Sometimes you just need a plate of comfort for dinner.
We usually eat nicely balanced meals followed by fruit for dessert. However, every once in a while I make a big comfort plate for us.
This is diced cabbage, slivered sweet onions, garlic, red pepper, kielbasa and soft pierogis.
It’s very simple, but warms the soul on these chilly winter evenings.
No quantities in my recipe as it can be made to your own liking. We love fried cabbage and Flyp will eat most of it out of the pan before it makes it to the table so I have to over budget in cabbage.
Peel and slice kielbasa and then cut slices in half
Brown in pan with olive oil
Dice up cabbage (we use about 1/4 cabbage)
Sliver some sweet onion
Thinly slice a red pepper (or any colour)
Fresh garlic to taste
Salt and Pepper to taste
Your favourite pierogis. We use our last of the homemade batch in the freezer.
Fresh cut chives
Start to sauté onions, cabbage and garlic in pan with olive oil.
In boiling water, cook your pierogis entirely.
Drain cooked pierogis and add to pan of cabbage and onions and add red peppers and kielbasa. Mix it all thoroughly allowing red peppers to heat entirely and pour onto platter.
Dress with salt and pepper to taste.Serve with sour cream fresh cut chives.