|Making & Using Dried Foods|
|by Phyllis Hobson|
Step-by-step instructions for drying almost everything with or without a commercial dehydrator.
1 - 10 of 130 for bagged sauerkraut
Dissolve the yeast ... upon size. Boil sauerkraut until soft. Cool ... shredded cabbage, salt and pepper. Sauté on low heat until all moisture evaporates.
For up to 120 sarmale Combine ingredients and use to fill cabbage. Arrange stuffed cabbage rolls in a large stockpot or casserole dish and cook over ...
Season meat with salt and pepper, BAM (or your favorite seasoned salt), onion and garlic powders on both sides. Slice Vidalia onions and place one ...
Cook kraut, apple, beer, onion, pepper in heavy sauce pan until all liquid is gone. Mix in brown sugar, hot cooked noodles and butter. It's really ...
Layer Bacon in ... top Layer 1/2 sauerkraut over this. Spread ... Chops fall apart with a wonderful taste. Serve with rolls and beans of some sort. .L. Curry
Bring to boil ... and bone. Wash sauerkraut if you like ... water when re-heating. You can also add dried mushrooms at beginning of process if you like.
Mix together the bags of sauerkraut and mustard in ... chops with spicy mustard and place on top of sauerkraut mixture. Cook at 350°F for 20-25 minutes.
Boil noodles until ... sautéed, add the sauerkraut and pepper and ... family for as long as I can remember and was always a big hit at family gatherings.
Fry bacon and onions together until bacon is crisp and onions are well cooked. Mix all ingredients, including the bacon fat, together in a crock pot ...
Cook sauerkraut with water in ... large frying pan and heat thoroughly. You may want to add more butter. Serve in soup bowl and top with cottage cheese.
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