This is the best sandwich I ever had and I hadn't had a good one since my husband passed away. He did all the cooking and so the taste of this was a real treat for me.
Total Time: 5 minutes
Yield: 1 whole sandwich or two 1/2 sized sandwich
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I had leftover sauerkraut, which I had no idea what to do with. I also had a leftover baked potato, so I decided to combine them into something completely new.
Hearty heart-warming comfort food. Can be cooked on the stove or in a slow-cooker. Serve with good rye bread. The secret of Bigos is that it gets better as it's reheated. The more it is heated the better it gets. Also a great make-ahead meal.
This is a very easy recipe. If you like sauerkraut, you should love this. In Nova Scotia, we have a locally made delicious sauerkraut which I use that is made on Tancook Island.
Follow the directions to make the dressing, using real chicken broth and real butter. Mix in the undrained sauerkraut and sprinkle with sugar to cut the tartness of the kraut. Mix in the onions, celery, and sprinkle with sage to taste.
This is a great soup that even most people who do not like sauerkraut will like!
This is a sauerkraut lovers' dream!
If you like sauerkraut, you'll love this salad. One of my sister in-law's favorites!
I'm not usually a fan of sauerkraut, but this is really very good! I like the combination of other ingredients. They blend well and make the taste of the sauerkraut not seem quite so strong.
Brown sausage slightly. Combine other ingredients, except cheese. Bake 2 hours or in crock pot 8 hours on low or 4 hours on high. The last 15 minutes add the cheese.
I have a 101 year old friend who passed this idea down to several generations. When she was a teenager, their basketball team got stranded in a snow storm in Iowa.
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Go to Google and type in sauerkraut cake. Several sites come up with recipes for this. Sounds yummy. Good Luck and Happy New Year.
I lost my recipe for making Sauerkraut Balls. It uses one can of SPAM and 1 can of corned beef in place of ham. Thank you.
By LINDA from Akron, OH
* Sauerkraut Balls*
1 med. onion, minced
2 tbsp. butter
1 c. ground cooked ham or 1 can Spam
1 c. ground corned beef
1/4 tsp. garlic salt
1 tbsp. mustard
3 tbsp. minced parsley
2 c. sauerkraut
2/3 c. flour
1/2 c. beef stock or bouillon cube, dissolved in 1/2 cup of water
2 eggs, well beaten
1/2 c. bread crumbs
1/8 tsp. pepper
Sauté onions in butter, add ham, corned beef. Cook 5 minutes and stir often. Add garlic salt, mustard, parsley, pepper, sauerkraut, 1/2 cup flour, and beef stock. Mix well. Cook for 10 minutes. Spread out on platter to cool. Shape into small balls. Roll in flour, dip into eggs and roll in crumbs. Deep fry in hot fat at 375 degrees until golden brown.
It seems to be the universal recipe as it's listed here as well:
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Quick and easy stew. My entire family loves it. Brown ground beef and drain (do not rinse), add ranch beans, corn, salt and pepper, garlic power (to taste) and let simmer for about 20 minutes.
Great as a salad, fun on a hot dog, with mustard or as a side dish to pork or any meat.
Combine all ingredients. Store in refrigerator.
I must admit this is not a particular favorite of mine as I don't like sauerkraut, but my sister in-law loves it!