A unique mixture of sauerkraut,tomatoes, saut ed onions, brown sugar and bacon makesone surprisingly delicious side dish. It’s ideal served withsmoked Polish sausage (such as kielbasa) or ham. Tip: This tastyconcoction can also be used in place of the plain sauerkrautin the classic “kraut dog” sandwich.
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Recipe: Sauerkraut and TomatoCasserole
4 slices smoked bacon1 small onion, chopped1 (28-ounce) can whole peeled tomatoes,well drained1/4 cup brown sugar, packed1 (32-ounce) package refrigerated sauerkraut,drained*
Freshly ground pepper to taste
Makes 8 or more servings.
*For a milder, less “tangy” taste,lightly rinse the sauerkraut with cold water and drain thoroughly…butdon’t over do it or too much flavor may be lost.
Nutritional Information Per Serving (1/8of recipe): 229.1 calories; 69% calories from fat; 17.7g totalfat; 15.5mg cholesterol; 483.1mg sodium; 417.8mg potassium; 16.4gcarbohydrates; 3.9g fiber; 11.5g sugar; 12.5g net carbs; 1.9gprotein.
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