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Pierogies for Supper

The Steelers won the Super Bowl!

Let's celebrate by having pierogies for supper tonight, shall we? Try one of the following methods to prepare your pierogies, or leave a new method or recipe in the comments below.

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Traditional Pierogies with Butter and Onions
Traditional pierogies with butter and onions - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and takes just a few minutes to sauté with butter and onions. Topped with a bit of sour cream, they make a perfect side dish.
Course Side Dish
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Course Side Dish
Servings
Ingredients
Traditional pierogies with butter and onions - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and takes just a few minutes to sauté with butter and onions. Topped with a bit of sour cream, they make a perfect side dish.
Instructions
  1. Boil the pierogies as directed on the package.
  2. Meanwhile, melt the butter in a medium skillet then sauté the onions over medium heat until they are fragrant and soft.
  3. Drain the pierogies and add them to the skillet. Sauté until the pierogies are browned.
Recipe Notes

Traditional pierogies with butter and onions - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and takes just a few minutes to sauté with butter and onions. Topped with a bit of sour cream, they make a perfect side dish.

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Spicy Pierogies
Spicy pierogies with olive oil and spices - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and takes just a few minutes toss with olive oil and spices. Topped with a bit of sour cream, they make a perfect side dish.
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Course Side Dish
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Spicy pierogies with olive oil and spices - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and takes just a few minutes toss with olive oil and spices. Topped with a bit of sour cream, they make a perfect side dish.
Instructions
  1. Boil the pierogies according to package directions.
  2. Toss hot pierogies with olive oil, parsley, basil, and garlic.
  3. Sprinkle pierogies with paprika and cayenne pepper, to taste.
Recipe Notes

Spicy pierogies with olive oil and spices - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and takes just a few minutes toss with olive oil and spices. Topped with a bit of sour cream, they make a perfect side dish.

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Pierogies Alfredo
Pierogies alfredo with ham, broccoli, and tomatoes - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and adds a jar of alfredo sauce with ham and veggies. They make a perfect side dish or main dish for a weeknight dinner.
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Pierogies alfredo with ham, broccoli, and tomatoes - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and adds a jar of alfredo sauce with ham and veggies. They make a perfect side dish or main dish for a weeknight dinner.
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Toss the frozen pierogies with pre-cooked ham cubes, broccoli florets, and cherry tomatoes in a 9x13 baking dish.
  3. Pour alfredo or cheese sauce over other ingredients. Stir.
  4. Top with bread crumbs.
  5. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes.
Recipe Notes

Pierogies alfredo with ham, broccoli, and tomatoes - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and adds a jar of alfredo sauce with ham and veggies. They make a perfect side dish or main dish for a weeknight dinner.

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24 thoughts on “Pierogies for Supper”

  1. Yum!! My Hubby’s grandmother (who came over from Poland) would always cook them with the onions and a 1/2 bacon then sprinkle them with cheddar cheese. Talk about Yummy! Thanks for Sharing!

  2. Yum!! My Hubby’s grandmother (who came over from Poland) would always cook them with the onions and a 1/2 bacon then sprinkle them with cheddar cheese. Talk about Yummy! Thanks for Sharing!

  3. Let me just tell you – I loooove me my pierogies!! My deep fryer was the best investment ever. My fave? Deep fry pierogies (I prefer the cheese and potato ones for this), and toss with red onion strings that have been sauteed in butter. Sooo unhealthy, but oh so yummy!! They’re even good cold (one of those “wake up in the middle of the nights and have a snackfest” type of things…lol). I’ve even got everyone else hooked on them!

  4. Let me just tell you – I loooove me my pierogies!! My deep fryer was the best investment ever. My fave? Deep fry pierogies (I prefer the cheese and potato ones for this), and toss with red onion strings that have been sauteed in butter. Sooo unhealthy, but oh so yummy!! They’re even good cold (one of those “wake up in the middle of the nights and have a snackfest” type of things…lol). I’ve even got everyone else hooked on them!

  5. I have never made pierogies before but the little Russian kids I used to teach always talked about them. I will have to give them a try!

  6. I have never made pierogies before but the little Russian kids I used to teach always talked about them. I will have to give them a try!

  7. Mmmm… my fave way with pierogies was when my mom made homemade cottage cheese ones and we’d eat them with schmauntfaut (cream gravy… not sure of the spelling) which is basically melted butter in a pan with a cream and flour mixture and salt (until thick). Soooo tasty.

  8. Mmmm… my fave way with pierogies was when my mom made homemade cottage cheese ones and we’d eat them with schmauntfaut (cream gravy… not sure of the spelling) which is basically melted butter in a pan with a cream and flour mixture and salt (until thick). Soooo tasty.

  9. Mmmmmm… I love pierogis! When I was growing up, I couldn’t say it right, so I called them per-doggies. We usually just saute them with butter and onions, but I’ll have to try the haluski version. That’s fan-cee!!

    Thanks, Tara!

  10. Mmmmmm… I love pierogis! When I was growing up, I couldn’t say it right, so I called them per-doggies. We usually just saute them with butter and onions, but I’ll have to try the haluski version. That’s fan-cee!!Thanks, Tara!

  11. I love them too! I grew up in Canada and my grandma was Polish so this was a family favorite.

    OK the very best way to have them are deep fat fried with a little sour cream to dip them in…but I haven’t had those in yrs since I moved to the USA.

    So this is my 2nd favorite way to serve them…after boiling, place them in a frying pan with some onions and KIELBASA!! I usually cook the onions and kielbasa a bit before adding the pierogies and then fry them together until the pierogies are a bit crisp.

    One of my favorite all-time meals!

  12. I love them too! I grew up in Canada and my grandma was Polish so this was a family favorite.OK the very best way to have them are deep fat fried with a little sour cream to dip them in…but I haven’t had those in yrs since I moved to the USA.So this is my 2nd favorite way to serve them…after boiling, place them in a frying pan with some onions and KIELBASA!! I usually cook the onions and kielbasa a bit before adding the pierogies and then fry them together until the pierogies are a bit crisp. One of my favorite all-time meals!

  13. I love pierogies. It’s been eons since I had them. Since I’m the only one in my fam who likes them, I go for the lazy man’s route. I put them in a bowl with some water boil in the microwave, drain the water and toss on a touch a butter. Mmmmm!

  14. I love pierogies. It’s been eons since I had them. Since I’m the only one in my fam who likes them, I go for the lazy man’s route. I put them in a bowl with some water boil in the microwave, drain the water and toss on a touch a butter. Mmmmm!

  15. We love perogi’s! Thank you for sharing these ideas! Check out our polish Christmas dinner, you’ll love it too. I linked it with my ulr, if you’re interested. 🙂

  16. We love perogi’s! Thank you for sharing these ideas! Check out our polish Christmas dinner, you’ll love it too. I linked it with my ulr, if you’re interested. 🙂

  17. Yum! My husband is Russian, so I do not buy these but when I get engergetic, I make them homemade and serve them boiled with fried onions for him and sour cream.

  18. Yum! My husband is Russian, so I do not buy these but when I get engergetic, I make them homemade and serve them boiled with fried onions for him and sour cream.

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