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A SUPER easy and VERY tasty recipe! I am thrilled to have found this and will be making it many more times. I used left over small Strasbourg sausages and everything else was as posted. I garnished ours with the optional caraway seeds and creme fraiche (sour cream sub here in France) and we ate this with home-made crusty bread - a REAL Winter warmer and VERY much enjoyed! My only disppointment was that my photos did not do the meal justice - my cabbage was a pale green which looked yellow after cooking! Made NO difference to the taste however! Made as a Fairy Dust recipe in the Holiday Tag special for MsSally! Merci Halcyon Eve! FT:-)
Very nice! I added a little bit of paprika for the color, and a bit of crushed red pepper for the kick. Thanks for posting.
I doubled the recipe for a German themed potluck. Fantastic! We did add more vinegar and some garlic!
This is yummy, filling comfort food - not to mention very easy on the pocketbook for a single mom with three big boys to feed. :) My youngest son has decided it's his new favorite! Thanks for sharing, H.E. !
Very good. Almost like Kohl Cannon Nova Scotia style.