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Sauerkraut in a CrockPot (4 Servings)

  • Author: Bobby




  1. You can start the recipe by filling a large bowl halfway with water, then add the sauerkraut. You allow five minutes for the sauerkraut to soak.
  2. You can drain the sauerkraut from the jar into a colander.
  3. Use cool water to rinse the raw sauerkraut. To extract the water, you will need to press on the sauerkraut with your palms.
  4. You can repeat the soaking and rinsing procedure two more times. This will remove any dirt from the sauerkraut and soften it for cooking.
  5. Go ahead and fill the crockpot halfway with water or wine and add the sauerkraut. Cook the sauerkraut for eight hours on “Low” or four hours on “High” in a covered crockpot.
  6. When the sauerkraut is done. Get a slotted spoon, then remove the sauerkraut.
  7. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  8. You should serve it hot and enjoy it.

The sauerkraut from a jar may seem tailor-made for the slow cooker. Notably, the sauerkraut slowly cooks, releasing its tasty juice and complementing the rest of the crock pot’s features.

It’s as easy as rinsing the sauerkraut and placing it in the slow cooker to make sauerkraut in a crockpot. The rest is handled by the crockpot. Your whole family and friends will adore this soft and strongly flavored dish, whether you prepare it alone or with other vegetables or meat to form a complete meal.

You can watch this video recipe to know how to cook sauerkraut from a jar.