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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,

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livingstonfran June 06, 2011

This is one of our favorites. I halve the onion, cabbage, and pierogie amts and its the perfect amount for 3 of us. Don't use red onions - ha ha!! I found that out the hard way (its all I had one night)!!

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jacks1023 April 23, 2010

Loved it. I am used to Southern cooking, and this is a little off that beaten path, but it was soooo good. Pierogies are like a Southern "dumpling" with a filling. FABULOUS. I followed the recipe exactly (with another tablespoon of butter once the cabbage was introduced to the pot), and my ususal suspects (friends and relatives who pay homage to my "test kitchen" raved over this recipe. Now, I am ready to experiment with peirogies. Thanks Artsy.

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EmptyO August 08, 2009

What a nice quick, easy and filling meal. I used venison kielbasa that my hubby made himself and it was delicious. Added a little more butter while cooking and then it was gobbled up by the whole family. This makes a very nice meal. Thank you for posting.

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Aunt Paula August 26, 2008

this is great we loved it between three of us we cleaned it up thanks

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memaw #2 January 17, 2008

Hi Artsy Chef, what a great meal! We had it the other night - we were having foods from different places - and I wanted to present the pierogies, not alone, but with other foods. I made the recipe almost exactly as posted, but I used butter instead of margarine & added grated cheddar on top. I cooked the defrosted pierogies in with the cabbage. It was awesome! We used to serve pierogies with just butter sauce and nobody would eat them so, we tried this and it worked! How about that! Thanks for posting, Diane :)

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Manami September 26, 2007

I enjoyed this. I increased the butter and I added a dash of cajun seasoning to the recipe.

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Andtototoo! August 04, 2007

Holy Cow....This was a wonderfully easy and tasty meal...it was a total surprise to me how good it tasted as i've never cooked with cabbage before. MDH said that this was a keeper and we need to have to often, thanks for posting

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Bekeur August 02, 2007

This is a terrific and easy all-in-one meal! A great use for frozen pierogies. To my delight, my kids went crazy over it!!! they devoured the cabbage and all! I used butter in place of margarine and added some shredded carrots. Thanx for sharing your recipe; I'll make this again.

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*Parsley* July 31, 2007
Pierogies and Kielbasa Skillet Casserole