Really enjoyed the recipe. Par boiled the potatoes and Prepped the entire meal in about 15 minutes. I added one tablespoon of spicy Brown mustard. And substituted chicken stock for the white wine.
Great recipe! I made it with chicken apple sausage and it turned out great! I did cook the potatoes before hand like the previous reviews suggested and that made the timing work out perfectly.
Tasty, Filling, Easy I made this the other night. I had to use red potatoes and turkey sausage as that's all my grocer had. I also used cheap white cooking wine. Despite this, the dish turned out amazing! The sauerkraut and onions really set it off. All around a wonferful, flavor and easy to make dish. I ate it for leftovers three nights straight, and it seemed to get better each time. I will be making again!! Pros: Easy to cook, extremely tasty Cons: None
Love it! My fiance loved this dish. He requests it! I took the other's advice and precooked the potatoes and they turned out fine. I recommend using the Sweet Apple Sausage. I never had that before and I love it. Pros: Delicious and easy
Really Filling This turned out really delicious. It is a good use for sauerkraut. I, also, found that it took much longer to cook the potatoes, and I used Yukon Gold. Will definitely make this again.
Great Weeknight MealMy husband and I both enjoyed this meal. I also used a smoked beef sausage that I had on hand. I also used red potatoes and had to let it cook a little longer but it turned out great. Will definately make this one again!Pros: Super Easy
Great Weeknight Meal My husband and I both enjoyed this meal. I also used a smoked beef sausage that I had on hand. I also used red potatoes and had to let it cook a little longer but it turned out great. Will definately make this one again! Pros: Super Easy
Easy one-dish dinner Good, easy dinner. My husband doesn't usually like sauerkraut, but he liked this. I used the kielbasa I had in the freezer instead of chicken sausage, and russet potatoes instead of Yukon gold. The sausage substitute was fine, but the russet potatoes took forever to cook. I just kept adding wine, and it turned out great. The sauerkraut and sausage held up really well to the extra cooking time, and this was a tasty dish. I will make it again, but with the right potatoes next time! Pros: Easy, tasty