This is fettuccine in a snap and it tastes great too. I make this a lot in my house. If you can’t find sweet pepper fettuccine, you can use regular fettuccine or spinach fettuccine—whatever kind you like.
This is great! I like to serve this with mashed potatoes. It is also great with noodles, spaetzle or boiled new potatoes. If you have any leftovers, you can make open-faced pork sandwiches with the meat and sauerkraut.
On a chilly day this one pot meal will warm you through. I love my crock pot--being a busy mom and all, and this is a great version of the regular dish. This will take 6 to 11 hours depending on the heat setting you use.