December 13, 2017
Side Dishes, Dairy, Vegetables,
5 Ingredients Or Less, Budget-Friendly, Cooking For A Crowd, Easy/Beginner Cooking, One-Bowl Does it!, Christmas, Entertaining, Slow Cooker, Make it from scratch more
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"In our area perogies are a given over the holidays, homemade ones are for the most part make aheads and frozen. Getting the perogies to the table takes one lot of kitchen time when cooking for a crowd. The first making had me unsure but the end result impressed. Cooking perogies for large gatherings and potlucks is super easy using a crock pot. For bought perogies buy a good brand, assure each is buttered, this recipe is so good everyone will be surprised to find you didn’t make them yourself or spend the day in the kitchen."
Place frozen perogies in a 5 quart crock pot.
In a large skillet on medium low melt butter and saute onions until golden brown, add salt and pepper. (Be sure to use the amount of butter listed to assure perogies are covered to avoid sticking together)
Cook on high for three hours, checking occasionally, rearranging perogies and spoon the butter over the top.
Crock pots like ovens vary, yours may see them done in less time or take longer.
Once cooked turn on low to keep warm.
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Followed your instructions (good brand, 5 quart pot, rearranging) and they began to turn to stick together at about hour 2 so I pulled them apart, pan fried them and then put them back in. They turned out very yummy! Not sure what I did wrong but wondered if you had any pointers. I think when I make them again I'll use the new "casserole" size crockpot so that they do not overlap. Thanks Gerry!