Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Slow Cooker Polish Kapusta from Barefeet in the Kitchen

An easy slow-cooker version of Polish Kapusta; this one is for the sauerkraut fans.

Slow Cooker Polish Kapusta
 (Photo from Barefeet in the Kitchen.)

I'm a big fan of sauerkraut, so when my friend Mary at Barefeet in the Kitchen posted this three-ingredient recipe for Slow Cooker Polish Kapusta a few months ago I immediately saved it to feature here.  Mary has a sister who married into a Polish family, and that's where she got this recipe which she says is often served with Pierogis.  And Mary reports she's not especially a sauerkraut fan but she loved this dish.

This recipe is so easy it might be pushing it a little on the from-scratch aspect of the site, but I thought it was too good not to share.  (And for those who make their own sauerkraut, Polish sausage, or even Marinara sauce, more power to you!)

Ingredients for this recipe:
  • Sauerkraut
  • Polish sausage
  • marinara sauce (link provided for homemade, or use from a jar.)

Get the complete recipe for Slow Cooker Polish Kapusta from Barefeet in the Kitchen.

More Ideas with Sausages in the Slow Cooker:
Spanish-Style Split Pea Soup with Chorizo from Kayotic Kitchen
Sausage and Black-Eyed Pea Stew with Beet Greens from On Top of Spaghetti
Sausage and Peppers from Everyday Maven
Sausage, Beans, and Greens from Kalyn's Kitchen
Pizza Potatoes from Kayotic Kitchen
Louisiana-Style Red Beans and Rice from Kalyn's Kitchen
Low Carb Slow Cooker Italian Meatloaf from It's Yummi
Cheesy Panade with Swiss Chard, Beans, and Sausage from The Kitchn
Cassoulet in the Slow Cooker from Dinner du Jour
Cabbage Soup with Tomatoes, Chicken-Garlic Sausage, and Parmesan from Kalyn's Kitchen  


  1. I'm not a huge fan of sauerkraut, but when I saw that the recipe calls for rinsing off the brine, I'm going to try it!

  2. Lydia I thought that sounded good.


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