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I used the white wine option for the liquid and also for the gravy. The gravy is simple and a must! It makes the whole meal! I also baked some sauerkraut, carrots, and onions with the roast for some veggies. We'll be using this recipe many many more times!

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teresa_roy1 September 11, 2006

This was amazing!!! I used a pork tenderloin and cooked it in my electronic pressure cooker. I didn't cut back on any of the liquids, I actually added a bit more probably a cup to cup and a half of beer. I rubbed it w/a lot of our favorite beer mustard prior to cooking and didn't salt or pepper the meat. I did add a little to the veggies before placing the meat in. I had exactly 2 cups of liquid left and when the gravy thickened I added 1/3 cup of sour cream to it...heaven! We had this along with rosemary roasted red potatoes, fantastic! I will definitely be making this for years to come :)

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Ashley S. October 16, 2010

Heaven on a fork!!!! This was just amazingly good....juicy, so tender you couild cut it with a fork. We kept going back for more like pigs. I had a roast just under 4 pounds and it was done to 165 in 2 hours and 20 minutes. I added a can of sauerkraut (@16 oz) to the veggies; mixed sour cream into the gravy; coated it all over with country mustard before applying the caraway seed mixture; reduced the salt and cooked it in a dutch oven according to directions. I will make this again and again....real comfort food. TY, Molly!!

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masscjs March 06, 2009

This was excellent...and so easy. I used a 7 pound shoulder roast and added potatoes to the vegetables so I would end up with a more complete side dish. I had 2 cups of pan juices so I didn't need any other liquid to make the gravy. I did add 4 ounces of sour cream to it near the end. We really enjoyed the flavor and this is something I would definitely make again.

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okpat1 January 10, 2009

Goodness gracious, but this was amazing...I used the crock pot and thickened it with tapioca, but the results were the same, I believe. Tender, tasty, and the caraway seeds softened while cooking to give the pork a dark, almost nutty flavor.

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mensan98th October 10, 2005

i cook sauerkraut in bottem with carrots and onions is a good winter meal but i dont put veg in til second cooking so they wont fall apart and use sour cream not gravy

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Dienia B. January 11, 2005

Try roasting pork butt fat side up on top of vegetables and add 2 Granny Smith apples cored seeded peeled and quartered, and 1# good rinsed sauerkraut

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jvhfalc December 27, 2010

This was very good! Never tried a gravy with this type of pork roast. I may add cabbage sometime, not kraut but the subtle flavor might be nice. Love what the caraway does to it too.

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Mark C H. October 28, 2012

This recipe is reposted from the Gundelsheim website.... minus the cabbage recipe.<br/>http://gundelsheim.com/recipes/red-cabbage-german-roast-pork

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manfred33 August 26, 2013
Schweinebraten - German Style Roast Pork