22 Reviews

Very good. I made the mistake of cooking the frozen pierogies right in with the mushrooms and onions because the package said to cook from frozen. But they were too delicate for the stirring needed, so some broke apart. Next time I would thaw them as you suggested. Thanks for the keeper!

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lolablitz September 12, 2011

My daughter calls it perogie soup. We used bite sized perogies and cooked separately and then added them to the sauce.

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Chantel R. June 01, 2015

Made the usual boring perogies incredible. My husband loves perogies bit I find them a little boring. I kept saying thesy would be great with a sauce and I finally found a great sauce to jazz them up. This was great and pretty easy and fast. I used frozen perogies and sauted them until a little crisp before putting them in the sauce which I think gives it amuch better texture. I highly recommend this if you want a great topping for your perogies.

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Mis V. February 14, 2014

What a great recipe! You really feel like you're eating something rich and indulgent, but it's actually a very light meal. I have made this twice, and both times I added some additional seasoning (some garlic and Penzey's "Mural of Flavor"). The second time around, I was making it for a vegetarian friend, so I used vegetable broth. I didn't even notice a difference. My boyfriend is a hard-core meat and potatoes man, and he gets excited when I make this dish. I assure you, you and your family and friends will love it.

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Reeces Pieces June 17, 2012

I really liked this recipe. Used mini pierogies which I pre-boiled... but the exact recipe beyond that. Loved it- so simple but filling and tasty.

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Camaro Chic September 24, 2011

Definitely 5 stars! I used half the pierogies, but made the full amount of sauce. The sauce was SOOOO tasty! I actually think the sauce would taste good on other things, like chicken or possibly even meatballs, kind of like swedish meatballs. I didn't use low fat sour cream, so with that and doubling the sauce I guess mine wasn't really Weight Watchers, but thats ok! We will definately make this again and again! Thanks for posting the recipe.

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TexasKelly March 15, 2010

I used this recipe with butternut squash ravioli and it has become a household favorite!

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Iandicus February 28, 2010

Quick, easy and very good. I did saute the pierogies in butter before adding them to the sauce just for a little extra flavor.

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iris5555 January 23, 2010

This dish has a good flavor and it was a nice change of pace easy to make.

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doncat2006 February 02, 2009

I would have given this recipe a three, except I think pierogies is a pretty freaky dish to be begin with so I am sort of biased against them. I thought they would taste totally different with this recipe, but they still tasted like pierogies. The sauce was very creamy and had a subtle, rich flavor. For five points, they were fairly tasty (for pierogies), filling and easy to make.

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vcanfield October 11, 2008
Pierogies With Creamy Mushroom and Sherry Sauce