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My family enjoyed these. They are certainly easier to make than the traditional pierogi

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iris5555 April 22, 2012

I had these at a pot-luck dinner, recently, and they were the hit of the party. I will definitely be making them soon!

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Aslana November 26, 2007

These were pretty good. I lined the inside of the shell with deli ham before stuffing. Thanks for posting!

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Munchkin Mama November 21, 2007

This is my recipe. Someone got it from another website, lol. The comments are mine (butter: "I use lots"). I've posted it on a few websites so I'm not surprised. My husband *loves* these. Even the description is my wording (about it being a "multi-step" recipe). I'm glad you liked it!

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HisPixie October 22, 2007

Your recipe was a life-saver for me. I planned on canning potatoes, but had to leave the house for an emergency right as my potatoes started to boil. They were only supposed to blanch 10 minutes, but ended up sitting in hot water for 2 hours, thus - - cooked all the way through. I've been racking my brain as to what to do with all these darn cooked potatoes and came across your recipe. I didn't have the time to make pierogie dough, so your idea of jumbo pasta shells was just the ticket. I needed to freeze them, since I'm the only one that eats them, so I made many little pie tins with a few in them each to freeze and eat later. Thanks for saving my potato mess. I was happy to find your recipe!!!! Krsi Sue

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Krsi Sue August 23, 2007
Stuffed Shell Pierogies