Choucroute garnie
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Choucroute garnie
  Crockpot    Pork  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:16:12 AM. Recipe ID 45933. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Choucroute garnie
 Categories: Crockpot, Pork, Tested
      Yield: 8 Servings
 
MMMMM----------------WOMAN'S DAY CROCKERY CUISINE---------------------
  1 1/2 lb Pork shoulder
      1 lb Knackwurst
      1 lb Italian sausage
      1 lb Bacon
      3 lb Sauerkraut
      8    Juniper berries
      2 tb Gin
    1/2 c  Wine, white
 
  An Alsatian sauerkraut and meat dish
  
  Polish sausage may be substituted for Italian sausage.
  
  Cover bacon strips with boiling water; set aside  Cut pork into 1"
  chunks. Slice knackwurst and Italian sausages in half. Combine pork,
  knackwurst, and sausages and set aside. Drain sauerkraut, rinse in
  cold water and squeeze dry.  Drain bacon and pat dry. Chop bacon. Mix
  into sauerkraut and add crushed juniper berries and gin. Add half of
  sauerkraut mixture to crockpot, then add mixed meats and remaining
  sauerkraut, sprinkling with pepper as you go. Pour wine over all and
  cover. Cook about 2 hours on High.
  
  Turn into warmed serving bowl.  Sprinkle with parsley. Serve with
  boiled potatoes.  Pass around mustard  or horseradish, if you wish.
  
  Sylvia's comments: cook on HIGH?  In a crockpot?  Then what's the
  point? I cooked it all day on LOW and everything was falling apart. I
  have a similar recipe that includes apples and brown sugar that I
  like better; this is great for someone who favors bitter tastes, I
  served it with applesauce which cut the bitterness well and the
  result was delicious. 




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Recipe ID 45933 (Apr 03, 2005)

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