Perogy-Stuffed Shells


Perogy-Stuffed Shells


Perogy-Stuffed Shells
Perogy-Stuffed Shells

For a comforting Polish-inspired recipe, make these Perogy-Stuffed Shells. Each shell contains a mashed potato and Cheddar cheese mixture topped with more cheese, crumbled bacon, and Bechamel sauce. This delicious stuffed pasta shells recipe is the perfect hearty appetizer for any game day. You can even stuff the shells beforehand, so all you have to do is top them with 3 ingredients and pop them in a preheated oven. How easy is that? And this dish can easily be made vegetarian if you omit the bacon crumbles. It's like killing two birds with one perogy recipe.


Bake for 30 min until cheese is melted and bubbly. Broil 1-2 min if desired. Sprinkle with green onions.

Makes16 Shells

Preparation Time20 min

Cooking Time40 min

Cooking MethodOven

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This recipe looks amazing! My family loves polish food, especially pierogis! I often make stuffed shells too with ricotta, but never would have though to make them stuffed like pierogis! This would be a great make-ahead dish or to take to a potluck. I love that it calls for a bechamel sauce. Yum!

I am not the biggest pierogi fan but my family loves them and would probably love this recipe! I really like the use of the Bechamel sauce. We normally make pierogies with kielbasa so this would be such a unique take.

I've never made perogy before, but I've always enjoyed it. I think I'm going to have to give this recipe a shot.

Thank you so very much. I have not had homemade pierogi in many years. Now I can enjoy a cheat's way scaled down that I can make just for me.


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