[CnD] Sauer Kraut In A Crock Pot

Nicole Massey nyyki at gypsyheir.com
Tue Feb 21 04:39:52 GMT 2012

I used canned new potatoes, and you can get them sliced or diced from some
grocery stores, but an egg slicer will slice them no problem if you get
whole ones.
I core apples, of course, but never peel them for anything, as why throw all
that good nutrition from the peel out?

What I generally use is two packages of smok4ed bratwurst, (Johnsonville is
a decent brand) with two cans of new potatoes in the bottom of the pot and
then a jar or bag of sauerkraut tossed with an apple cut into small pieces
and a heaping tablespoon of whole peppercorns. It's potatoes, then kraut,
then bratwursts, in layers, on the stove simmering for about 20 minutes, or
you could put it all in a crock pot and cook for around 4 hours or so until
the brats become puffy and tight skinned.

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Subject: [CnD] Sauer Kraut In A Crock Pot

We have a missions' conference at our church this weekend. If anyone has a
sauer kraut recipe, please pass that information onto me.

Someone said they had one with brought worsts, new potatoes, and apple which
sounded good.

What are new potatoes? Do they have to be sliced once they are out of the

How about the apple, can canned ables be used, or do you peal, core and cut
the apple?

Tom Dickhoner from Cincinnati, Ohio
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