Polish Comfort Food

PIerogies and Kielbasa

By An Edible Mosaic

There's no need to thaw frozen pierogies before cooking! See the full recipe for more info.

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Step 1

Start off by cooking the pierogies because they'll take the longest. I like to cook them in a skillet so they get crispy.

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Step 2

Brown the kielbasa.

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Step 3

Sauté the cabbage in the skillet that you browned the kielbasa in.

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Step 4

To serve, divide the cabbage, kielbasa, and pierogis between 2 large shallow bowls and add any toppings you like.

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This classic Polish comfort food combo is easy to make in just 30 minutes!