Improvisational Cookery: Pierogi Mushroom Bake

By Kiersten | Last Updated: April 29, 2013

Pierogi Mushroom Bake

I love pierogies! Maybe it’s because I’m part Polish or maybe it’s because my mom used to make them all the time when I was a kid. They are a favorite comfort food of mine, which makes it all the more tragic that my husband absolutely refused to eat them for many years.

My husband isn’t a picky eater, but there have always been a few things that were on his no list: mac & cheese, cheddar, and pierogies. I got him to like mac & cheese–he had only had it from a box and didn’t know what the real thing tasted like. And he eats cheddar now as long as it’s not by itself. So next we had to tackle pierogies.

I had a coupon for Mrs. T’s pierogies, so I bought a box and it sat in the freezer for quite a while. After we made burgers for dinner, we had leftover mushrooms and onions. So: pierogi bake!

Pierogi Mushroom Bake
I sauteed sliced onions and mushrooms with a little olive oil, salt, and pepper in an oven-safe skillet. When they were almost done, I added the pierogies. I continued to cook until the pierogies were warmed through. While the pierogies were cooking, I pre-heated the broiler.

Once the pierogies were cooked, I topped the whole thing with mozzarella cheese and put it in the oven. When the cheese started browning, I took it out. This made enough for 4 servings, so my husband and I both had leftovers for lunch the next day. Yay! And yes, my husband actually wanted the leftovers because this meal completely sold him on pierogies. Double yay!

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I LOVE pierogies, too! So yummy with sugar and cinnamon on top. Ummmm… so good! I enjoy Mrs. T's but they are nothing like the real thing. I have yet to master the dough of pierogi making but I will do it! It is our new tradition in our home that Christmas dinner is homemade mushroom soup & homemade pierogis. Delish!

Yummmm! My Dad and I went to a perogi factory last week and got about 20 packages, between the 2 of us. They freeze well, so you can never have too many!

I've never had pierogies. Another one of my friends is Polish too and they're her favorite food. Are the freezer ones worth it or do I need to make these for myself?

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