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Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa

I found a recipe the other day for "German Kielbasa" ... only a few ingredients .... all in one pot.  (all recipes dot com)

 

Peel, core and chop 6 apples, put in pot with sauerkraut and simmer 10 minutes, add sliced sausage and 1/4 cup brown sugar .... simmer an additional 10 minutes.  (I bought "good sauerkraut" from the gourmet deli.)

 

Smells delicious!  I'm adding a baked potato to the menu.

 

It's simmering ... I'll let you know now it tastes.

 

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Re: Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa

gosh how I love sauerkraut!!! I used to cook it with pork chops  and serve applesauce--and the baked spud is good too. I'm not much for the apples or brown sugar tho--would put in onions and carrots-

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Re: Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa

A friend shared a similar recipe with me and I made it a couple of weeks ago...

 

The only difference is that her dish called for shredded, green cabbage instead of sauerkraut.

 

I made it in my crockpot, and it was delicious! ♥

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Re: Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa

As a young child I spent many of alternate summers in Brooklyn buying Nathans crunchy hot dogs drowned in sauerkraut from the hot dog truck.

 

As a working adult, during lunch I would go to the food truck to get my fill of FRIED KIELBASA, on a hoagie roll loaded w/fried onions & mustard along w/a dose of car fumes to top it off.

 

@ALRATIBA   Thanks for the memories.

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Re: Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa

I like hot dogs with sauerkraut. It's been a long while. Not sure about the apples, brown sugar or kielbasa though. Huh, guess that was pretty much the whole meal. LOL. Hope it turns out!

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Re: Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa


@Mz iMac wrote:

As a young child I spent many of alternate summers in Brooklyn buying Nathans crunchy hot dogs drowned in sauerkraut from the hot dog truck.

 

As a working adult, during lunch I would go to the food truck to get my fill of FRIED KIELBASA, on a hoagie roll loaded w/fried onions & mustard along w/a dose of car fumes to top it off.

 

@ALRATIBA   Thanks for the memories.


@Mz iMac The car fumes took me back! 

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@ALRATIBA wrote:

I found a recipe the other day for "German Kielbasa" ... only a few ingredients .... all in one pot.  (all recipes dot com)

 

Peel, core and chop 6 apples, put in pot with sauerkraut and simmer 10 minutes, add sliced sausage and 1/4 cup brown sugar .... simmer an additional 10 minutes.  (I bought "good sauerkraut" from the gourmet deli.)

 

Smells delicious!  I'm adding a baked potato to the menu.

 

It's simmering ... I'll let you know now it tastes.

 


Yes, please let us know how it tastes.  Every year we can homemade sauerkraut.  I'm always looking for new things to fix with it.  Thanks in advance.😊❤️

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Re: Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa

I've had the sauekraut and sausage, sausage/apples and brown sugar but not all three together.  I bet it IS good.

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Re: Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa

I don't have any sauerkraut but was thinking of a crockpot of cabbage and kielbasa with potatoes.

 

Your recipe would also be good with a pork roast.

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Re: Sauerkraut, apples, brown sugar and Kielbasa

I have a similar recipe where you tuck in cooked potato pierogi. Very good.