Bavarian Sauerkraut Recipe
A tasty side dish of sauerkraut is mellowed and sweetened by onion, brown sugar, and sherry. Some people like to eat it with pork on New Year's Day for good luck.
Savory-sweet pork chops are baked with sauerkraut, apple, and brown sugar in this easy and hearty German dish.
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Sauerkraut is slowly simmered with brown sugar and apple to mellow out the tangy flavor, then baked with bacon and kielbasa sausage for a hearty German-inspired main dish that will warm you up.
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Krautkrapfen is a recipe from Bavaria/Germany: crullers from noodle dough filled with sauerkraut and bacon.
Made this to go with a pork tenderloin. Thought it was excellent. I used all of the ingredients listed. I wound up cooking it twice as long as suggested, but I like my sauerkraut smushy, not crunchy. I wasn't sure about the sherry taste, but it def. cooks down into a very subtle flavor and adds just a , faint detection. I will def. make this again. Thank you for the recipe.
Use ready-made meatballs -and some sweet-and-sour ingredients -to get the tangy, slow-cooked taste on this toothpick treat.
Don't expect typical stinky American sauerkraut with this recipe. This is sweet and doesn't even taste like cabbage. This is how sauerkraut is made in Germany and the recipe is very easy and good. I am a vegetarian and so I used butter instead of bacon grease and vegetable broth instead of chicken stock. It still turned out great.