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Old 10-09-2005, 08:42 AM   #1
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ISO Pork and sauerkraut recipe

Hi- In addition to asking for the recipe-just wanted you guys to know I LOVE coming here to visit- I love to cook and bake and have gotten such wonderful recipes and tips from all of you-Thank you so very much!!!
The recipe I'm looking for used (I think)Country spare ribs and was cooked on the stove top slowly for a long time with sauerkraut and an apple. It was a recipethat my husband's grandmothr used to make periodically and he loved it!My husband's family is of dutch descent if that helps. Unfortunately Nanie has been gone for several years and never wrote down the recipe and my mother-in-law,God bless her soul was far from a cook in any sense of the word!! Once again thank you so much for your help and all your wonderful recipes and ideas!! Love and energy, Vicki


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Old 10-09-2005, 11:32 AM   #2
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Spare Ribs and Sauerkraut

Vicki, my mother used to make spareribs and sauerkraut, and I always loved it.
Here is a recipe I got off the web. Mom didn't do the bacon with it, but I'll bet it would be good.

Serves 4

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
32 oz Sauerkraut -- Canned (2 Cans)
3 lb Spareribs -- Country Style
2 t Paprika
6 Beef Bouillon Cubes
1/2 t Caraway Seeds
1/2 t Pepper
10 bacon -- Slices, rolled in flour

Rinse and drain the sauerkraut. Place sauerkraut in
large 4-quart casserole. Add 2 qts. hot water. Add
uncooked spareribs, paprika, bouillon cubes, caraway
seeds, and pepper. Cook covered, over low heat, 3 to
4 hours. Fry floured bacon slices. Break bacon into
saurkraut. Remove bones from the sauce before serving.
Serve with dark bread and steins of beer.

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Old 10-09-2005, 12:17 PM   #3
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Constance-Thank you so much for posting this- it sounds wonderful.I might use this as a base and try my luck!!!VickiQ
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