Pierogies and Kielbasa is always a comfort dish. Pierogi casserole is a super simple recipe you can toss together in minutes and get to baking. Cheesy, creamy, and loaded with flavor.
Pierogies and Kielbasa
When I want something quick or easy I always reach for a casserole or slow cooker recipe. This pierogi recipe is one of my family’s favorites. Cheesy is always welcome in our home.
Also, you might like my Instant Pot Pierogi Soup. This is another super quick and easy dish to serve up. Pierogi casserole with kielbasa is so simple but full of flavor.
Do You Use Fresh or Frozen Pierogies
You want to use thawed or fresh Pierogies for this recipe. You will cook your pierogies in a pan with butter for a few minutes on each side. This is going to add texture to your dish.
Then you will assemble the casserole and toss in oven to finish cooking.
What Flavor of Pierogies Do You Use
I just used cheese flavored but you are more than welcome to use any flavor or brand of pierogies that you like. I think this recipe is so versatile any would be a good fit.
How Long Do You Bake Pierogi Casserole
You will cook your casserole for 20-22 minutes. Or you can cook until you feel it fits your desire. I did it long enough to heat the casserole through and melt the cheese on top.
What To Serve With Pierogi Casserole
How To Store Leftover Kielbasa Pierogi Casserole
You can store your casserole in the fridge for up to three days. Just place in an airtight container. Then reheat in the microwave or oven when you want to eat some.
If you do oven make sure to cover with aluminum as it reheats, so it doesn’t dry out.
Ingredients In Kielbasa with Pierogi Casserole
- Sour Cream
- Green Onions
How To Make Pierogies and Kielbasa
- Start by cooking your pierogies in butter in a skillet. Cook for about 3 minutes on each side.
- In a bowl mix the filling together, and then combine with pierogies and kielbasa.
- Pour into 9×9 pan and bake according. Full directions are below and you can print them off.
Can You Freeze Pierogi Kielbasa Casserole
Because of the dairy used in this recipe, you will find the sour cream doesn’t hold up well when thawed after being frozen.
It can curdle and change the texture. Now it will still taste good, just have a different texture. So, if you want to try, feel free.
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Can I Double This Recipe
Of course, you can double this pierogi and kielbasa recipe. Use a 9×13 pan if you want to double your recipe. Then bake as directed below.
Pierogi And Kielbasa Casserole
- 2 Tablespoon butter optional
- 20 pierogis thawed or fresh
- 1 1/2 cups sour cream
- 1 cup cheese
- 1 lb kielbasa or polish sausage
- 2 green onions chopped
- Add butter into a pan on medium heat, and cook pierogies for 3 minutes on each side.
- While they are cooking mix your sour cream, 1 chopped green onion, kielbasa, and 1/2 cup of cheese together.
- Mix in pierogies and then pour into a greased 9×9 pan. Top with remaining cheese.
- Bake for 20-22 minutes or until cheese is melted.
- Top with green onions.
Such an easy 30-minute dinner idea that is loaded with flavor and kid-friendly! Plus this recipe doesn’t cost much to make if you are looking for a meal on a budget.