Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 1 hour
Loved it! I halved the recipe with no issues and served over mash potatoes as suggested by others.
We just love this. It’s easy. From Arkansas, so add a pan of corn bread and you have a meal . Thanks to your Mom and you for shariing this
Many years ago, my aunt used this recipe but she put it in her pressure cooker. YUMMY! This will be my go to recipe and put it in my recipe box. Thank you for sharing this recipe with all of us.
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Lacked the sauerkraut bite hubby enjoys...next time will not drain kraut and use only one apple....added shredded swiss to top. Served over mashed taters.
This casserole was good. I used beer instead of water. I also used 1 lb of bratwursts and 2 hot links I had leftover from another meal. I think this recipe is versatile enough you can use whatever sausage you like. I didn’t transfer the casserole into a separate dish but rather put my ovenproof skillet in the oven. When the casserole was done I drained the liquid into a sauce pan and used chicken broth and corn starch to make a gravy. Served with mashed potatoes, rolls, and green beans. My son liked this meal. I preferred the brats and he preferred the mix of links and brats. I used Gala apples that I cut into 1/4 and then cut the 1/4 pieces horizontally for 8 large chunks from each Apple.
We very much enjoyed this dish with the beef smoked sausage we had on hand and the addition of an 8 ounce can of mushroom pieces. Next time the sausage will be doubled to provide meat in every bite. The "prep time" was actually 60 minutes and the cooked casserole needed to be transferred to a separate serving dish using a slotted spoon due to all of the remaining liquid.
The thought of Italian sausage with sauerkraut didn't sit well with me. I used smoked sausage and chicken stock instead of water. Very big thumbs up from my guests. I like the suggestion of using beer for the liquid as well. I might add some mustard next time I cook this. I will make this again.
We enjoyed this very much. I used bratwurst, and it was delicious. Next time I will use apple juice instead of water, and double the amount of sausage.
We really enjoyed this and the only changes I made were to use beer in place of the water and hot Italian sausage instead of mild (personal taste). served with a good salad and nothing more was needed.