1. 5 stars
    It seems i have been cooking my frozen pierogies all wrong. Can’t believe how good they are in the air fryer.

  2. 5 stars
    I love the addition of olive oil, and I already can see that we will be eating pierogies in the air fryer many, many times this summer…plus tonight!

  3. No one needed a 20 page prologue to a 2 step recipe for heating up some frozen pierogies a simple cook time and temperature would do. Now I’ve got to spend the time to come down here to comment just to tell you how stupid this page this.

    1. Hi Sondra,

      Thanks for your comment, but we really didn´t need it.

      Please can you do me a huge favor and load up the post again and at the top of the page you will see Jump To Recipe, when pushed this takes you straight to the recipe and gives you what you want, then if you had pushed the button you would`nt need to leave a comment and you can go on your way really happy with yourself, if only you had read the intro properly 🙂

      1. I am going to try this tonight. I thought the recipe says “Cook for 5 minutes at 170c/340f” shake, and cook for 5 minutes more.

        Is it a total of 5 minutes to cook, or 10?


  4. 3 stars
    3 stars because I can still eat them but I won’t be making these this way again. I get its a healthier option, but ill stick with frying them from frozen in a pan of butter lol its a better flavor profile that way.

    1. Hi Sarah,

      We recommend not to cook at 400 as in our opinion they would not be cooked in the middle, we like to cook mostly on 180c/360f as then the food cooks in the middle and not just on the outside 🙂

  5. 5 stars
    Perfection! The directions led to a fully cooked, crispy pierogi. I usually boil then pan fry in butter and onions; the air fryer saved me so many steps and clean up was easy since I used a liner. Thank you for sharing.

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