Weirded out by the recipe, but on reflection, most BBQ sauces have a lot of vinegar or other acidic flavorings. So I tried it, adding a bottom layer of sliced russets, sprinkled with red onion. It was OK. I probably would have forgotten it, but my supermaket had a closeout on giardinere and I had a flash--German chicken with giardinere!
I layered sliced Red Bliss (russets got mushy), slivered serranos, giardinere, some sauerkraut and packed in as many spicy turkey sausages and chicken breasts as I could; poured on some KC BBQ sauce. Covered and baked 1 hour. Uncovered for 15 minutes to brown the meat. FANTASTIC! We ate the vegs and a little bit of the meat for the first meal. Had succulent and beautifully flavored braised chicken and sausages: last night's supper (with roasted veg); salad, pasta, sandwiches, hash; and there's still one last piece of sausage destined to be a salad wrap in my brown bag tomorrow.
You've heard of German Measles? I've got German (Chicken) Fever!
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Weirded out by the recipe, but on reflection, most BBQ sauces have a lot of vinegar or other...