Pork and sauerkraut recipes, aka Schweinefleisch und Sauerkraut. These two go together in so many different ways. So totally German! First, you'll find the recipe for this 'false' Kasseler with sauerkraut. And, it uses a slow cooker! Below that, you'll find links to various combinations of these that are sure to please your "German" taste buds. Wunderbar!
I love using my new Cuisinart Slow Cooker! (I gave away my old one!)
With a 24-hour timer and an automatic Keep Warm feature, I LOVE this!
My recipe for this 'false' Kassler uses a smoked pork loin recipe (or peameal bacon recipe). It tastes so similar to Kasseler, you'll use it as an alternative inexpensive meal. My hubby says it even tastes better.
Perhaps you like Kasseler, but it's so difficult to find outside of Germany. Unless you're blessed with a German deli close by, you'll need to use an alternative. Above is my favorite one.
The above recipe is so nice because it uses a slow cooker.
This is one of my most loved kitchen appliances.
It makes for quick and easy preparation of absolutely delicious meals.
Here, the peameal bacon roast and sauerkraut as simmering and will be enjoyed in a couple of hours!
What I find amazing is that this almost tastes like Kasseler. That's why it's my "false Kasseler" dinner. Hubby finds it so delicious as well.
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Peameal Bacon and Sauerkraut