Pierogies and Sausages

"Yum.....easy, fast and delicious comfort food. These are a regular item on our menu that take very little effort for a great reward ! I came home dog tired tonight and the last thing on my mind was dinner, but had these on the table in 30 minutes! Not bad for a Monday night dinner !"
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Ready In:
30 pierogies




  • Heat a large pan of water to boiling.
  • When the water boils, add the pierogies.
  • Cook the frozen pierogies for approximately 10 - 15 minutes. They will float to the top when ready.
  • Drain and set aside.
  • While the water is heating, cook 3 slices of bacon until crisp.
  • Drain on a paper towel then cut up finely.
  • Reserve the oil from the bacon.
  • Fry the sausages in the oil until done - about 10 - 15 minutes on medium heat.
  • Remove the sausages and set aside but keep warm.
  • Add the pierogies to the oil and fry for approximately 10 minutes. Add the onion and bacon 1/2 way through.
  • Turn the pierogies frequently, they should start to get a bit crisp from the oil.
  • Serve pierogies and sausages with bits of fried onion, bacon and top with sour cream.
  • Yum !

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  1. Rick T.
    Excellent. I also lightly steamed some broccoli and added it in right before service. It added some color and the broccoli went perfectly with the sausage and pierogi.
  2. kel-Cie T
    we like to cover our sausages in bbq sauce
  3. Bekah49036
    I made this for dinner last night. YUM! I did tweak the preperation a little bit though. While I was reading the box of Pierogies I realized that there was no need to boil them first. So I sauteed the onion and bacon for a couple minutes then added the Pierogies and sausage (which I cut up into bite size pieces). Everything was done at the same time. My onions got a bit caramelized but I like them better that way. Served with sour cream. Great weeknight dinner. Thank you so much!
  4. Chattes
    Very good. I served the sausages separately and it worked out well. I did use non fat sour cream because that's all I had. I bet it would be even better with full on sour cream. Lovely!
  5. Bergy
    This is comfort food. I cooked the sausages in water in the fry pan first, drained and cleaned the pan then put the sausages back in the pan with 1 tbsp bacon grease, added the onions & perogies, covered the pan -heat on medium low and let everything brown. Then added the cooked bacon pieces. I didn't have any sour cream . Enjoyed your recipe very much Thanks cfletcher for posting


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