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This is a great recipe,but to make it absolutely sinfully delicious once a year, fry your onions with cut up bacon and when done add 1 quart of whipping cream to the pan. Heat up and then poor over your 3lbs of perogies in the slow cooker. Cook on high for 3 hrs. Amazing and yes a heart attack awaiting to happen, but it's only once a year so enjoy the two perogies you will have!
DH loved this recipe. he is from the coal region of PA and Pierogis are everywhere. i love pierogis too, and this recipe was crazy easy and delicious. i used a mixture of all of the pierogis i had in the freezer and made these for a large group of guests. they also enjoyed the pierogis. i cooked the onions until they were well caramelized. great recipe.
A brilliant suggestion for a pot-luck dish. Thanks!
This was a hit at our last Church Potluck. When I went back to get the leftovers to take home, there were none! And so easy! Will definitely do this one again.
Perfectly simply and crowd pleasing, this went over very well, kids and adults loved it. I used a little extra butter just to be safe. Be careful stirring them, they can get delicate. Will use this one often.
This was quite a change of pace for me, as pierogies are not something I have a lot of familiarity with. I was pleasantly surprised although some of them ended up a little dry. I'm not sure if I bought the right size pierogy! Thanks for sharing.
Wickedly delicious and crazy easy. A bad combination for the arteries but heaven on earth for the tastebuds. Oh, well .... pass the bowl please!
made it loved it, was a change from the usual fried perogies i make and i didnt have to stand over a stove to cook them, i will definetly be using this recipie over and over again, thanks for sharing
Yum. I made these for a luncheon at work, and they're soooo easy to make. Mine only took 2 hours on high though.
Thanks for posting this easy and great tasting crock pot pierogies recipe.