Top Rated Kapusta Recipes

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mellybelly
I was amazed to hear about the health benefits of sauerkraut, it even cures bird flu! So I am trying to get more of it into my diet. This is from http://www.sauerkrautrecipes.com/recipe19077.shtml There is tons of great recipes on this site. Excellent with pirogies!
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PBUOTE
This is a classic Polish cabbage dish. It has been changed over the years as it's been passed down through the generations, but remains a staple. Quick, simple, and delicious!
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danawitczak
My dad use to call this wedding kraut. It was served every year at Christmas with Kielbasa and the christmas ham. He would also make it for special occasions, including weddings when requested!
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jaie
This is a traditional Polish side dish or main meal for a vegetarian. Sauerkraut takes on a very different flavor when you bake it. (Try it for yourself and see!) I eat sauerkraut right from the bag though, so I love it however it's made :)
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Recipes Network
Polish Kapusta Soup
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lor
Kapusta is a well known Polish cabbage recipe. You can enjoy this as a main meal or a side dish. It is very versatile. Sometimes I add kielbasa and other times I omit it. It's up to the individual. I hope you enjoy it.
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foodtvfan
This is a traditional Polish sauerkraut recipe that my late sister Elizabeth and I developed together. This recipe was submitted to WNED TV for their ethnic cookbook and it was published in 2002. It freezes well and is great with sausages, kielbasa, stuffed pork chops, hot dogs, or breaded pork or chicken cutlets. Serve with boiled small new potatoes with melted butter and dill, some good rye bread, and dill pickles. The kapusta can be cooked entirely on top of the stove over low heat, stirring frequently. You can top it with wieners, thick ham slices, or precooked sausages for last 30 minutes of baking. Or top it with kielbasa for last 30 minutes or so, or slice the kielbasa and bury it in the kapusta at the beginning of baking. Brown pork chops both sides, bury them in the kapusta and bake for 1-1/2 hours until meat is done. The yield given is an estimate.
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Holly
Try this recipe for a change from the ordinary. Sauerkraut is baked with mushrooms, onions and cabbage.
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ladyfingers
My very German parents loved this Polish dish. It is from A Taste Of The Country Cookbook.
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CJAY
From Madison Middle School.
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P_D
A traditional Polish dish. I got this recipe from my Mother in-law, Epherzine. We make it for every holiday meal. If you like sauerkraut, you will like kapusta.
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Arktos19
This is my mom's coal country PA version of kapusta, easily adapted to be vegetarian/vegan by substituting vegetarian beans for the pork and beans.
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