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I omitted the sausage, used 15 perogies to fit my baking dish (a size bigger than 9x9, worked out well for leftovers) used mushrooms, cauliflower, red pepper, bit of salsa mixed in with soup, 1/2 mozza and 1/2 cheddar. Caramelized onions to slather over the top at serving time (omitted onions in baking). This baked 40 min @ 375F and 10 min without lid. DH liked this more than me..maybe I'll add sausage next time and find the zip I was missing!
This recipe is great--goes together easily and incorporates several good-for-you foods. I do make it without the hot sauce, though. Our family likes it better that way.
Talk about warm and comforting------this is it! I used some steamed cauliflower and carrots that were hanging around in the frig, red onion, baby bella mushrooms, Mrs. T's periogi's(the 4 cheese flavor)and plain ole' smoked sausage. Wonderful supper for the 2 of us and enough left for DH's lunch tomorrow! Thanx for posting this one Bergy, I'll be using it again!
When I saw this the other day I knew I had to try it. I even made homemade pierogi's just so that I could, using Rita's dough recipe (#48587) and Uncle Bill's filling recipe(#53551). I used chopped rutabaga, cabbage, cauliflower and onions for the vegetables and sauteed them in a little butter first. I didn't have any smoked spicy sausage but used cumberland sausage which is pretty spicy. I boiled them first in some water to which I had added some lemon juice, then browned them lightly in a pan before laying them on top of the vegetables. I didn't have any mushrooms, but no matter, it is delicious! Thanks Bergy for a fantastic recipe!