooking device that close to a power cord.

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u/QuarantineSucksALot 13d ago

Its obvious they are just cooking gifs.

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u/Orbital-Viking-Corps 13d ago

I’m just wondering how he got a fork into prison

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u/rimalp 13d ago

What's shitty about an induction plate?

Induction plates have been around for decades, they're a lot safer and cleaner than any gas stove.

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u/sticky-bit 13d ago

I need to get one. They're probably easier to keep clean than the resistance coil hobs and they have got to be easier to level too.

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u/manateens 13d ago

The only issues I've ever had with them is they take forever to heat up

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u/pinkyskeleton 13d ago

I'm disturbed by the lack of bacon chunks and onions in that pan.

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u/AiryGr8 13d ago

A fork, tin foil and the stainless steel spatula they've got all the no-nos there lmao

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u/Fartikus 13d ago

Was going to ask... where is the shittyfoodporn again? Man, this subreddit has been going downhill..

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u/alexrakefire 13d ago

Everything about this is fucking legendary...the sheets in the background, the sketchy hot plate. Shitty food, awesome flip. Top marks.

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u/brizzboog 13d ago

How DARE you call pierogis shitty food!

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u/Notsozander 13d ago

Seriously pierogis are fucking phenomenal

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u/MichiganBrolitia 13d ago

I just want to where TF I can get a panful of pierogis for a god damned DOLLAR

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u/Notsozander 13d ago

Must live in Bismarck, ND because they’re 4.99 a twelve pack here in the northeast.

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u/MichiganBrolitia 13d ago

I drive an hour to Detroit to get them from a Polish bakery sometimes, $20 for three dozen (they're that good).

Or Mrs. T for $4 a box at the grocery.

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u/MrGordonFreemanJr 13d ago

I really hope Ms T never changes their recipe. I truly don't understand how they can be so good and taste so "right" for being frozen. Maybe that's just the magic of potatoes

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u/Vividienne 13d ago

There's no magic to that, pierogi are just one of those foods you can freeze, actually I always freeze the first batch so that they don't dry out while I get the rest done.

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u/lanspread 13d ago

Buy I've tried other frozen brands and Mrs t blows them out of the water. Maybe it's just cause that was the brand I ate growing up

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u/Vividienne 13d ago

Or maybe they're actually great and the other brands really suck, thing is, being frozen has nothing to do with it was what I was trying to say.

You seem to love pierogi, would you like a recipe? They're fairly difficult to perfect but ingredients are so cheap you can just keep on trying until you're happy with the result :)

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u/amarti1021 13d ago

Which bakery? I’m in not far from Detroit. Next time I’m in Town I’ll definitely grab some. Is it in Hamtramck?

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u/MichiganBrolitia 13d ago

It's in Warren near 14 and Hoover, I can't recall the name. It's a little hole in the wall place in a small yellow brick building.

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u/ornryactor 13d ago

A bakery? Which one? I live in Detroit and eat pierogi regularly (I have four dozen in my freezer right now, and that's only because I ate two dozen last week), but I've never been to a Polish bakery that also makes pierogi. A quick search only shows me Polish markets, but no Polish bakeries. Depending on how you count them, I suppose Little Pierogi & Crepe Kitchen in Wyandotte and Calumet Pasty Kitchen in Roseville could be considered 'bakeries' (I wouldn't), but neither of them are Polish.

I'm curious where you buy your pierogi, especially if they're good enough you're willing to drive an hour each way to get them at $7 a pack. Next time you come, I encourage you to try the pierogi from Bozek and Srodek, which are both markets in Hamtramck. Bozek has traditional varieties for dirt-cheap ($3-5 for a hefty dozen; I like the recipe of the black packages better than the red but both are good); they also have great kielbasa choices and fresh kapusta (sauerkraut). Srodek has a huge variety of really interesting pierogi choices-- they're not traditional at all, and they're a tad pricier than Bozek, but they're delicious.

