Sauerkraut Beef Hotdish

"This is a good way to win over someone who isn't a huge sauerkraut fan. Also good with ground turkey! Add a bit of thousand island dressing on the top and use corned beef leftovers from St. Pat's Day for a Reuben-style taste!"
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  • Brown beef and onion; set aside.
  • Mix sauerkraut and margarine, heating through; set aside.
  • Alternate layers of beef, sauerkraut, and rice in a 1 1/2 quart deep casserole that his been greased.
  • Mix milk, egg, and sour cream together and spread on top of casserole.
  • Bake at 350° for 30 minutes uncovered.

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  1. MollyJ
    I had a leftover pork roast that I had seasoned with Penzey's Bavarian seasoning and I wanted to use the pork roast in a way that would compliment the seasonings. I used pre-cooked brown rice and threw in about 1/2 tsp of caraway seeds. I did not layer this. I just mixed the main ingredients together and put the topping on it, which I found curious but makes for a tasty casserole. My DH liked it and said it is a do-over and he would like to taste it made it with the ground beef. Thanks, Potatohead!
  2. ElaineAnn
    I'm already a sauerkraut fan, so this recipe pleased me immensely. I like variety and this is a new taste for kraut. I wasn't sure on the layering, so I did beef, kraut, rice, kraut, then topping. I wanted to be sure the rice would cook, and it did. Thanks potatohead, I will be making this again! Made and enjoyed for PAC Spring '09.


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