Great base recipe to nake your own! I wanted this dish now and didnt want to wait 8 hrs for it to cook so I did it stove top. I used a large pot and tore the tenderloin, by hand, into rough forkable pieces. I didnt habe any garlic and left out the potatoes. So I put the sauerkraut and pork tenderloin pieces into the pot together, added the caraway and cooked covered on medium low to low heat for about an hour stirring occasionally amaking sure all the pork pieces were mostly submerged in the liquid when I wasn't stirring it. Towards the end I added some dark brown sugar to cut the tartness to my own taste. I was looking for this recipe with caraway in particular because my polish grandma on my fathers side makes it with the caraway and authentic polish kielbasa every year for Thanksgiving and I wanted to learn to make it myself. Also my grandma on my mothers side makes it with pork and lots of brown sugar so its super sweet with no caraway. I love them both so I added a little bit of each family recipe into my own new one. The pork was super tender and juicy and was the perfect amount of caraway. I probably only added about 2 tbsp of brown sugar just to level out the tartness. Thanks for this great recipe to inspire a new family recipe of my own!
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Great base recipe to nake your own! I wanted this dish now and didnt want to wait 8 hrs for it...