Recipe by The Kitchen at Johnsonville Sausage
"Enjoy a traditional Polish meal in no time. Johnsonville's Polish Kielbasa is the perfect companion to your favorite potato pierogies. The sausage and pierogies are cooked in a delicious medley of butter and onions. This recipe is so quick and tasty that is always hits the spot when you're craving a great Polish meal."
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1 (14 ounce) package
Johnsonville® Polish Kielbasa Sausage
2 (16 ounce) packages
frozen potato pierogies
onion, thinly sliced
Chopped fresh parsley
Dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes? Yes please! This was delicious, and my entire family gobbled this right up. After I cooked the onion and kielbasa, I removed it to a bowl and set aside. I boiled my pierogies for about 5 minutes, and then sauteed them in a bit of butter in the same pan where I cooked the onion and kielbasa, just until slightly browned, and then added the kielbasa and onion back to the pan and gave a quick reheat. This is one meal that I will be making again, no doubt. Thanks Johnsonville® for a great recipe!
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I was pleasantly surprised by the kielbasa. I normally don't care for this type of meat. I had not tried Johnsonville kielbasa until this recipe. It was a very easy recipe to make also. Make sure to have a very large pan. I used my large pan with 3" sides. I also boiled the pierogies in the same pan before cooking the onions and meat. I thought the meat and onions flavored the outside of the pierogies. The insides still tasted like the standard store bought taste. I used cheddar flavor. This would be even much better if I could have gotten my hands on some homemade or fresh pierogies. I would buy the Johnsonville kielbasa again if cooking for visitors, and a recipe calls for it, and if this is a recipe I repeated I would double the meat. I used slightly less pierogies than what was called for and still had half the cooked pierogies left over while the meat was all gone. According to all of the packaging the serving size is 3 pierogies, 4 slices of kielbasa (if each piece is sliced into 14 pieces), and some onion garnish. At 7 servings, according to the meat package used in this recipe, it equals 399 calories per serving. ty
So easy and so tasty! This was perfect for a delicious weeknight meal that tastes like you spent hours. It's definitely a classic and I guess that's why the classics never die. My husband is a huge fan of kielbasa and he really enjoyed this. I was lucky enough to get my hands on some homemade "church" pierogies - and for those of you not familiar with these you're definitley missing out. Perfect topped with a dollop of sour cream and served with a nice garden salad!
It's hard to believe such a simple recipe can be so good! Our family loves Johnsonville sausage, and we love pierogies. A new go-to in our family as an alternative to fast food. Would love to experiment with different flavors of Johnsonville sausage and possibly serve this with sauerkraut as well! Delicious!
This recipe was very easy and super yummy! The only things I did differently was I added Pampered Chef's Sweet Basil Rub while cooking the onions and sausage, and I sprinkled chopped chives on top instead of parsley.
Awesome…and so easy… I was skeptical that this very simple recipe with so few ingredients would turn out well. I did sub turkey kielbasa because that's what I had on hand…. Great weeknight dinner when you are pressed for time.
We enjoyed this recipe very much! Delish! We made no changes except to serve with a brown butter/beer/apple cider/dijon mustard sauce. Will try this again soon!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Polish Kielbasa and Pierogies
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 217
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