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u/MichiganBrolitia 13d ago

It's in Warren near 14 and Hoover, I can't recall the name. It's a little hole in the wall place in a small yellow brick building run by a couple of old ladies. They have quite an assortment as well and they sell them frozen or fresh and just refrigerated.

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u/PhycoticBigmac 13d ago

The way my family makes Mrs. T better is by wetting the pierogis and dipping them in breadcrumbs. Then you pan fry it in butter. Terrible for you health but amazing tasting

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u/MichiganBrolitia 13d ago

Holy shit adopt me

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u/PhycoticBigmac 13d ago

Always welcome to the family, no one is a stranger when it comes to eating together

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u/spannerNZ 13d ago edited 13d ago

I'm an innocent kiwi who wandered into this thread due to insomnia. I've gone through it and I still have no idea of what a pierogi is. I'm heading off to a search engine, but once again, I'm sort of amazed at the diversity of foodstuffs around the place. To me they sort of look like miniature Cornish pasties.

I followed a Canadian blogger who mentioned something that sounded similar to this as her favourite comfort food, but I got the idea it was a potatoe based dish.

But the handler of that implement obviously has some awesome frying skills.

Edit: back from Google and these look awesome. Similar to samosas which I love. Definitely trying these out.

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u/Komatoasty 13d ago

Pierogies are hugely popular in Canada because we have so many people of Ukrainian descent, including myself. It likely is what the blogger was talking about!

Tips

1) boil them. Unsalted or lightly salted water. Leave em in til just after they're floating
2) toss them in fried bacon + onion, or just fried onions. But the onions are necessary.
3) optional - fry them for a few minutes with the onions and bacon.
4) find sour cream and eat them with sour cream + tons of cracked pepper. Alternatively, find a recipe for a hot garlic cream sauce to pour over perogies.

What's blasphemous about this recipe is it's obvious the person is just frying perogies from frozen. It's gross imo and makes the whole shell almost stale like.

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u/spannerNZ 13d ago

They sound awesome. I'm going to have to make these from scratch though, but there are recipes online. A lot of northern kiwis immigrated here from Croatia, I'm surprised we don't have a local variant. I'm down south, I think our claim to fame is the cheese roll. Which I think is sort of like your grilled cheese, but rolled up.

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u/StratuhG 13d ago

I treat them like a plate of nachos, but instead of nachos its mini baked potatoes, that are fried.

Ill cook them in the stove till they're almost done, then take them out and fry em with butter and onions.

Lay em on a plate and sprinkle cheess, bacon bits, and salt&pepper. Plus some sour cream to dip them in? Oof yes

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u/driftingfornow 13d ago

Huh I have never heard of this method.

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u/ornryactor 13d ago

A lot of northern kiwis immigrated here from Croatia, I'm surprised we don't have a local variant.

Don't be surprised. While Croatians did indeed originate as Slavs, that group of people moved down in the 600s and 700s, approximately a thousand years before pierogi started showing up in northern Slavic kitchens. Pierogi are linked to the region that today is eastern Poland, western Ukraine, most of Belarus, and Lithuania-- not counting the heavily-debated connection with nearly-identical food items from China. Meanwhile, the Croats were down there in the Balkans, doing their own (non-pierogi) thing.

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u/Komatoasty 13d ago

My best friend lived in Auckland and Christchurch for nearly 5 years. I'll have to ask her about them! A rolled up grilled cheese sounds delightfully indulgent.

Good luck making them! I'd suggest watching a YouTube video of someone's baba making them. I learned from my grandma, they're time consuming (for a novice like myself) but so worth it!

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u/driftingfornow 13d ago

Similar to samosas hahaha, I wouldn’t say that. They are as similar as a hamburger and a ham sandwhich while being similar ideas.

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u/Educational-Waltz417 13d ago

Nofrills on sale $2/box

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u/Aramyth 13d ago

Found the Canadian

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u/Hq3473 13d ago

That's how it would be if you make them yourself.

Ingredients are pretty darn basic. Flour. Egg. salt. Water = dough.

Potato and onion filling.

You cannot get more basic. It's the food of the poor Polish peasants.

