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Very, very good! Nice comfort food meal. As it is approaching St. Patrick's Day, I substituted the bacon for 1/2 lb of chopped cooked corned beef and simmered it with the cabbage and onion. Excellent recipe, Lainey. I'll make this a lot. Thank you!

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Sheryl #3 March 15, 2011

Very delicious!! I changed it up a bit to make it with less calories: I left out the bacon and then fried the cabbage and onion in calorie-free butter spray; I used white whole-wheat egg noodles, low fat cottage cheese, and only 8 ounces of cheese; I also left off the butter and cracker crumbs at the end. I also used half mozzarella and half colby jack cheese only because the store didn't have shredded muenster and I was too lazy to shred it myself. I was expecting to like this but it was even better than I expected! Thanks for the recipe!!

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Keee September 21, 2010

A family favorite. I used flip side crackers one time. The pretzel flavor made this outrageously good. I also used feta cheese. mmm.

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My Sweetie's Sweetheart February 10, 2010

From one yinzer to another, Lainey this is fantastic! A combination of two Pittsburgh favorites! I followed the recipe exactly--but recommend making the day before for flavors to blend. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Margaritalady September 24, 2009

Great casserole. I love pierogis and this is a great way to capture that flavor.

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potions April 02, 2008

Wow, what a great casserole! DH ate almost half of it himself. He loved dinner tonight. I served this with kielbasa which was perfect. Didn't change a thing in the recipe except for using wide ribbon egg noodles in place of the kluski noodles which I couldn't find. This was just a wonderful combination of flavors and was really pretty simple to put together. The crumbs on top added that little extra touch!

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Kim127 February 12, 2008

I tried to scale the recipe down as small as I could. I didn't want to overdo it and I didn't think it would freeze well. It turned out very well and shows how flexible the recipe is. I loved it and will make it again.Made for Holiday Tag Game. Thanks for another winner Lainey!

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ElaineAnn March 14, 2007

I knew even before making this that I would love it, and I was right! I love pierogie casseroles, but this one was different because there's no mashed potatoes. Quite a nice change of pace. While mixing together, it may seem like it will be dry, but while baking, it somehow moistens up quite a bit. I used medium egg noodles and only half the amount of bacon. For the vegetarians out there: this would be just as great without the bacon. I will continue to make this in the future with and without bacon. Thanx for posting this!

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*Parsley* December 07, 2006

Delicious!! I've never had anything like this before and really loved the combination of flavors. DH and the children loved it too. I think I'll make this for a holiday sidedish with ham or roast pork. It would be a great dish to take to a potluck too! Thanks for sharing!

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Acerast October 29, 2006
Kluski-Pierogi Casserole