Working 12 hour days 7 days a week, I was delighted to return home to a delious meal from my Crockpot. Easy, tasty, and delious are understatements for this recipe!
I didn't change a thing, but this recipe just didn't work for us. We found it to be very bland. I used thick pork steaks, which turned out very tender, but very dry . I used one can of cr of asparagus soup, but I think the recipe should have called for two, which may have changed the overall dryness of everything. It definetly needed more liquid. The potatoes and cabbage were also lacking flavor. I'm sorry to post a review like this, but we were just so disappointed.
this is your typical bland german comfort food; edible and very filling.
This was okay for us. It got really runny for me and the taste was just ok. I guess I like alot more seasoning in my food. It wasn't bad just needed something else. I will tweak it a bit and try again. Thanks.....Stephanie
Not my favorite for taste and texture. Might try it again with savoy cabbage instead of regular and try a few different seasonings. Leftovers sat in fridge 'til I finally had to throw them out. Worth another try though.
Delicious!! Wouldn't change a thing!! Perfect crockpot dinner to make in the hot summer months or cool winter nights!! Rathskeller means the cellar of a town hall, often used as a beer hall or restaurant, usually located below street level.
Loved the flavors in this recipe. I used cream of mushroom soup, sour cream and regular onions as substitutes as that is what I had, but we absolutely loved it. I made it on top of the stove as I didn't think ahead and start it in the morning. This is a definite "do-er again"! Thanks, Carole in Orlando
Delicious comfort food! I used Cream of Mushroom soup also and had good luck with it. We're Atkins disasters in my house, so we put the pork and sauce over rice. Wonderful and easy meal. Thanks! PS-- what does "rathskeller" mean?!
This was very good. I put the whole cabbage in. The cabbage had a delicious taste. My whole family loved it. I didn't brown the chops, though. I just put everything in and cooked it on high for 1 hr and low for about 7 hrs.
This turned out very well. I actually used homemade cream of asparagus soup Cream of Asparagus Soup. (Trying to stay away from msg ect.) Pork was very tender, it tasted like a very unique stew. Short on time I cooked in crock on high 3 hours. I also added a couple pieces of cooked nitrate free bacon between the meat for added flavor.