Pork and Sauerkraut Recipe
Pork is topped with sauerkraut, apple, and onion and roasted for several hours in this hearty dish traditionally served on New Year's.
Let this traditional New Year's Day meal bring a tasty table full of symbolism to help celebrate progress through pork and sauerkraut.
Put a whole pork tenderloin and a bag of baby potatoes into a slow cooker and top with sauerkraut and butter to make a hearty one-pot meal that takes care of itself.
Surround a pork loin roast with sauerkraut, apples, and onions, and pour a can of beer on top before roasting for hours. The basics of this recipe couldn't be simpler.
Pork loin becomes tender and delicious cooked slowly with sauerkraut and caraway seeds. This gets raves from my German father. My Irish husband loves it too!
This is the traditional New Year's Day meal I learned from my husband, whose family originated in central Pennsylvania. It's wonderful, especially served with mashed potatoes and applesauce.
As the roast slowly cooks, the tangy flavors of the sauerkraut permeate the pork in this quick and simple, slow-cooked recipe.
The simplicity of this slow cooker recipes belies the rich flavors you will get from the pork, sauerkraut, beer, onion, and sugar.
My mother-in-law made a large batch of sauerkraut one summer and to use it up, we invented this (both out of hunger and necessity to use up all that sauerkraut!) It takes just seconds to throw in your slow cooker and you come home to a yummy dinner.
Pork loin, apples, and sauerkraut are baked together with caraway seeds and brown sugar creating a warm and comforting meal to serve with mashed potatoes and applesauce.