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Thursday, December 20, 2018

Deconstructed Pierogi Bowl

Hi everyone! This week I decided to be super fancy (more like lazy, bahaha!), so I made a “deconstructed” pierogi bowl in order to use up the leftover pierogi filling from Vegan MoFo. All I did was to combine dumpling noodles with the re-heated sauerkraut and mushroom filling, but it was super delicious!


When The Student-turned-Doctor suggested these noodles for stroganoff, I’d picked up a bag. I haven’t gotten a chance to try them in stroganoff yet, but they were perfect for this!

I also used some elbow noodles to make a batch of baked pumpkin walnut rotini mac, which worked out really well! 


Here’s a sleepy Leela wondering why her nap is being disturbed for something as silly as a picture… 


Peace. :)

14 comments:

  1. I love the idea of the deconstructed bowl!
    I've never seen those noodles anywhere, but before going gluten free I always wished I could find a vegan egg type noodle!
    Hi Leela!

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    1. Thanks, Hillary! I was happy to find them at Giant; they are so good! :)

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  2. Deconstructed pierogis sound right up my alley. I've never made then because effort. But I have never seen that sort of pasta anywhere before.

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    1. Thanks, Susan; these were definitely a much easier version! :)

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  3. Oooh that pierogi bowl sounds amazing! The mac sounds delicious as well and I love that picture of sleepy Leela. What a sweet girl.

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    1. Thanks so much, Sarah; Leela really is quite the sweetheart! :)

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  4. You're so creative, Julie! Looks delicious.
    Leela is cute beyond measure! I still would love to have a precious black kitty.

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    1. Thank you, Janyce! Leela gets cuter every day! :D

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  5. Those are indeed my favorite noodles! And although I'm not up to making pierogies, I could see putting the filling on them. Hmm...

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    1. Thanks again for the tip on these noodles; I'm so glad I tried them, and I definitely see myself using them more! :)

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  6. I'll have to remember that packaging! I have yet to find any eggless noodles like that.

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    1. The brand is Light 'n Fluffy, and it's the macaroni dumplings that are vegan (the others contain eggs); hope you can find them somewhere! :)

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  7. YUM! YUM! Everything looks great! I thought that was the egg noodle package, too, I will have to be on the lookout for the eggless ones!

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer! Definitely keep an eye out for them; they are great! :)

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