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I'm not sure if it was the caraway seeds or the apple, but it took away the bitterness that I really love, so I pulled half of the sauerkraut from the crock and put a new batch in the pot halfway through the cook time. At that point that pork tenderloin was just falling apart. can't wait to enjoy this!
This was simply delicious, we really enjoyed it. Our sauerkraut burned a little on the edge due to a lack of liquid but the majority of it was great. We added apple which added a nice sweetness and I'd add more next time. I served with boiled buttered carrots. Yum!
We had this for new years. Great recipe, I used 1/4 cup of the caraway seeds and subbed applesauce for the green apple. I also added hot dogs for the last 15 minutes.
Delicious -- even my sauerkraut hating husband loved it cooked this way. I included the apple and served this with sourdough bread. We will be having this again. Thanks again for posting this keeper.
Very simple and tasty! Made it as the recipe called but added a little water to make sure was OK overnight. The pork was moist and tender! I added a little brown sugar at the end to take away the tartness of the sauerkraut and it got rave reviews! Great recipe!
I made a 2 1/2 lb pork tenderloin with 2 lbs of kraut and added 1/2 cup of water to the crockpot and cooked on low for 9 hours. I left out the seeds, garlic and apple, due to preference. We enjoyed and I served this aside of homemade mashed potatoes; we also enjoyed the leftovers. The kraut was a smidge tart, but next time, rather than adding the apple as suggested, I just may add more water to the crockpot, by 1/2 to 1 cup more, due to preference. Thanks for posting this recipe!
Very good!! I thought it seemed like a LOT of caraway seed to be adding, but it really complements the flavor of the sauerkraut nicely.
This was the first time I didn't brine my tenderloin, and the first time it was a bit dry. I almost followed your recipe exactly: I didn't use the apple because DBF took it for his lunch; I did add two pinches of dried thyme; and I did pinch a quarter block of cream cheese in, because I needed to use it up. The sauerkraut and cream cheese made a wonderful gravy to go with JanS's Mashed Potatoes with Horseradish Cream Mashed Potatoes with Horseradish Cream, and some green beans with some dill. This was very easy and I will make this again. Thanks, Norellaura, for sharing your father's recipe!
I absolutely adore this wonderfully simple recipe. It's simple yet very tastey. I used half the pork loin but all of the saurkraut because I am only one person but I love saurkraut. Next time though I would make it exactly as written. Very good. Julie