I have been looking for a great use for the frequently on-sale diced pork I find at my local market, and this is definitely one! I have often used diced pork to make a too-tough Mexican stew, but this recipe yielded a deliciously tender German pork, apple and sauerkraut supper! I first sauteed some onions in olive oil, and then added pork that I'd tossed with some flour and white pepper. Browned the meat, then took it out to deglaze with some water and white wine, as another reviewer suggested. Then, I threw everything back in, along with the can of sauerkraut, two diced apples, ~6 small diced Yukon gold potatoes, ~Tbsp. brown sugar, a few splashes of white wine and some water and apple juice. It all cooked together, tender and wonderful, in less than an hour, and every bit as fabulous as (if not more so, and a whole lot quicker than) many other German pork/apple/onion/kraut things I've tried in my slow cooker or Dutch oven!
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I have been looking for a great use for the frequently on-sale diced pork I find at my local...