Dorot Basil Garlic Butter Pierogies – Frozen pierogies topped in a delicious and super simple basil garlic butter sauce using Dorot herbs. It doesn’t get any easier than this!
So I have to let you in on a secret. I have a new best friend. It’s Dorot herbs. These herbs are seriously going to knock your socks off and might just be the coolest things since sliced bread. Yup, they are that cool. So they come in frozen, pre-portioned cubes so you literally just pop one or two out for your recipe and you’re done! No more chopping herbs! Isn’t that the coolest?! I always hate chopping garlic especially because then my hands just reek of garlic no matter how much I scrub them but that is one issue I don’t have to worry about anymore. No more herb-prepping! I can’t even begin to explain how excited that makes me!
I bought my two different types of Dorot herbs at my local Trader Joe’s in Ann Arbor and they were so easy to find there. I literally walked straight into the frozen section and they were right there on the right side corner. I grabbed both types of Dorot (and maybe a thing of cookies or two) and headed over to the checkout, eager to get home and start cooking.
I decided to make these basil and garlic butter pierogies and wow, they were so good and oh so simple! The pierogies were frozen since I was going so a simple dinner that I could make in 30 minutes or less and they sauce was SO easy to whip up since I didn’t have to chop up any the basil and garlic since I was using Dorot! Being a college student, I just don’t have a ton of time to dedicate to cooking so any shortcuts I can take are so helpful!
Oh, and did I mention this recipe is vegetarian?!
Check out this video to see how great Dorot is in action!
Dorot Basil Garlic Butter Pierogies
- 16 oz box frozen pierogies
- 3/4 cup vegetable broth
- 1 tbsp cornstarch
- 2 Dorot garlic cubes
- 2 Dorot basil cubes
- 2 tbsp butter
- Cook pierogies according to package directions.
- In a skillet, melt butter and then add in all the Dorot garlic and basil cubes.
- Add in liquid and cornstarch, bringing the sauce to a boil.
- Reduce heat to simmer until thickened.
- Let cool before serving!