Top Rated Choucroute Garnie Recipes

Choucroute Garni recipe. Ready In: 3 hours 30 min Makes 8 servings 755 per serving Ingredients: pork spareribs, salt, black pepper, vegetable oil, garlic clove, bacon, onion, sauerkraut, carrots, caraway seeds, red potatoes, polish kielbasa, chicken broth, white wine
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An Alsatian sauerkraut and meat dish.
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Cooking Light OCTOBER 2002
Choucroute garni is French for "garnished sauerkraut." This dish is just that, with hearty pork tenderloin, bacon, and turkey sausage. Use a good dark beer (such as stout) for extra flavor.
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Recipes Network
Choucroute Garnie
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Tarynne
This is a dish my mom would make on an occasional Sunday. We lived near an alpine market so the variety of sausages changed often.
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Jacques Pépin
Families in Alsace generally eat choucroute garnie during the wintertime, because it's such a hearty, filling dish.; Jacques Pépin has adapted the recipe to make it quicker and easier—calling for store-bought sauerkraut instead of the homemade kind, for instance, and suggesting peanut oil as a substitute for duck or goose fat, which may be less accessible. He always serves two or three types of mustard with the choucroute—a hot Dijon, a grainy Pommery and often a tarragon-flavored mustard as well.
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Choucroute — the pickled cabbage that is a cornerstone of Alsatian cuisine — is similar to sauerkraut. One key difference is that choucroute is always cooked in wine. Here, sauerkraut is combined with smoked ham hocks, sausages and potatoes.
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of Ann Volkwein and Lynn Kearney
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of David Rosengarten
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Flar1954
The Alcassienne/French way of the sauerkraut.
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Xangus
This is a wonderful full flavoured main dish that makes a great winter meal. It's hearty and tasty,,worth making.
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lazyme
Classic choucroute garnie combines sauerkraut, potatoes and a variety of meats. This version uses smoked sausage and is fast to get on the table.
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