German Side Dishes

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Round Steak with Dumplings

Round Steak with Dumplings

Round Steak with Dumplings

Here's a yummy, elegant-looking steak dish that's a breeze to make. Much of the preparation can be done in advance.—Sherri Odom, Plant City, Florida

Glazed Brussels Sprouts

Glazed Brussels Sprouts

Glazed Brussels Sprouts

“This is my all-time favorite vegetable recipe! Even people who don't think they like brussels sprouts really love it. I like to serve it all year long.” Joan Braun - Lakewood, Wisconsin

Sausage with Apple Sauerkraut

Sausage with Apple Sauerkraut

Sausage with Apple Sauerkraut

Dress up sauerkraut with apple and fennel and serve it with Polish sausage or bratwurst. Top with your favorite mustard or relish.

Stewed Tomatoes with Dumplings

Stewed Tomatoes with Dumplings

Stewed Tomatoes with Dumplings

When I was young and did not feel well, my mother made one of my favorite dishes. Just smelling it cook made me feel better, along with her tender loving care.—Viola Stutz, Greenwood, Delaware

Herb Stuffed Pork Chops

Herb Stuffed Pork Chops

Herb Stuffed Pork Chops

I've had this recipe for almost 50 years. Any time I want the meal to be extra special - for dinner parties with friends, birthdays, anniversaries or holiday meals - I prepare these pork chops. I never fail to get compliments on this entree. -Bessie Hulett, Shively, Kentucky

Red Cabbage Casserole

Red Cabbage Casserole

Red Cabbage Casserole

Since I enjoy spending time with my guests rather than alone in the kitchen, this one's a favorite dish...I've served it with ham, pork and turkey. With its color and eye appeal, I call on it on special days like Christmas or Easter when I'm cooking for a crowd. I'd also recommend it for potlucks. Although my husband and I were "city kids" both born in Toronto, we have been farming since we were married. We have two grown daughters.

German-Style Mashed Potatoes

German-Style Mashed Potatoes

German-Style Mashed Potatoes

Comforting and filling, these tangy potatoes will warm up any meal, especially one with a German flair. They’re a fitting accompaniment to sausages like bratwurst. —Alena Horn, Austin, Texas

Sauerkraut Mashed Potatoes

Sauerkraut Mashed Potatoes

Sauerkraut Mashed Potatoes

Even people who claim not to like sauerkraut will enjoy this tangy side dish from Betsy Esley of Three Mile Bay in New York. She uses handy convenience products to make it as quick and easy as it is delicious. "It's also especially good served with ham or any pork dish," Betsy adds. "And the flavor is even better the next day—if you're lucky enough to have leftovers!"

German Red Cabbage

German Red Cabbage

German Red Cabbage

Sunday afternoons were frequently a time for family gatherings. While the uncles played cards, the aunts prepared wonderful German treats such as this red cabbage. Oftentimes there wasn't enough room for everyone at the dining table, so the grown-ups and babies ate first. My cousins and I would hang around waiting for our turn, hoping there'd be plenty of food left.

Campfire Beans

Campfire Beans

Campfire Beans

Served with cheese-topped corn bread, this is delicious!—Flo Rahn, Hillsboro, Kansas

Vegetable Stuffing Bake

Vegetable Stuffing Bake

Vegetable Stuffing Bake

This vegetable medley has become a family dinner tradition for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Even though our three children are now married, when we get together for the holidays, this dish is always on the menu. It's as important to them as the turkey! -Becky Kusmaul Ankeny, Iowa
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