Red Sauerkraut


Holaaa! A few days ago I got the brilliant idea to buy a red cabbage the size of a bowling ball and I decided to make a ton of sauerkraut, I had never tasted it and I immediately fell in love with it! Here in Spain they call it Col Lombardo and this is the recipe (directly from Austria) …

1 red cabbage
1 onion
2 apples
50 gr of cane sugar
white wine
water as needed
extra virgin olive oil
2 tablespoons of flour

Slice the onion, cut the cabbage into very thin slices, peel and cut the apple. Fry the onion with oil, add sugar and let it brown, add sauerkraut, apples, salt and a pinch of cumin, mix well and moisten with water and wine. Cover with a lid and let it cook over low heat, when sauerkraut is done add flour  and vinegar. Keep  on cooking and check salt and vinegar… it must be sweet and sour.
And that’s it!
I now I have a kilo of it…Thank goodness it’s irresistibly good 😛

This is the window of a vegan shop called Gopal, where sandwiches are incredible … and above all, they sell all kinds of burgers and seitan cutlets to cook at home for one euro and something each! Then you’ll guess that I’m stuffing myself!! Greetings to all!
Hasta Luego!!

Chef:LaSarda from VeganBlog

  1. Cassandra78 4 February 2011 at 06:52

    My Mum did them for the first time at Christmas! She also added some raisins. They were so good!!!

  2. EleonoraNW3 4 February 2011 at 13:53

    So colorful and cheerful!!! I love this… I’ll definitely make it

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