Pierogi with cabbage
Three types of mushrooms and two types of cabbage. We combine dried porcini mushrooms, boletus and champignons. We combine fresh cabbage with sauerkraut. We cook and mix everything and we soften the expressive taste of the filling with a touch of honey. Our pastry has the appropriate thickness and is delicate.  
is a low calorie source of vitamins A, K, C and group B vitamins, magnesium, manganese, iron and calcium. It has a positive effect on the digestive system and stimulates the immune system. Boletus edulis. This mushroom takes first place in terms of abundance in nutritional values. Its anti-cancer properties were confirmed as early as in the mid-twentieth century. It is a rich source of protein, potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron and selenium, as well as group B vitamins.
the cap contains valuable nutritional properties – vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D, PP and E. The protein content made of easily assimilated exogenous amino acids means the boletus is a good source of these compounds for vegetarians and vegans.
Ready in 5 minutes
No preservatives
A source of fibre
Good for vegans
2 out of 5 portions of vegetables
Ingredients: wheat flour, sauerkraut 24.5%, water, brown boletus 8%, champignons, white cabbage 5.9%, onion, rapeseed oil, spice extract, dried boletus edulis, salt, honey, black pepper. It can contain milk, eggs, celery, mustard, soy, nuts, peanuts and sesame seeds.
This dish likes the cold. Store in a temperature of +1°C to +6°C. Keep in a refrigerator after opening and eat within 24 hours.
Fry the pierogi with a small amount of heated fat for approx. 5 minutes.
Drop the pierogi into slightly salted boiling water (2 l). When the pierogi float up to the surface, boil on a low flame for 2 minutes.
Place the pierogi onto a plate and heat in a microwave oven (700W) for approx. 2–3 minutes.

The packaging is unsuitable for heating.

IN 100 g
545 kJ/
129 kcal
2,8 g

0,3 g
21 g
1,6 g
2,0 g
3,9 g
0,98 g
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