Vegan Pierogi With Coconut Bacon

Vegan Pierogi With Coconut Bacon

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  • Posted: October 30, 2018 22:30

    wiccja

    psa : if you dont wanna bother making vegan ricotta just use tofu, it works perfectly
  • Posted: October 30, 2018 22:30

    bob-the-cook

    The Poles, as well as Russians (who call their dish *pielmieni*) and Italians (whose world famous *ravioli* needs no introduction) all ‘stole’ the idea of wrapping a filling in a piece of thin elastic dough and boiling it from the Chinese. It’s quite ironic as many Polish people consider pierogi to be a quintessentially Polish dish. This Recipe Is Published **Here >>>>>** [**https://www.lazycatkitchen.com/vegan-pierogi-coconut-bacon/**](https://www.lazycatkitchen.com/vegan-pierogi-coconut-bacon/) The Author Is Ania makes: about 70 **Ingredients** **FILLING** * 600 g / 1.2 lb potatoes (cooked the day before) * 1 cup vegan ricotta (made the day before) * 2-3 tbsp lemon juice * 1¼ tsp salt * 3 medium white onions, diced finely * ½ tsp freshly ground pepper * freshly grated nutmeg (optional), to taste **DOUGH** * 500 g / 4 cups flour * 240 ml / 1 cup hot water * 60 ml / ¼ cup reduced aquafaba * 1½ level tsp sea salt * 30 ml / 2 tbsp olive oil **COCONUT BACON (optional)** * 1½ cup (loosely packed) raw coconut flakes * 2 tsp olive oil * 1 tbsp maple syrup * ½ tsp liquid smoke (I use hickory flavour) * 3 tbsp soy sauce **Make The Pierogies** **FILLING** 1. Heat up the olive oil in a medium pan. Gently fry diced onions until translucent and lightly caramelised. Some of them will go into the filling and the rest will be used as topping. 2. Put cooked potatoes through a potato ricer. It is best to cook them the day before as it will make the filling hold together better. 3. In a bowl, combine mashed potatoes, vegan ricotta and about a ½ cup of sauteed onions. Season with salt, pepper, lemon juice and nutmeg (if you like). Mix in very well and set aside. **DOUGH** 1. In a mixing bowl, combine flour and salt. Add ¼ cup of the aquafaba and 2 tbsp of olive oil. Mix well and add about 1 cup of hot water. Once combined roughly with a wooden spoon, start bringing the dough together with your hands. If after a little bit of kneading the dough isn’t holding together (initially it’s supposed to be a bit dry to the touch but hold together), it may need a bit more hot water. It is very important to add the water in very small amounts as too much water will negatively affect the dough. Knead it for about 5-10 minutes with your hands (after kneading the dough should become very smooth and elastic, but not sticky) and then set aside for 30 minutes under a damp kitchen towel so that the dough doesn’t dry up. 2. Once the dough has had a chance to rest, grab 1/6 of the dough and roll it out with a rolling pin on a lightly floured surface. You want it to be about 1-2 mm thin; the thinner the dough, the tastier the dumplings. With a cookie cutter or an upside down glass, cut out circles in the dough. Place a heaped teaspoon of the filling in the centre of each circle, fold the circle in half and press the edges of the semi-circle together with your fingers. Go over each dumpling twice to make sure everything is sealed completely. Put the finished dumplings on a lightly floured surface and cover them with a damp kitchen towel while making the rest so that they don’t dry out. Continue in the same way until you’ve used up all of the dough or the filling. 3. Bring a medium pot of water to boil. Once the water is boiling, throw in 10 dumplings at a time and from the moment the water comes to the boil again cook for 5 minutes (depending on how thick your dough is). Once the time is up, fish them out with a slotted spoon and place on a clean plate. Put a new batch in until you have cooked them all. 4. **OPTIONAL STEP**: Heat up a little olive oil in a pan and place the cooled-down (they should be cold!) dumplings in the pan. Turn them after they’ve browned on one side. Make sure you don’t overcrowd the pan. 5. Whilst you are frying your dumplings, warm up the rest of your sauteed onion, season it with salt and pepper and serve with your dumplings. **COCONUT BACON* (optional)** 1. Heat up the oven to 100° C / 210° F and line a baking tray with a piece of baking paper. 2. In a bowl, mix olive oil, maple syrup, liquid smoke and soy sauce together. 3. Coat coconut flakes in the marinade and marinate for 10-20 mins. 4. Spread marinated coconut flakes on the prepared baking tray making sure individual pieces do not overlap or touch (as much as possible). I did them in two separate batches as the more room they have, the more crispy they will be. 5. Bake for about 15-20 minutes. ‘Bacon’ flakes will get more crispy as they cool. Store in an air-tight container.
  • Posted: October 30, 2018 22:30

    Baboobalou

    Looks and sounds delicious
  • Posted: October 30, 2018 22:30

    dirtypineapple

    This should be marked NSFW