Pierogi with lentils
We cook the red lentils for an appropriately long time and dice the dried tomatoes into small pieces. We combine them and season them with salt, pepper and fresh parsley. Our pastry has the appropriate thickness and is delicate.
LENTILS
are particularly rich in zinc, magnesium, phosphorus and group B vitamins. They contain a great deal of protein, thereby being an alternative to animal protein. It is also a very rich source of potassium, which is important for the heart.
DRIED TOMATOES
are a source of potassium, which means they improve the functioning of the heart. Rich in antioxidants – lycopene and vitamin C, which protects blood vessels and improves the absorption of iron from vegetables.
Ready in 5 minutes
No preservatives
Source of protein
A source of fibre
Fresh herbs
Good for vegans
2 out of 5 portions of vegetables
Ingredients: wheat flour, boiled red lentils 24.5%, water, dried tomatoes with oil 12.4% [soaked dried tomatoes 59.5%* (dried tomatoes, water, sugar, salt, wine vinegar, acidity regulator: citric acid , antioxidant: ascorbic acid), rapeseed oil and herbs], fried onion (onion, rapeseed oil), spice extract, parsley, salt, rapeseed oil, black pepper. *the content of the component in the dried tomatoes with oil   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.

NUTRITIONAL
VALUE
IN 100 g
OF THE PRODUCT
ENERGY VALUE
728 kJ/
173 kcal
FAT
- INCLUDING
SATURATED
FATTY ACIDS
4,4 g


0,4 g
CARBOHYDRATES
- INCLUDING SUGARS
26 g
3,7 g
FIBRE
3,5 g
PROTEIN
5,5 g
SALT
1,1 g
Opinions
I have come to like Pan Pomidor very much, especially the versions with paprika (there is also basil). Pani Kukurydza and Pani Soczewica are also not bad at all. The latter, especially, is sufficient for the whole of lunch. As for the ingredients... After all, they are the same as in the soups I make myself. Prepared or not, this is probably irrelevant. Reader of the blackdress.pl
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There are days when we really do not want to cook. We then reach out for Pan Pomidor soups. Pani Tajska with coconut milk and yellow curry stole our hearts. – @pierdolnikwkuchni
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I have never eaten such delicious and excellently seasoned soups. – @simplybypaula_
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