Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 6 hours
It was ok but not my cup of tea
I am new to Sauerbraten, so I'm not sure how authentic it is, but the meat had little flavor and the amount of gravy I ended up with was enormous. After looking at other recipes, I'm wondering why this has so much tomato flavor. The gingersnaps were an interesting twist.
This is one of my family's favorite recipes!! I've made it so many times over the years that I have the recipe memorized! :) I make the fingernail cookies from scratch now,
I have been trying for more than 20 years to imitate my grandmothers sauerbraten recipe. The first time I made this recipe it was so close so I decided to pickle the meat in apple cider vinegar diluted with water for three days prior to cooking. I finally was able to replicate the sauerbraten I remember as a child that my grandmother made that I love so much!!!
Made this exactly the way it said t and it was way to sweet..
A lot of sauce, didn't have to make the gravy. Very tangy, my husband loved it. I made spaetzle, first time, it went well with it. Maybe less ketchup and ginger snaps, I'm going to experiement next time.
Although it was quite easy to make, I was a little disappointed with the flavor as I like my sauerbraten to have more of a marinated sour flavor.
I've made this a few times since the recipe first appeared in 2009. It is very simple to prepare and the Sauerbraten is tender and well-seasoned. This is great with potato pancakes and sweet and sour red cabbage. This recipe is a keeper!
This was easy and so delicious, I had never made or had this dish. It was very easy and very good Sauerbraten , will make and share it with friends
It is delish!!!!