Easy Sauerkraut Pork Casserole

"For all you sauerkraut lovers, this is delicious!"
photo by WhatamIgonnaeatnext photo by WhatamIgonnaeatnext
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  • Set oven to 350 degrees.
  • Grease a 2-quart casserole dish.
  • In a large skillet, brown the pork pieces.
  • Add in the onions garlic (if using) and celery, cook until soft but not brown.
  • Stir in the sauerkraut (with the juice), cooked noodled, undiluted soup and mushrooms; season with salt and pepper to taste; mix well to combine.
  • Spoon into a greased casserole dish.
  • Cover, and bake for 1-1/2 hours, or until the meat is tender, stirring occasionally.

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  1. WhatamIgonnaeatnext
    This was a different type of flavor for a pasta casserole. I didn't think it was bland at all, just not the modern spicy type of flavor. I didn't have celery, so I substituted celery seed. I also had no mushrooms. We both liked it enough to have it again in the future.
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  2. Cats Eye
    Sorry Kitten, but we really didn't like this very much. All the ingredients are ones that we like but it just didn't work for us. I did follow the recipe as written except I added an extra can of mushroom soup because when I put it together I could tell one wouldn't have been enough. And it definately needs more flavor. Next time I think I will leave out the sauerkraut, add more spices and maybe put in some peas! It's a nice cassarole that you can change up a bit to suit your own tastes.
  3. Jacqueline in KY
    I enjoyed this very much, thought it needed some color and a few more spices, and will try again, doing so. Thanks KittenCal for another excellent recipe. If I find a recipe I want to use and it has your name on it I will certainly try it because I have yet to have one of your's fail.
  4. Freya
    Garlic optional? Surely, you jest! I found that 8 oz. (one package) of fresh mushrooms cut into quarters worked just as well as the canned (and was cheaper, too) True comfort food. Thanks for posting, Kitten
  5. Spring Sneed in AR
    This recipe is DELICIOUS!! I am not fond of sauerkraut, but this was great. Cooking takes the sharp kraut taste out. I didn't use the celery either. MY DH loved it too. He is a meat and tater kinda guy, so it was good. We both are taking leftovers to work tomorrow. Thanks!!



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