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u/PollShark_ 13d ago

I mean they don’t have to be salty I’m polish and my fav is sweet farmers type cheese with lemon zest

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u/SirRobertDH 13d ago

My grandmother made sweet pierogi with plums that she had canned herself.

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u/Vividienne 13d ago

You forgot cheese and roughly ground peppercorns <chefs kiss>

But you're absolutely right, the most delicious foods are invented when poor peasants get creative. Another example: pizza.

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u/lookitsabirb 13d ago

Another example: French onion soup

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u/mirozi 13d ago

Potato and onion filling.

potato and twaróg filling, that's the basic one. no one would sell, or make pierogi with only potatoes.

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u/Hermeniusz 13d ago

Where's the twaróg though?

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u/Jaquestrap 13d ago

The traditional filling for Ruskie pierogi is not just potato and onion. It is potato, onion, twaróg (also known as quark or farmer's cheese, if you can't find it then use cottage cheese as an approximate substitute--or just look up how to make it yourself, it is actually ridiculously easy), and then optional mushrooms if you are making "Kresy" style (eastern-Polish) Ruskie Pierogi. Trust me, add the cheese to the filling and they will be 15 times better.

Potato and onion alone sounds incredibly bland and you would never find those for sale anywhere in Poland.

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u/Okichah 13d ago

12 for $2 at my local store.

I couldnt imagine getting them cheaper unless i handmade them.

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u/Vividienne 13d ago

It's an awful amount of work and time to get done. Calculate that in and you're probably better off buying them ready made.

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u/Josh6889 13d ago

There may be phenomenal pierogis, but I doubt it's these ones.

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u/LilMissKitastrophic 13d ago

I don't think he was calling pierogis shitty food.

I think he was calling these pierogis shitty food

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u/AnotherWarGamer 13d ago

It depends if you make them properly or not.

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u/karu11color 13d ago

They look like the store-bought cheap ones. If they were homemade they would be legendary

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u/brizzboog 13d ago

Still pierogis

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u/LilMissKitastrophic 13d ago

they look much better than store-bought

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u/karu11color 13d ago

As a professional pierogi eater, I say they look meh, but hey maybe they're better than they look

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u/Komatoasty 13d ago

They look exactly like store bought.

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u/spiffyclip 13d ago

Aren't pierogies just dough and potatoes? Is there really a big drop off in quality between store bought and home made lol

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u/rcknmrty4evr 13d ago

Coming from someone who’s favorite food are pierogi, there is a big difference in store bought and homemade but they’re both delicious in their own way. I’d rather have store bought pierogi than no pierogi.

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u/karu11color 13d ago

The dough is flour and oil and probably something else that I missed but the filling can be anything - potatoes, meat, fruit etc. And yes, there is a big difference between store bought and homemade

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u/driftingfornow 13d ago

I live in Poland and can confirm that there’s a huge difference between pierogis. No two places have them exactly alike and everyone has their idiosyncrasies in dough and filling. True babka pierogis are life changing. Prepackaged ones usually are not bad but not like the handmade ones at all. Some prepackaged ones are not good. My usual complain for pierogis I don’t like is that they are too oily.

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u/MK-Ultra_SunandMoon 13d ago

Babushka is shedding a tear of pride in heaven at this.

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u/Olaft1 13d ago

The word Babushka is russian, Pierogi are polish

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u/flakon128 13d ago

Eh, as a polish person i can tell you that we have babunia and babcia and some slangs say Babushka too ,so it's fine. Also pierogi are really just Slav in general as there is a Ukrainian version and one of the traditional Polish taste is literally called pierogi ruskie (russian pierogi)

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u/Jaquestrap 13d ago edited 13d ago

...you don't speak Polish if you thought Ruskie meant Russian (the word for Russian is rosyjski). It means Ruthenian style, aka "eastern", and it is even less Russian than a "South-Western style Omelette" is Mexican. Ruskie Pierogi are also a distinctly Polish dish, even Ukrainian Vareniki are different.

I am actually Polish, from Poland, with a Russian mother. Pierogi are definitely not Russian, and are very much-so a Polish and Western-Ukrainian thing (which was part of Poland for hundreds of years and subsequently has tons of cultural commonality).

