Perogies aren’t something I often cook in the summer, but this delicious recipe just can’t wait for fall. These beauties are always the first to go at meal time. The key is to toss these tasty potato treats with lots of bacon and caramelized onions.

Anyone can cook perogies but I’m hoping this inspires you to actually do it. Make sure you use the BBQ in the fresh air. I’ve have had them as a main dish, side dish for pot lucks, and also tossed them with other ingredients, peppers, mushrooms etc.

Perogie Perfection

  • Homemade perogies (2 dozen, homemade or frozen)
  • Onions (finely chopped or chunky)
  • Bacon
  • Salt, Pepper to taste
  • Freshly chopped parsley
  • Cook bacon on a baking sheet or fry on the BBQ, drain, let cool then break bacon into pieces.
  • Cook onions in frying pan with butter or BBQ sauce, when caramelized let rest.
  • Boil perogies for a couple of minutes in water until tender. Then drain.
  • Melt butter or add oil to frying pan
  • Place perogies in pan with onions and cooked bacon and fry on medium heat for about 7-9 minutes per side.

Serve with Ketchup or Sour Cream! Delicious, enjoy!

About the author

Kyle H.

Kyle H.


Each weekend my wife, baby and I climb into my Chevy Colorado... aka the white sheep… aka the cottage vehicle and drive up to the cottage in hopes to make it up before the sunset or in time for a quick ski or for dinner. We are really hoping to fit in all three! But, if we don't get it all in Friday night, we still have the rest of the weekend to do that plus… play games, BBQ's, see friends and family, campfires, swimming, skating, tobogganing, beers, pranks, boating, cliff jumping, rope swings, water falls, river rides, fire works, relax and so much more! I love the cottage and everything that goes with it.