Pierogies and Caramelized Onions

Speaking of quick and comforting, dinner the other night was another one that was heavy on convenience foods.


One of the things I discovered in the freezer section of the grocery lately (I really do need to go to this section more often, I’m missing out on lots of new products!) is that they now make mini-pierogies, which unlike their larger siblings, are designed to be sauteed without needing to thaw or boil them first.

This one is easy as pie. Slice up 5 onions, and saute them in a half stick of melted butter until almost caramelized. Add the pierogies and saute for another 10 minutes, until the pierogies are browned. Drizzle with some good balsamic and sprinkle some sea salt and serve. Shown served here with seasoned and sauteed pork loin chops.

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  1. Lorence

    That looks great – this is one of the items I have on my list to post on my own blog. I boil mine first, then saute them with the already caramelized onions and cabbage with some sliced kielbasa, too. I haven’t tried balsamic on them yet – good idea,though. And I do have a box of Mrs T’s in the freezer……

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