Recipe by Natdiamond
"A delicious mixture of some traditional German ingredients makes for instant and easy comfort food."
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1 1/2 pounds
fresh bratwurst links, casings removed
onion, halved and thinly sliced into half rings
1 (14.5 ounce) can
Bavarian-style sauerkraut, undrained
uncooked white rice
chicken soup base (paste)
ground black pepper
This was an excellent recipe. We all loved it. I used whole rice instead of white... and I used a little extra meat. When we came back from the bar later on in the evening we had some left overs and topped it with some BBQ sauce or some mustard and it was awsome!
We all loved it the first night we had it but it didn't taste as good leftover. If I make it again I will cut the recipe in half.
This was excellent. I think next time I will mix the rice and meat mixtures in the frying pan before serving just for the ease of serving but the meal was excellent.
Excellent! Of course had to change a bit with what was on hand...I used ground sausage, not bratwurst, because I'm lazy. Also added some celery seed with the fennel. Not sure if my sauerkraut was Bavarian, it's sauerkraut I get from the refrigerated section in a bag. The sauerkraut tang was there but just toned down enough that it's not all you think of. I used beef base instead of chicken. I was generous with the raisins, and they did not taste like raisins when the dish was done, just delicious so don't leave them out :) Servings are very generous. Now I am wondering what subbing some beer for the water would taste like...? Thanks for the fabulous recipe!
I just made this. I love the balance of the flavors. I like sauerkraut but usually find it overwhelms whatever it is eaten with. The rice mellows out the sauerkraut perfectly.
This was realllllly good :0) My guy didn't like it so much but, I did. It's a fruit thing, we didn't have raisins so I used cranberries. Don't worry I'll eat it. YUMMY..
Thanks for posting.
This more than satisfied my bratwurst and sauerkraut craving! This is an excellent comfort food dish, and it came together very quickly on the stove making it a great week night meal. Make sure you grab a large enough pot because this makes A LOT!
Used vegetarian substitutes. Worked well.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 317
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