I recently saw a recipe online somewhere for pierogi lasagna. I didn't keep the recipe, but I did think, "Wow, what a great idea. I've made pierogis from scratch and they are a pain. I bet this way would be easier." So, I gave it a try with GREAT results. Everyone loved them and they weren't terribly hard to do. (PS. I made these for my inlaws who are Slovak and they loved them. That means they are awesome.)
Here is a step-by-step for you to try if you'd like to make it.
You will need the following ingredients:
10-15 New Potatoes (I leave the skins on for added nutrition. LOL!)
1 package of Lasagna Noodles
2 onions (I prefer Vidalia, but didn't have them at this time)
1 stick of butter
6 oz (or more if you like more cheese) of 3 different cheeses of your choice.
(I prefer the one pictured below mixed with the already grated orange variety)
3 tbsp. milk or cream or sour cream
Salt and Pepper
Preheat the oven to 350.
These Cora lasagna noodles are awesome. Don't get the ones that cook in the oven because there isn't enough liquid in this recipe to cook those noodles. (I don't think. I hate those anyway)
While those are cooking, do the following.