Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 25 min.
Great recipe. The foundation of the meatballs and sauerkraut is truly delicious. As my husband will tell you, I cannot make a recipe as written. So, just some tiny additions. I had some leftover cooked rotini in the fridge that I added. In addition, I thought the noodles could use a little butter. Then, finally, I sprinkled maybe 1/2 tsp. Of caraway seed. When I served it, I put a very small dollop of sour cream. Oh, yes. We just bought 1/2 hog and there very many pounds of ground pork. Now we have a stellar way to use it.
This is a pretty good recipe and I like the fact that it is freezer friendly. Whenever I use sauerkraut I always rinse it in cold water several time since the brine is very salty. That might help those of you concerned about the sodium level.
OMG these were good! Did not change a thing; served over sauerkraut. They were super simple to make and the leftovers were great.
This is similar to the one my MIL made, but it had raw rice and cooked for a long time in the sauerkraut. Loved that this is much faster and very, very good.
Superb! I did, though, make a few personal adjustments (caraway seeds, German stone-ground mustard, even some bacon (who doesn't like bacon?). This is definately a basic recipe to adjust to your personal likings. Served over garlic mashed potatoes. Yum!! Leftover meatballs were great with pasta sauce over spaghetti.
I love sauerkraut!!!!
Loved this recipe. The meatballs are different and delicious.
These were very good. I did however bake these in the oven and they were fine. I also would've served them over sauerkraut but the family would not have it! HaHa. Will definitely make again. Thank you for sharing!
Delish!! I used ground turkey and 2 beer brats . Tasted fine :) and added caraway to the sauerkarut!!!
these look quite tasty... except for the sodium of 3 meatballs is 1636 mg - wow! I cant wait to make them tho'!