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Made this for dinner tonight. My husband went on and on about how good it was. When he found out where I got the recipe, he said, "you've got to go give it a rating now!" Great recipe, very tasty and very easy. I used sweet sauerkraut, so I didn't bother to rinse it. Baked it in 9X13 pan.
Made this the other night for 2 people. Cut all ingredients in half and baked in a loaf pan for 10 minutes. Because I have never found buttermilk biscuits in Canada,I used country biscuits sprinkled with caraway seeds. The taste was very good. The only thing I would change next time, is use half mozzarella and half swiss cheese. THIS IS DEFINITELY A KEEPER.
I just knew we would love this the minute I saw the ingredients!! This kind of recipe is why I can't lose any weight!! Seriously, I made this for dinner just an hour ago and my DH and I really liked it, even though I am not a fan of horseradish. I made it just as written, but I used a turkey kielbasa, which may have helped with the grease comment that one of the other reviewers mentioned. (Mine was not greasy at all)I think I need to lower my oven to 375 or even 350, because the biscuits were a tad "doughy" in the middle, but I think my oven "runs hot". I did find out tonight that DS does not like sauerkraut!! Too bad, more for me!! Thanks Lorac for a keeper!!
Well this is a good one! my hubby loves saurkraut and always wants me to make something with it and I never do because I don't like it, but this sounded interesting, well guess what folks.... it is DELICIOUS! you made a believer out of me! Thanks for such a good recipe!
Used this recipe for supper last evening. I used bavarian sauerkraut,that is the only thing I changed.The next time I will use ham instead of the kielbasa, it was to greasy for my taste. Very interesting recipe. Thank You.
this was so good... I was really surprised! I didn't have enough swiss cheese, so I used some sharp cheddar also, and it was good. I didn't rinse the saurkraut either as I like the tang.
YUM! I didn't rinse the sauerkraut. Growing up with German and Polish cooking had I done so, my great-grandmama would have struck me down (anyway DH and I both LOVE the taste of sauerkraut so I just couldn't bring myself to do it). Also I ran out of shredded swiss, so I topped it off with thinly slices mozzerella (thank you Pearlgirl for the idea) and it turned out WONDERFUL! The tang that the horseradish/mayo/ sauerkraut made together was SO good. Lets hope I never loose this recipe (I'd be in trouble).
What a wonderful tasting dish. All of the flavors are great together. It was creamy, and just the right amount of horseradish which gave it a robust taste. The nutty flavor of the Swiss cheese was perfect. I did omit the biscuits, but only because DH is on a low carb diet. We love Kielbassa and this recipe is going to be my NEW favorite....until you post another great recipe. Thanks, Carol, for sharing a great recipe.
Another winner Lorac! I used regular kielbasa as opposed to smoked, and made in a 12"x7 1/2" pan. I do think that next time I will not drain my sauerkraut quite as much. It was a little drier than I would have liked even with the mayo and horseradish mixed in. I did split my bisquits in half before placing on top and then only cooked them an additional 7 1/2 to 8 mins., until browned. I was concerned that they would be doughy on the inside if left whole. I served this with my Beet Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette # 64286 and the two dishes really complimented each other very nicely. Thanks for sharing Lorac. Tweeky a.k.a. Judi
We were VERY satisfied with this unique "take" on saurkraut and sasuage! We did fry up the sasuage prior to putting it in the casserole, as I now usually cook the sasuage and kraut seperately anyway,since we don't really like all the salt and grease in the kraut. The horseradish "sauce" was very flavorful and unique, adding a lot to the dish. Hubby and daughter and I all liked it. A keeper for sure! Thanks! Very easy too!!!!