Awesome Pierogi Casserole

"Full of flavor, this pierogi-layered casserole is nothing short of rich and hearty. It's a wonderful change from the usual humdrum casserole. Taken from submitted by Seanna Chauvet."
Awesome Pierogi Casserole created by wicked cook 46
Ready In:
1hr 30mins



  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place the potatoes in a large pot with water to cover over high heat.
  • Bring to a boil and cook until the potatoes are tender.
  • Remove from heat, drain, then combine with milk and 6 tablespoons of butter, mash and set aside.
  • Melt the remaining 2 tablespoons of the butter in a large skillet over medium high heat.
  • Saute the bacon, onions and garlic in the butter for 5 to 10 minutes, or until the bacon is fully cooked.
  • Cook the lasagna noodles according to package directions and cool under running water.
  • Place 1/2 of the mashed potatoes into the bottom of a 9x13-inch baking dish.
  • Top this with 1/3 of the cheese, followed by a layer of lasgana noodles.
  • Repeat this with the remaining potatoes, another 1/3 of the cheese and a layer of noodles.
  • Then arrange the bacon, onion and garlic over the noodles, then another layer of noodles, and finally top all with the remaining cheese.
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  • Bake, uncovered at 350 for 30 to 45 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
  • Serve with sour cream and chopped fresh chives.
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  1. sandyl6
    I'm really liking how this recipe looks. We're vegetarians, so definitely, no bacon. However...pierogis with sauerkraut, spinach or mushrooms, et cetera added sounds like a winner to me, but without the labor intensive pierogi.
  2. Quiltingqueen
    This was ok. I thought it was a lot of work for what was basically a baked potato with lasagna noodles and garlic. It tasted fine, but I probably won't make it again. I will just mix onions and bacon pieces in with mashed potatoes, top it with some cheese and have it all as a side dish. Thanks for the idea though!
  3. alhardin
    This was a great recipe! However next time I will add salt and pepper to my potatos as I cook them because this was really bland until I added the sour cream to my bowl with salt and pepper and mixed it up. Also it didn't say if you should drain the butter and fat off the bacon so I didn't and it was really greasy, I think next time I will drain it off. I def. wont be making it often because it's so fattening, but it was REALLY yummy!!! Thanks for the reipce!
  4. LianneNC
    Like many others, I played around with this somewhat to try to make it a bit easier. It's actually a lot of work to make-- thank goodness my husband stepped in to help! I made a huge batch of mashed potatoes (from scratch, probably almost 5 lbs worth, with butter, half&half, garlic powder and a bit of nutmeg) and mixed in a couple of cups of cheddar and the sauteed onions (didn't use the fresh garlic since I'd already used garlic powder). I broke the lasagna noodles in half before cooking, which made them easier to cook and to layer in the pan. Six of the half noodles per layer... noodles on the bottom, a layer of potatoes, some crumbled bacon, noodles, potatoes, bacon, noodles, potatoes, bacon and about a cup of grated colby-cheddar. Baked for about 40 minutes and served with chopped scallions and sour cream. Delish, great comfort food, but definitely something I'll do only occasionally because of the calories!
  5. Patti Cake
    Serious comfort food - the whole family loved it. I omitted the bacon, but I'll bet that's delish.

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