Multi Cooker German Sauerkraut

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    This classic German sauerkraut recipe combines cabbage and pork. Sour and salty taste in this dish is like nothing you’ve ever tasted. Your job is to prepare the ingredients and let your multi cooker to the rest of the work for you.

    We haven’t included side dish for this recipe, so it’s up to you to choose. We suggest mashed potatoes or potato salad.


    Multi Cooker German Sauerkraut
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    Savory dish mainly served for holidays, but feel free to try it whenever.
    Multi Cooker German Sauerkraut
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    Savory dish mainly served for holidays, but feel free to try it whenever.
    Servings Prep Time Cook Time
    8people 15minutes 2,2hours
    Servings Prep Time
    8people 15minutes
    Cook Time
    2,2hours
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    Instructions
    1. Select Saute on your multi cooker and put 1 tbsp of pork lard, then add chopped onions and bacon and cook until onions are soften. Set aside.
    2. Slice the cabbage head in 8 pieces and pork in inch thick cubes. Set aside.
    3. Grease multi cooker with 1 tbsp of pork lard and add 4 pieces of sauerkraut and half of onion and bacon mixture then portion of pork cubes and season with 2 tsp of mix herb seasoning, salt, peppercorns, bay leaves and half of sweet paprika.
    4. Next step is adding the remaining onion and bacon mixture, then 4 pieces of sauerkraut, season with the rest of sweet paprika and add final tbsp of pork lard.
    5. Set your multi cooker on stew and cook for 2 hours. Serve warm.
    6. Enjoy!

    RECIPE NOTES & TIPS:

    We used the whole cabbage head in this recipe and roughly chopped it in 8 parts, but if you find sliced, it's no problem. We would only suggest you decrease the cooking time for 10-15 minutes.

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    Mike Pirano, chef who is specialized in Italian cuisine. Throught his travels accros all regions of Italy he mastered vast viriety of pasta dishes. Besides his undisputed cooking skills, his sence of humor is something that gets us all going every single day. His love of football and wine is now well known, but exact ingrediens of his marinara sauce is something he will not share with anyone.

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