Braised Sauerkraut with Sausage and Potatoes / Dinstano kiselo zelje sa kobasicom i krumpirima

If you are a fan of sauerkraut and quick meals, definitely give this one a go. I’ve had some homemade sauerkraut on hand to use up in this dish and it turned out fantastic. My sauerkraut was a combo of cabbage and carrots which gave the dish some additional sweetness. It all paired really well with smoky sausages and I can’t wait to make this again. Also, since my sauerkraut was pretty salty, no additional salt was needed in the dish.

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INGREDIENTS:

(Yields 4 servings / 0.68 EUR per serving / 2.70 EUR for all)

2 tbsp sunflower seed oil (0.03 EUR)

1 large onion (0.10 EUR)

1 medium sized sausage (1.00 EUR)

2 cups sauerkraut (0.40 EUR)

4 garlic cloves (0.13 EUR)

2 tbsp tomato puree (0.27 EUR)

½ tsp smoked paprika (0.03 EUR)

1 tsp sweet Hungarian paprika (0.03 EUR)

½ tsp garlic powder (0.03 EUR)

½ tsp dried red pepper flakes (0.03 EUR)

½ tsp freshly ground black pepper (0.03 EUR)

1 tbsp dried parsley (0.07 EUR)

1 tsp brown sugar (0.01 EUR)

1 bay leaf (0.01 EUR)

4 medium sized potatoes (0.40 EUR)

2 cup veggie broth (0.13 EUR)

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METHOD:

Peel, wash and chop up all the veggies. Slice the sausage into coins. Add oil and onion to a skillet on medium heat and saute for a few minutes until translucent. Add in the sausage, sauerkraut and garlic, stir and cook briefly to slightly caramelize. Now add in tomato puree, smoked and Hungarian paprika, garlic powder, red pepper flakes, black pepper, parsley, sugar, bay leaf, potatoes and broth. Give it all a good stir, bring to a rolling boil and reduce heat to a gentle simmer. Cook with a lid cracked open for 30 minutes until the potatoes are softened. Be sure to give it a good stir from time to time and add in a splash of water if needed. Serve warm.

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Ako ste ljubitelj kiselog zelja i brzih jela, definitivno isprobajte recept u nastavku. Ja sam upotrijebila svoje domaće kiselo zelje i konačni je rezultat ispao savršen. Također, u mojem je zelju bilo i malo ribane mrkve koja je jelu dala još malo ekstra slatkoće. Sve se to odlično sparilo sa dimljenim kobasicama i jedva čekam ponovno pripremiti ovaj recept. Također, pošto je moje zelje bilo dosta slano, uopće ništa nije trebalo dodatno soliti.

SASTOJCI:

(Za 4 porcije / 5,04 kn po porciji / 20,15 kn za sve)

2 žlice suncokretovog ulja (0,20 kn)

1 veliki luk (0,75 kn)

1 srednje velika kobasica (7,50 kn)

2 šalice kiselog kupusa (3,00 kn)

4 češnja češnjaka (1,00 kn)

2 žlice koncentrata od rajčice (2,00 kn)

½ žličice dimljene paprike (0,25 kn)

1 žličica slatke crvene paprike (0,25 kn)

½ žličice češnjaka u prahu (0,25 kn)

½ žličice sušenog čilija u pahuljicama (0,25 kn)

½ žličice svježe mljevenog crnog papra (0,25 kn)

1 žlica sušenog peršina (0,50 kn)

1 žličica smeđeg šećera (0,10 kn)

1 lovorov list (0,10 kn)

4 veća krumpira (3,00 kn)

2 šalice povrtnog temeljca (1,00 kn)

PRIPREMA:

Operite, ogulite i nasjeckajte svo povrće. Kobasicu narežite na tanke novčiće. Ulje i luk stavite u dublju tavu na srednjoj vatri te dinstajte nekoliko minuta da luk postane staklast. Ubacite kobasicu, zelje i češnjak, promiješajte te kratko kuhajte dok se sve blago ne karamelizira. Sada dodajte koncentrat rajčice, dimljenu i slatku papriku, češnjak u prahu, čili, papar, peršin, šećer, lovor, krumpire i temeljac. Dobro promiješajte, pustite da zavrije, pa smanjite vatru. Krčkajte sa odškrinutim poklopcem 30-tak minuta dok se krumpiri skroz ne skuhaju i ne omekšaju, s time da s vremena na vrijeme sve dobro promiješate, a prema potrebi dodate još mrvicu vode. Poslužite toplo.

Braised Sauerkraut with Sausage and Potatoes / Dinstano kiselo zelje sa kobasicom i krumpirima

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