Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
This was an awesome addition to our rotation!!
Very tasty! I used mild sausage and pepper jack cheese. I also added some caraway seeds. We ate it without buns to reduce carbs. I will be making this frequently.
We loved this sandwich. I used gotta instead of sausage and it was out of this world. (Goetta is a Cincinnati favorite that is made with sausage and steel cut oats.)
Yummy recipe, easy to prepare. Hubby went back for seconds. I added diced potatoes to leftover filling and made a GREAT small pot soup...thank you.
....adding Thousand Island dressing made this a new family favorite!
If you're going to drain and wash the sauerkraut you might as well just use pland cabbage
Tried this recipe. Thought it was rather dry. Added some tomato sauce. Next time I will make cut my peppers in larger pieces.
I have had this sandwich with a regular bun and a pretzel bun, The pretzel bun wins hands down. It was a nice change of pace from lunchmeat. For extra tang use mustard.
YUM! I followed the recipe except I did NOT rinse the sauerkraut. I use sauerkraut in a jar from Germany, which I think has better flavor than canned or bagged, and we prefer to keep the tang that would get reduced with rinsing. Great recipe.
Provolone?!? How about Muenster? Keeping with the German theme!