Polish Sausage and Pierogy Haluski Recipe
Stir up a hearty and comforting dish of cabbage and sausage haluski, that beloved eastern European skillet supper, using frozen pierogies.
I was looking for a good polish home cooked meal to serve to my husbands family and found this recipe. It is absolutely delicious!! I flowed directions but substituted an amber beer instead of the beef broth. I doubled the recipe to feed more and had to transfer all of it in a large stock pot to simmer at the end. I also made sure to use a quality polish kielbasa. Everyone raved and complimented the dish!! Great recipe!!!
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