Sunday

Saurkraut In The Crock Pot ~ With A Side Of Corned Beef YUM!!

Both my Hubs and I love saurkraut but since the recipe I like calls for beer and sugar, I don't make it.

Yesterday, my Hubs bought a corned beef roast so I was bound and determined I was going to make and eat saurkraut that wasn't made with beer or cane sugar.

Here is the recipe we used and it turned out very tasty.    We did cook our corned beef separate from the saurkraut because my Hubs likes sandwiches the next day and he really doesn't want it tasting like saurkraut.

Saurkraut In The Crock Pot
2 Bags Saurkraut Drained ( I use our own homemade or one I buy with only water and sea salt)
2 Small Apples
1 Medium Onion
1/2 Cup PreSweet Tagatose From NuNaturals
1 Cup Of Water ( Apple juice would be great also)

Place all ingredients in the crockpot.
Cook on low 8 to 10 Hours

 
Not only did this saurkraut turn out great but the corned beef we did in another crockpot was excellent.



26 comments:

  1. I don't think I've ever tried, but clearly I should!

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    1. The saurkraut turned out very good.

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  2. I have to tell you something exciting. I made two cheese cakes with NuNaturals today. They care cooling so we can taste them!

    sandie

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    1. You will have to tell me how they turned out.

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  3. Saurkraut isn't for me, without you, I couldn't even have spelled it at my sea.

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  4. I think this sounds great. I love saurkraut. My husband would think I am trying to poison him. He will not eat saurkrat for anything.

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  5. I love saurkraut! I am totally going to give this a try with my NuNaturals soon!

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  6. Bring back the crock pot, I say!! It really makes the BEST meals and is SOOOOOO easy!!

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  7. I love corned beef but am not a big fan of saurkraut. Yours looks yummy though!

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  8. I remember the first time that I ever tried Saurkraut - I promptly spit it out. LOL. I was in battery park in NYC and I thought it looked good, but it's definitely an acquired taste :)

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  9. Thanks for sharing! I'll have to try it some time :)

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  10. Oh I love this my Grandmother was German my other Grandmother was Irish win win. :) B

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  11. This looks/sounds great! I like crock pot recipes. :)

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  12. I'm glad you found a recipe you could eat! I love corned beef.

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  13. Travis just made this on St. Patty's Day. Yummy! Yours looks good!

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  14. Yum. I love saurkraut. You food looks great.

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  15. I love sauerkraut. Love this recipe!!

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  16. I love sauerkraut --but never make it. I grew up eating Sauerkraut and Wieners... My mother never used beer --but I don't know what her recipe was...

    When I can get a good Reuben Sandwich, I get it. Arby's has good ones--but I'm sure other places to also...

    Your dinner looked TERRIFIC.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  17. I am a sauerkraut fan since Manfred's family got me into it years ago. They even make a(surprisingly good) sauerkraut cake.

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  18. Love sauerkraut and ribs but sadly the Great Scot abhors it. =( Glad you were able to come up with a recipe you can eat!

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  19. Oh my goodness. I love sauerkraut I have got to try your recipe.

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  20. I love homemade sauerkraut and this looks great! And perfect for St. Patrick's Day :)

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  21. Yum! Never made my own before, but this doesn't look too hard. Will have to give it a try.

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  22. Oh my goodness, I need this NOW!!! ;-)
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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  23. My late grandfather use to make this every year for Saint Patricks day. I soo miss him!

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  24. Great idea! Seems like there is always a way to eat what we want to eat!

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