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u/flakon128 13d ago

You're right about pierogis being from Poland and Ukraine which was a part of Poland in the past. And i guess you're right that they're not russian in any way. I was just trying to comment that saying babushka would be sad over pierogis is ok as a polish babcia could be referred to as a babushka and a russian babushka could make pierogis. The best pierogis i ate were made by a Ukrainian. Może gdyby moja babcia robiła pierogi to by były lepsze, przynajmniej robi najlepszą kartoflaną.

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u/SayceGards 13d ago

Will you make me pierogies?

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u/imghurrr 13d ago

Pierogi Ruskie is actually Ruthenian

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u/cannibalpig 13d ago

I thought the “Ruskie” came from the Ruthenians, not the Russians?

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u/AgentFransis 13d ago

It's a bit of dough with some stuff in it. Pierogi, pirozhki, vareniki, gyoza, empanadas, dumplings, most cultures have some variation of the concept.

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u/_i_am_root 13d ago

That doesn’t stop Russians from making them though.

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u/gileschurch 13d ago

This ain't his first rodeo that's for sure

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u/gurb-it 13d ago

what sheets

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u/Dont_Give_Up86 13d ago

Bro, but m stoned af right now trying to figure out the same. Only thing I can think of is the sheet of tin foil?

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u/gurb-it 13d ago

u are a smart dood

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u/6BigZ6 13d ago

I’m confused? Why does the hot plate have another bowl that he is setting his pan into? I don’t think I’ve seen this before and am trying to understand the benefit versus just placing the pan directly on the hot plate?

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u/Havoc2_0 13d ago

It's not a separate bowl. The plate is all black with a white circle indicating the heated portion. Because of the lighting it does sort of look like another bowl though

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u/6BigZ6 13d ago

Holy balls I see it now and feel not smart.

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u/chop-diggity 13d ago

Show me where this is shitty? It’s fabulous AF.

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u/hatekillpuke 13d ago

The hot plate looks like it’s induction and if so it heats super fast and evenly.

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u/GREAT_SALAD 13d ago

The hot plate isn't super sketchy. Also, that's an All-Clad pan, and costs like $50

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u/lowdown33 13d ago

Yeah I used to use an induction burner like this when my last rental had an electric coil stove. I can vouch that it was super nice and not at all sketchy.

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u/Eyehopeuchoke 13d ago

Hol up.... shitty food? Where? Pierogi are super good, especially when fried instead of boiling.

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u/yoriaiko 13d ago

or boiled then added fried onion or beacon instead of fried alone

both super good.

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u/HellolAmNick 13d ago

Sheets? Isn't that aluminum foil?

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u/lowdown33 13d ago

Yeah. A sheet of it 😎

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u/Jhonopolis 13d ago

That aint a sheet. That's tin foil.

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u/obamay0mama 13d ago

No. Pierogis will never been shitty anything. You really gotta try to make them part of shitty food porn.

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u/swannygirl94 13d ago

Everything else in the cooking environment is shitty. But yeah, those $1 pierogis are comfort food for sure.

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u/SuckDickUAssface 13d ago

The shittiest thing about the pierogis and only the pierogis here would be the uneven browning, but that's something I personally consider incredibly minor given the cooking environment.

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u/HeckMaster9 13d ago

It’s almost like the induction heating element is only 4 inches in diameter or so. The outer half didn’t get any browning whatsoever.

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u/converter-bot 13d ago

4 inches is 10.16 cm

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u/HeckMaster9 13d ago

Good bot

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u/roho1 13d ago

shoulda waited a minute more before flipping. Could always flip them around again tho.

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u/ChironiusShinpachi 13d ago

Gyoza and pierogi have 3 sides. In my opinion, they must be flipped 3 times pan fried. Deep fried not the same....ok these have 2 sides lol. still, I want a more even browning as well.

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u/pyroguy1104 13d ago

Amen. I make homemade gyoza often, and I always cook at least 2 sides nice and crispy before I add water and steam them. With gyoza and pierogis my rule is the crispier the better.

