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Quick & Easy Pierogi Casserole

Quick & Easy Pierogi Casserole created by no2jrof4

I had something similar to this at a potluck and recreated it on my own. It's super easy and will probably please the whole family. I generally serve this dish with a side of salad to compliment the heaviness of the casserole. Sometimes I add some fried onions beneath the ham for something different.

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  • Layer the bottom of a 9x13 greased pan with frozen pierogies.
  • Then sprinkle the ham over top of the pierogoies.
  • Mix together the soup and milk and pour over the ham and pierogies.
  • Top with cheese and bake uncovered for 45 minutes at 350.
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"I had something similar to this at a potluck and recreated it on my own. It's super easy and will probably please the whole family. I generally serve this dish with a side of salad to compliment the heaviness of the casserole. Sometimes I add some fried onions beneath the ham for something different."
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  1. assistantlisahart
    can I make this as a freezer meal?
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  2. LaraKN
    Loved this, super easy. I used my homemade cream of whatever soup mix along with a mix of chicken & ham leftovers. Shared some with my Polish friend who doesn't/can't cook. She said "This is a way I can use up all those frozen piergies in the freezer, even I can do this."
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  3. no2jrof4
    Quick & Easy Pierogi Casserole Created by no2jrof4
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  4. no2jrof4
    I was looking for something easy to make with some leftover ham and ran across this recipe. IT is delicious and very quick and easy. I will be making this again.
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  5. Wejoe
    This recipe is very quick and easy. I use boneless chicken breast instead of ham or sausage. Since the ham or sausage is already cooked and just needs to be heated with everything else. I cut the chicken breast in small cubes and partially cooked them in a pan. The put the casserole together per recipe. This way the chicken finished cooking in the oven with everything else. I also add 15 minutes more and covered with foil to keep things moist. But if you want a crisper top then leave it uncovered, or after the 45 minutes uncover to get the criper top.
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