Oktoberfest Kale & Potato Casserole
This is one of the easiest dishes to make & it is so festive for the autumn season!
For this recipe I used my own Garden Fresh:
Carrots (click to see Thinning & Mulching)
Potatoes (click to see Planting & Harvesting)
Kale (click to see 4 varieties)
1 jar sauerkraut
2 large onions (peeled & chopped)
2 large carrots (peeled & chopped)
5 medium potatoes (peeled & largely chopped)
3 large Mennonite sausages (sliced into large chunks)
2 cups Kale (washed, deveined & chopped))
ground pepper to taste (No need to add salt there is enough salt in the kraut & sausages)
Prepare the ingredients as listed above. Spread the prepared onions, carrots, potatoes & sausage pieces in a large sprayed/oiled casserole dish. Then pour the jar of sauerkraut on top and mix a little (see picture above). Now add the chopped Kale and stir a little to distribute the Kale throughout the other ingredients (See picture below). Add ground pepper. Bake in a preheated 425 degree oven for about 45 minutes (or until the sausages, potatoes and carrots are thoroughly cooked) (If you desire a little crisp around the edges then cover the casserole dish for the first half hour and then you finish baking uncovered).
Looks tasty! That's so cool that you used your own grown food to prepare this dish. I just started a herb and veg. garden so I'm hoping to be able to do this too! Great post :DReplyDelete
Kale is one of my new favorite veggies! This looks like it would be a great dish for Fall. Pinned to try. Thanks you for sharing at All my Bloggy Friends. I'm looking forward to seeing what you share this week! :)ReplyDelete