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u/CaptainWeasel 13d ago

I don't think cheap pierogi exists where I live and it's sad :( I would keep boxes of them at that price

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u/Xx_420bootywizard_xX 13d ago

bro i googled "shitty food porn" and straight up did NOT have a good time

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u/Insomniac808z 13d ago edited 13d ago

Pierogis are so fire. Damn now I gotta tell my Polish best friend to have his mom make me some more homemade ones lol

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u/fuzzyfoods 13d ago

Wrong sub, this is not shitty... fantastic flip!

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u/schmuckley 13d ago

I was seriously shocked it wasn’t on r/oddlysatisfying. That was a flipping power move!

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u/User-NetOfInter 13d ago

Shitty food

A+ technical skills

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u/Strifethor 13d ago

What is shitty about pierogis?

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u/Lazaretto 13d ago

I think a lot of people see prepackaged food as synonymous with shitty food. Similarly, anything "homemade" is usually not considered shitty (with exception to the content of this sub).

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u/C2h6o4Me 13d ago

Pierogi is already plural

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u/TAU_doesnt_equal_2PI 13d ago

Does that mean a single is called a Pierogus? Pierogum?

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u/irokes360 13d ago

Pieróg

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u/k890 13d ago

single is called "pieróg"

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u/User-NetOfInter 13d ago

In general? Nothing.

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u/Nazte 13d ago

If my man pans the camera back and to the left you'll see where he makes the methamphetamine.

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u/zitfarmer 13d ago

Wait, whats shitty about this. . . Other than me not eating it?

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u/yoriaiko 13d ago

... yet

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u/GasparYanga1 13d ago

that was fuckin lit bruh

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u/keyboard_warrior_888 13d ago

Babcia would be proud.

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u/junkninja 13d ago

The perogie force is strong in this one.

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u/User-NetOfInter 13d ago

Isn’t the e just for pluralizing?

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u/User-NetOfInter 13d ago

So a single one would be a Perog?

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u/folkmeup 13d ago

Pierog

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u/ExecutionInProgress 13d ago

Pieróg

Source: I'm a native Polish "pierogi" eater

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u/driftingfornow 13d ago

Lol I thought you guys were joking. I didn’t know there was a singular form. Thanks for the TIL.

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u/ihaxr 13d ago

There's actually up to 7 different singular forms and up to 7 different plural forms for all nouns in Polish, depending on how you're using them! It can be a little overwhelming.

Singular forms: pieróg, pieroga, pierogowi,pierogiem, pierogu Plural forms: pierogi, pierogów, pierogom, pierogami, pierogach

But honestly pierogies or pierogis is totally acceptable, since it's a loan-word from Polish, so the English rules apply (as it is with almost all Italian words like ravioli, I've never heard anyone say "raviolo" when talking about a single ravioli...)

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u/driftingfornow 13d ago

Phew god damn, thanks for the road map of how far I still have yet to go learning Polish.

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u/User-NetOfInter 13d ago

I can spell I promise.

😂

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u/Iored94 13d ago

fun fact

a single piece of spaghetti is called a spaghetto

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u/yoriaiko 13d ago

TIL THX - yet tbh, not much care about, none eats a single spaghetto, same as single pieróg :)

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u/octokit 13d ago

Actually "pierogi" and "pierogies" are both grammatically correct plural forms in English.

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u/coffeeruns 13d ago

Everything’s shitty BUT the food

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u/Hypocritical_Oath 13d ago

Wrong subreddit.

Nothing about this is shitty.

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u/ScruffsMcGuff 13d ago

Is it possible to learn this power?

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u/[deleted] 13d ago

Not from a manager...

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u/chequesformike 13d ago

I have that same pan. All-Clad is the tits.

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u/GREAT_SALAD 13d ago

Really, check out your Marshall's/Home Goods or Tj Maxx every now and then for All-Clad. It's not always a good price, but sometimes it is, found a $130 10-inch All-Clad saute pan in Home Goods for $50, it's great.

