Top Rated Sauerkraut Recipes

ribs and apples
This is a slow-cooker recipe featuring pork spareribs and apples — a perfect soul-warming combination.
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Corned Beef Egg Rolls
This twist on traditional corned beef and cabbage is a special St. Patrick's Day item at Sláinte Irish Pub and Kitchen. Made with carrots, onion, celery, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing, it's the perfect appetizer for any St. Patrick's Day celebration.
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Potato & Sauerkraut Gratin
This casserole is a welcome addition to your repertoire of winter’s warming dishes. Potatoes and sauerkraut are two staples of the German kitchen in the winter. Traditionally, the potatoes were stored in a cellar and the remaining cabbage from the harvest would be turned into sauerkraut. It’s no surprise, then, that these two ingredients pair very well together. Sauerkraut lends a pleasant tanginess to this creamy potato gratin. It’s a great side dish paired with heavy dishes such as venison stew or beef roast. 
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This recipe brings together the key elements of a Jewish deli — all in a burger. Homemade Russian dressing and a unique pastrami burger make one of our favorite deli sandwiches into a burger creation, and one of our picks for the 50 best.  Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes
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Dark Chocolate Cake
Who says that being on a diet means you have to sacrifice dessert? What’s the secret to keeping the calories and fat down in this chocolate cake? Well, sharing, for one, but the real secret is: sauerkraut.
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Reuben Dog
Soon after it was invented by Bernard Schimmel, the Reuben won the National Sandwich Idea Contest in 1956. Now, nearly 60 years later, the combination of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing is still a deli favorite. It's definitely mine. Whenever I'm lucky enough to eat at a classic New York City deli for lunch, a Reuben is my go-to order — but I always swap out the corned beef for pastrami. As much as I love the sandwich, though, I've never once made it at home. The lengthy cooking methods for both corned beef and pastrami completely contradict my sandwich ideal: a quick, no-fuss lunch or an easy weeknight dinner. This recipe solves the problem. Changing the meat once again, I sub out pastrami for an all-beef, char-grilled hot dog, which I top with all the best parts of a Reuben: melted Swiss, hot sauerkraut, and tangy-sweet Russian dressing.  Click here to see 8 Creative Hot Dog Recipes.
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Apples and Sauerkraut
This Eastern European take on a Thanksgiving side dish is one of Culinary Content Network blogger Coconut & Lime's favorites. 
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Pork and Sauerkraut
Talk about an aromatic meal. One whiff of this, and you’ll be instantly transported to your “happy place” where comfort food reigns supreme. After all, there is nothing like a slow cooker to make you feel at home. — Emily of Holistic Squid Click here for more recipes from the Holistic Squid. Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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Flaky Reuben Bites:
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Turn Reuben sandwich ingredients into a tasty appetizer when you bake classic ingredients in Pillsbury’s refrigerated crescent dinner roll dough and serve in bite-size pieces. For more inspiring Irish recipes, click here!
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A classic Reuben uses Thousand Island dressing, but throw some sharp mustard in here and you’ll get a great contrast to the rich meat and cheese. Instead of broiling or using a sandwich press, fry up the meat in a sauté pan, and then melt the cheese directly over the meat for maximum meat-cheese adherence.
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McReuben Corned Beef Sandwich
Forget about cheeseburgers, greasy pizza, and tacos as late-night fare. Enter the classic Reuben sandwich; delicious and classic in its own right, but sadly, a bit forgotten. And on St. Patrick's Day, serve it as a delicious party-friendly finger food twist on traditional corned beef and cabbage.
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With sauerkraut, cabbage, onion, and egg noodles, this dish has all the flavor of traditional pierogies but without all the work of making the dumplings. For more recipes, visit Taste of Home
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