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How To Cook Frozen Pierogies in the Air Fryer | Easy

If you are looking for a quick and easy way to make hot and ready pierogies, the air fryer is for you! Here is the scoop on how to cook frozen pierogies in the air fryer!

Pierogies are a delicious doughy potato treat. They are great in soups and stews, boiled, fried or even baked. They are also really easy to make in the air fryer because you don’t need to thaw anything at all. This is a simple recipe on how to cook frozen pierogies in the air fryer

Pierogies are simultaneously a food staple in Poland and American cuisine and these tasty dumplings are delicious any day of the week. People love pierogies so much that even the Pittsburgh Pirates have The Great Pierogi Race during their games!

Pierogies are extra delicious because they can have any type of delicious fillings from cheese and potato to apple pie! Whether you are having them for lunch, dinner, or dessert pierogies will be a smash hit with all of your guests.

If you are looking for a tasty and healthier way to pierogis without having to fry them in oil, the air fryer is the way to go! Whether you are an air frying expert or you are just getting started, this recipe is very fast and easy to make. So let’s get cooking!

Air Fryer Frozen Pierogi Ingredients

For this recipe, you will only need a few simple ingredients.

  • 1 Box Frozen Pierogis: Any frozen pierogies will work for this recipe. I used Mrs. T’s Feta + Spinach pierogies which are so tasty! They also have lots of other yummy flavors like Classic Cheddar, 4 Cheese Medley, and Loaded Baked Potato.
  • Olive Oil: For this recipe, you just need a little bit of olive oil to coat the pierogies so that they brown in the air fryer.
  • 1/2 Onion (optional): If you are making pierogies with a savory filing, you can also add some caramelized onions for extra flavor. Personally, I love onions with pierogies and think that they go together perfectly.
  • Sour Cream (optional): Some people like to tip their pierogies with sour cream for additional flavor, but this step is optional.

How to Make Frozen Pierogies in the Air Fryer

This fast and simple recipe is a great way to have warm and delicious pierogies in a matter of minutes1

  1. Heat Air Fryer: Set your air fryer temperature to 350 degrees F and allow it to heat up.
  2. Oil Pierogies: While your air fryer is heating up, place your frozen pierogies in a bowl and coat them in a layer of olive oil (about 2 Tbs).
  3. Cook 8-10 Minutes: Once your air fryer reaches 350 degrees F, place your pierogies in your air fryer basket and spread them out in an even layer.
  4. Flip Pierogies: At the halfway mark (4 or 5 minute mark) flip the pierogies. This will let them cook evenly on both sides.
  5. Plate and Serve: Once the time is up, plate your pierogies. You can also add any optional toppings like onions or sour cream.
  6. Enjoy!

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How To Cook Frozen Pierogies in the Air Fryer | Easy

How To Cook Frozen Pierogies in the Air Fryer | Easy
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 Box Frozen Pierogies
  • Sour Cream (optional)
  • Onion (optional)

Instructions

    1. Heat Air Fryer: Set your air fryer temperature to 350 degrees F and allow it to heat up.
    2. Oil Pierogies: While your air fryer is heating up, place your frozen pierogies in a bowl and coat them in a layer of olive oil (about 2 Tbs).
    3. Cook 8-10 Minutes: Once your air fryer reaches 350 degrees F, place your pierogies in your air fryer basket and spread them out in an even layer.
    4. Flip Pierogies: At the halfway mark (4 or 5 minute mark) flip the pierogies. This will let them cook evenly on both sides.
    5. Plate and Serve: Once the time is up, plate your pierogies. You can also add any optional toppings like onions or sour cream.
    6. Enjoy!

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