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My Lord, Girl, this just made the best supper! It's really easy to fix and the taste is DIVINE!! Made it according to your directions, and it couldn't have turned out better! Thanks for sharing a great recipe. It's definitely a KEEPER! Laudee C.
I'm a latecomer to sauerkraut, but after this dinner I'm converted! Just delicious. Instead of beans, I added minced red onion to the skillet. And instead of water, I used some homemade chicken stock. Simple ingredients and cooking procedure for outstanding results. The pork was perfect with crispy pan fried potatoes and sides of fresh steamed broccoli and cauliflower. This is a winner! I will DEFinitely make it again!
My entire family (both sets of grandparents) is Polish and I often make sauerkraut and pork chops with homemade applesauce. The acid in the kraut tenderizes the meat while it cooks. My grandmother often made very simple food that tasted extraordinary. Never heard of having beans in this, though.
This really turned out great. I was skeptical about the beans but it worked real well. I used black beans. I also added a little brown sugar and half an apple sliced for flavor. And the pork was very tender and not not. We'll be having this again.
This was delicious and so easy. The chops came out tender and juicy enough to cut with a fork. I will definitely be making this again..and soon! Thanks!
We quite enjoyed this, but i wasn't 100% wild about the beans in there. I would consider them "optional" - if I don't have enough pork to go around, I'll bulk up the dish by adding a can of beans. Otherwise next time I'd leave 'em out. I did happen to have bacon drippings on hand (something I've never cooked with before) and I was pleased with the taste results.