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Polish Delight Casserole

I have no idea where this recipe originated, but it is the ultimate Polish comfort food to me. It is a very versatile recipe, as I have made it several times with cooked, sliced cabbage instead of the sauerkraut; substituted cream of celery soup for cream of chicken, and I have even made this once using ham in place of the pork. It uses simple ingredients, and only needs a big loaf of bread or fresh rolls with butter to satisfy any growling belly:)

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2hrs 10mins
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ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 3 lbs boneless pork roast or 3 lbs steak, cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 2 (10 3/4 ounce) cans cream of mushroom soup
  • 1 (10 3/4 ounce) can cream of chicken soup
  • 2 stalks celery, sliced
  • 14 teaspoon black pepper
  • 14 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 envelope dry onion soup mix
  • 1 (16 ounce) package kluski noodles, cooked and drained
  • 1 (8 ounce) can mushroom stems and pieces, drained
  • 1 (28 ounce) can sauerkraut, drained

directions

  • In large skillet, heat oil over medium heat.
  • Add meat and saute until browned, about 10 minutes.
  • Stir in mushroom and chicken soups, onion soup mix, celery, pepper, and garlic powder.
  • Spoon into 13x9-inch casserole dish.
  • Cover.
  • Bake at 350 degrees until tender, 45 minutes- 1 hour, stirring occasionally and adding up to 1 cup of water if needed.
  • Add cooked noodles and sauerkraut and stir to combine.
  • Cover and bake for 30 minutes longer.
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"I have no idea where this recipe originated, but it is the ultimate Polish comfort food to me. It is a very versatile recipe, as I have made it several times with cooked, sliced cabbage instead of the sauerkraut; substituted cream of celery soup for cream of chicken, and I have even made this once using ham in place of the pork. It uses simple ingredients, and only needs a big loaf of bread or fresh rolls with butter to satisfy any growling belly:)"
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  1. new2it_n_04
    I read through this recipe and thought "EWwww!, what a weird combination of ingredients". I tried it though and, "WOW", DEE-LISH!!! It will be a regular in our house from now on. Thanks!!!!
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  2. MPHT6158
    I couldn't find kluski noodles so I used extra wide egg noodles. This dish was very easy and very good.
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  3. Margie Brock
    This was soooooo good and very satisfying. Great recipe. Thank you! Margie
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  4. Vina7737
    Thank you, Manda. I've been looking a long, long time for a Polish pork stew recipe that I was served as a child by one of my hometown's many great Polish cooks. Every attempt fell short and any net searches would return recipes for Bigos, which is good, but not what I wanted. I used your recipe, adding 2 lg. potatoes, 1 medium rutabaga, 2 peeled & chopped fresh apples, 1 Tbl. caraway seeds and fresh mushrooms instead of canned. I omitted the noodles. I baked it at 300 for three hours and it tasted EXACTLY as I remembered! It never occurred to me to try this mixture of soups as I'm sure the original used a combo of some sort of homemade gravy/sauce with sour cream added. This was much easier and the taste was perfect. Thank you, thank you, for this wonderful taste of childhood!! Even though I made so many changes, I gave this recipe 5 stars as I can tell your original recipe would be delicious, as well.
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  5. BoxOWine
    followed the recipe except added some caraway seeds to the mixture. we enjoyed the casserole but thought it was a little bland. i believe using kielbasi instead of pork tenderloins would make this a real winner.
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