Top Rated Sauerkraut Recipes

Tender Grilled Pork Chops
Sauerkraut goes well with pork and is a traditional accompaniment to pork chops specifically. This recipe uses sauerkraut juice instead of sauerkraut for a tasty twist. This recipe is courtesy of Biotta Juices.
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Weizenheimer
This German-inspired grilled cheese is an indulgent, scrumptious sandwich for Oktoberfest, National Grilled Cheese Day, or any other day of the year.This recipe is courtesy of Tillamook and Matt Breslow of the Grilled Cheese Grill in Portland, Oregon.
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Baked Reuben Dip
 If you want a modern twist on the traditional corned beef and cabbage dish, try this easy-to-make flavorful dip served with rye crackers.
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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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Save some of the corned beef to make these crispy egg rolls!
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You can now make your own pierogies! With Bisquick and a few other ingredients, these pierogies will be done in no time. Serve them with some applesauce or sour cream as a snack or a side dish.  Click here to see the 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Bisquick
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For an alternative to a vegetarian hot dog, try this broccoli dog from chef Amanda Cohen from Dirt Candy. 
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This hearty dish is perfect for those meat lovers. There are layers of delicious beef and other vegetables. Click here to see the 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Bisquick
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Reuben
This hot American sandwich is truly a classic recipe with corned beef, melted Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and creamy Russian or Thousand Island dressing all on fresh rye bread. You can make this into a Rachel Sandwich by substituting the pastrami for the corned beef, and serve both of them at your next luncheon. ​
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Steelers fans come to Heinz Stadium for more than just good football. This Allegheny burger, named after Allegheny county in Pennsylvania, is stacked with the stadium's namesake-braised onions and a sauerkraut aioli to make it more than just any old burger. Did we mention it's topped with pierogies?
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