One of my favorite blogs is Cooking during stolen moments. Kate, the author, often has good recipes that my family enjoys eating. One of those recipes is Sausage-Sauekraut skillet dinner. I saw the recipe when she posted it in May and decided I needed to put it on my menu plan.
To be honest, I’m the only one who enjoys eating sauerkraut. Hubby does eat it; however, it’s not his favorite. When I made it on Monday, the boys humored me and tried the sauerkraut. They both decided they were not fans of it. They both loved the sausage. I could have saved time and effort and cooked up the sausage. Hubby did enjoy it, and I loved it. But I love sauerkraut, so the likely hood of me liking it is great.
Things I did differently:
I used turkey sausage. There is no difference in taste.
Instead of canned sauerkraut, I used refridgerated sauerkraut. I also rinsed off the sauerkraut before putting it in the skillet.
I also used three potatoes.
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Nice new site Traci – if the boys are not big fans of the sauerkraut, what about the Italian style- sausage and peppers. You can make enough sausage for all of you, make a little kraut for you (and hubby). Throw a few peppers in the skillet when you finish cooking the sausage. Nice flavor and a veggie to boot! (spaghetti sauce can be mixed in too). Then it is a 2 for 1 special. Looking forward to watching your new blog. Love you!