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I invited our new neighbour over for lunch and they absolutely adored these little devils! I made them with my daughter, and she really enjoyed sealing the pieroggies. I served it with some sour cream blended with paprika and cilantro. What a delight! I think next time I will try to put some riccota in the filling, what do you think? :0)
Cindy, I'm sorry I don't have the recipe for the casserole. I will look around and see if I can find it for you. Meanwhile, it would be a good idea to go to Community Disscussion Area and post the question in Request A Recipe. Then you would have all the chefs looking for you!! I'm glad you liked the pierogis!!
Good things to add to the potatoe mixture are: green onions bacon bits cheddar cheese My kids love these...
These were absolutely delicious.I also took some to work and ate them cold and believe it or not, they were even tastier. I found them a little fiddly to make, very easy to cook, but well worth the effort.
After cooking these in water, my family always sauted ours in the butter AND diced onion. Very Good!
We added 1/2 teaspoon garlic and a pinch of basil to the filling. Wonderful!!
We really loved these. Added garlic and onions to the butter. Wonderful!!
This is called in Poland: "Russian pierogi". However, the genuine recipe requires for the use of cottage cheese mixed 1:1 with potatoes.
I am wondering if you have the recipe for the casserole using Lasagna noodles. Do you think I could use this filling? This is great thanks
Wow! These are wonderful. I remember a neighbor of years ago bringing pierogis to our house sometimes for cookouts. These are as good as I remember!