Dogs Kraut and Taters

Dogs Kraut and Taters created by januarybride

This is so INEXPENSIVE and is on the table in 10 minutes flat. I made this frequently in college when on a tight budget. Feel free to use hot dogs, brats, polish sausage or whatever type of "dog" you like; these days I buy the more expensive hot dogs in natural casing from the butcher. You will find that the beer and potatoes some how take the bite out of the canned/tinned kraut. And now that I am an adult (don't laugh) I am thinking that some canned carrots would be great in here too! Serve with a side of horseradish sauce (I highly recommend recipe #39331) for dipping, some dark bread and a cold glass of beer!

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10mins
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ingredients

  • 1 (15 ounce) can sauerkraut, undrained
  • 1 (15 ounce) can whole white potatoes, drained
  • 4 -6 hot dogs (may sub 4 brats or 2 long pieces of polish sausage cut into 8 pieces)
  • 12 cup beer
  • 12 teaspoon dill (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon caraway seed (optional)
  • 1 tablespoon dried onion flakes (optional)
  • fresh cracked black pepper

directions

  • In a large frying pan over medium heat, place the kraut with juice, potatoes (drained and halved), and hotdogs. Pour beer over top.
  • Sprikle with dill and caraway seeds if using them. Top off with some cracked black pepper.
  • Cover and let it simmer for 7-10 minutes until hot.
  • NOTE: If using an uncooked sausage/brat, you will need to let it simmer for 20 minutes.
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"This is so INEXPENSIVE and is on the table in 10 minutes flat. I made this frequently in college when on a tight budget. Feel free to use hot dogs, brats, polish sausage or whatever type of "dog" you like; these days I buy the more expensive hot dogs in natural casing from the butcher. You will find that the beer and potatoes some how take the bite out of the canned/tinned kraut. And now that I am an adult (don't laugh) I am thinking that some canned carrots would be great in here too! Serve with a side of horseradish sauce (I highly recommend recipe #39331) for dipping, some dark bread and a cold glass of beer!"
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  1. asprague0925
    It was perfect for what I was looking for. Simple and quick. I only had one pack of brats so I added a pound of sausage to it and a drained can of rotel tomatoes. Next time I will add pineapples instead of tomatoes though. I like spice but the kids like sweet.
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  2. asprague0925
    It was perfect for what I was looking for. Simple and quick. I only had one pack of brats so I added a pound of sausage to it and a drained can of rotel tomatoes. Next time I will add pineapples instead of tomatoes though. I like spice but the kids like sweet.
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  3. CowboysChick
    This was great and SUPER easy. Plus you get to drink the other half of the beer while it's cooking. I used Keilbasa sausage, a sliced onion and my own potatoes. Still under 30 mins from start of prep to the table.
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  4. Angel91805
    Simple, oh-so-easy, and tasty! I used polish sausage, served with dijon mustard for dipping, and the whole family enjoyed! Thanks for a quick, tasty supper.
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  5. Andi Longmeadow Farm
    Holy cow! This is a great recipe! I love easy, delicious, and readily available dishes like this! Just wonderful! I used my own red potatoes, (cooked) and my own sauerkraut. Polish sausages would be a great addition too! Perfect! Made for ZWT6
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