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I love this recipe it's so simple and so flavorful. I like to add caraway seeds but otherwise follow per directions. Thank you for sharing.
This was good! I could of ate it without the pierogies. I thought I had kielbasa but I only had smoked sausage. I added carrot also and only used half an onion. I put a little soy sauce on mine. My husband put sirracha on his.
This is a great tasting meal that takes so little time to prepare and doesn't require an extensive list of ingredients. I sauteed the pierogies and did everything as per the recipe and everyone including hubby loved it. Thank you so much for posting. Definitely a keeper. :)
This was Excellent- I added dillweed to taste- also I just added pierogies to skillet and let cook.
Love this! Quick and simple to prepare. The only thing I added was caraway seed. Delicious.
I've been making an almost identical dish for years! It's such a nice thing to make when you don't feel like working too hard. If you're feeling extra lazy, you can replace the cabbage with coleslaw mix.
I recommend adding more spices. We've used garlic salt, more pepper, and a couple of dashes of hot sauce.
We have a new 'I'm too tired to cook' meal. Very tasty and so simple. I added more butter (or the extra could be olive oil), and lots more pepper. Next time I will use the mini pierogies and there will be many more next times.
Great meal using Pierogie [peer-Oh-Gee] Potato Pierogies Perogies for the perogies. We had never had anything like this so turned out very good.
One of the best and simplest things I have ever ate.
So good and so easy! I added some salt and crushed red pepper flakes for a spicy version.
This recipe is a keeper.
Thanks for sharing!!
This is very easy to make. It is very much like a dish that I already make which I call fried cabbage. I thought the addition of Pierogies would be great addition, I have never had pierogies or even cooked them. So I did some experimenting. The recipe stated to boil or cook according to package directions. Mrs T's states that you can bake, saute, deep fry or boil. I baked one box as per box directions and then sauteed with the cabbage and onions and sausage. Hubby liked the softer texture of the sauteed pierogies best. We both enjoyed the dish. We are big meat eaters and love sausage so I would add another pound of sausage. Also as I have gotten older, I like more spice and I might add more spice,