Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Perogies


Growing up, I always loved when my mom made this perogie stir-fry. I thought perogies were the best. I loved them so much that when a stray cat appeared in our garage one day, I named it Perogie. He didn't stick around for long, but my love of perogies is still alive and kicking.

I wanted a quick and easy dinner to make last night and this was just perfect. It's pretty simple - slice up some of your favorite veggies (I used green peppers, onions, carrots, broccoli, and a few pressed garlic cloves) and saute them in olive oil. While those are cooking, open a box of frozen perogies and saute them in another pan until they are lightly browned, about 8-10 minutes. Heat up some sausage (I used Bob Evan's fully cooked links) and toss everything together.

Now here's the secret ingredient...


Penzeys Greek seasoning. Almost all the herbs and spices I use are from Penzeys. They carry every herb and spice under the sun, plus all sorts of yummy mixes like this one. Greek seasoning is a mix of salt, Turkish oregano, garlic, lemon, black pepper, and marjoram. A few final shakes of this on the perogies and you're done! Easy and delicious.

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