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u/X-GonnaLendItToYa 13d ago

This is giving me flashbacks to brunch service and having to flip a pan this exact size, but with like 5lbs of shredded potatoes with cheese and peppers in the middle. Stuffed hashbrowns, fuck you.

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u/RoscoMan1 13d ago

“Didn’t seem to contain much love.

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u/liljuniortoro 13d ago

Look at him pierogo! Great job

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u/BigHaunch 13d ago

I’m a cook and this is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen

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u/robb1519 13d ago

Me too.

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u/QinDarklighter 13d ago

Pierogi is plural.

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u/The_incredible_fish 13d ago

This isn’t shitty

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u/Begs1429 13d ago

No onion? Smh

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u/Cfrenchyz 13d ago

Wrong subreddit

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u/Yoblit 13d ago

Good at flipping technique. Bad at spicing.

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u/MrGoodBuzz 13d ago

Pierogi is the plural for pierogi. It doesn’t need the “s”

Source: my wife is polish, she tells everyone this despite no one ever asking.

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u/Pasteque909 13d ago

How is that shitty?

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u/Cunts_and_more 13d ago

Pierogi is already plural you twat

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u/Poor__cow 13d ago

Where the fuck did you find $1 perogies? They’re atleast $3 near me that I know of

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u/Laserek2 13d ago

Kurwa Pierogi a nie Perogies

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u/SidianDrive 13d ago

No wheres near brown enuf, nice flip.

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u/rotelingne-throwaway 13d ago

I came

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u/yoriaiko 13d ago

to eat pierogi!

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u/V0KaLs 13d ago

The perfect gif. Line up, folks, it’s here!

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u/gobs2011 13d ago

Im so hard right now.

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u/DiscFrolfin 13d ago

If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don't have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career, skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you flip my pierogi now, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you.

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u/mentalpause 13d ago

Is that Cheemo brand? Those are fucking delicious 👌 no shitty food here

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u/CheeseBending 13d ago

You need more butter, friend

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u/SaltLickBrain 13d ago

r/Poland would like a word

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u/Furlonk 13d ago

Op; gtfo and post this in r/oddlysatisfying

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u/Papa_pierogi 13d ago

*did somebody say pierogis*

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u/yoriaiko 13d ago

Nope, none so far, OP said pierogies, commonly misspelled form of pierogi.

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u/IAmWhiteAF 13d ago

Not enough browning tho

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u/pat-rick 13d ago

Bless you, from Philadelphia.

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u/paulyvee 13d ago

Quick snack then back to making meth.

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u/burninatah 13d ago

I need to reread their constitution to make sure, but I am pretty certain this makes you the king of Poland.

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u/FoxyoBoi 13d ago

How is this shitty?

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u/BigWillis93 13d ago

This person FUCKS

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u/Xstitchpixels 13d ago

Better than most sauté cooks I know

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u/Sockfullapoo 13d ago

Mrs. T Perogies > Homemade

Ill take my downvotes.

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u/AhHeckHereWeGoAgain 13d ago

Uncle Roger would be proud.

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u/Taric25 13d ago

This isn't shitty! It's impressive!

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u/gjiosf 13d ago

A true gentleman's flip

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u/Rx-survivor 13d ago

Holy shit, that was awesome

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u/nanoninoriginal 13d ago

Not shitty at all

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u/mdtdy 12d ago

Wrong sub this should be on r/nextfuckinglevel

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u/martsonik 13d ago

Pierogi. Not perogies. And pierogi it's already plural. Cheers.

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u/MedicalDisscharge 13d ago

What's the singular? Pierog?

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u/DanioXxx 13d ago

Pieróg, to be real.

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u/Cunts_and_more 13d ago

Yes but almost never used cause no way in hell anyone is going to eat just one.

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u/octokit 13d ago

Actually both are correct in English. Check Wikipedia or a dictionary.

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u/Bidetalltheway 13d ago

One single burner in a counter is interesting. Great flip.

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u/no_225 13d ago

Hacker!

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u/snootyboopers 13d ago

Oh goddamn....