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    does anybody have a tried and tested sauerkraut recipe please?

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    Default Re: sauerkraut

    Are you after a recipe to make your own sauerkraut? (I haven't got one of these I'm afraid.) Or a recipe to make with ready-made sauerkraut? (I have a good one somewhere.)

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    Default Re: sauerkraut

    I want a recipe to make my own sauerkraut ... but I'll take your other recipe too please

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    Here you go. I can't remember where I got it from originally - think I adapted it from something found on the web:

    Braised sauerkraut with potatoes and pseudo-sausages
    (Makes enough for two hungry'uns or four abstemious'uns)

    half a large (c 800 gram) jar of sauerkraut
    1 tbsp olive oil
    black pepper
    tomato sauce made with one tin of plum tomatoes and an onion (ready-made
    tomato sauce would do)
    1 teaspoon paprika
    6 baby new potatoes, quartered
    4 tofu frankfurters or similar sliced into bite-size bits
    c1.5 glasses dry white wine

    1. Rinse the sauerkraut in a colander, then steep in cold water for half an
    hour or so. Then drain, and squeeze out as much of the water as possible.
    2. Heat olive oil in a large saucepan over a low heat and stir-fry the
    sauerkraut for 5 minutes.
    3. Add pepper, tomato sauce, wine and potatoes and mix thoroughly.
    4. Bring to the boil, then turn heat right down. Cover and cook for 50-60
    minutes - the potatoes should just be tender. While it's cooking, check
    regularly to make sure it's simmering slowly and not drying up - if it
    threatens to, add a little boiling water.
    5. Add paprika plus sausages, mix, cover again and braise for a further 10
    minutes so that sausages are heated through.

    Serve with wholegrain mustard.

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