Dutch sauerkraut

Dutch Sauerkraut is an oven dish. That people in Holland eat since ages. Sauerkraut is the German wording for fermented cabbage. That Dutch seafarers stocked in barrels, when sailing to the former East Indies. That was long ago. Today fermented vegetables are on the rise. Hence my take on a traditional Dutch dish called zuurkool met worst.





  1. 2 cups of sauerkraut
  2. 4 cooked potatoes in skin (small)
  3. 200 grams of feta cheese
  4. 1/2 apple 
  5. 3 hot dogs or frankfurter sausages


  • a Knife
  • a fork
  • a Cutting Board
  • a mandoline or cheese slicer 
  • a Bowl
  • oven dish
  • oven
  • baking parchment paper
  • clean kitchen towel
  1. Preheat oven (max. temp.)
  2. Cover oven dish with baking parchment paper
  3. Place block of feta cheese in bowl
  4. Crumble feta cheese with fork 
  5. Wash and towel dry apple
  6. Cut apple in half
  7. Remove core
  8. Slice half of apple into thin slices 
  9. Slice cooked potatoes in skin with mandoline or cheese slicer
  10. Slice hot dogs or frankfurters lengthwise
  • Cover the bottom of your oven dish with a layer of thin slices of cooked potatoes
  • Continue to add layers on top of the potatoes
  • So you create this idea of a potato lasagna
  • Cover the top layer with baking parchment paper
  • Slide the oven dish into the middle of warm oven
  • Set timer for 30 minutes
  • Remove dish from oven
  • Open in paper wrapped potato lasagna
  • Lift it from the steaming hot oven dish
  • Let the potato lasagna rest on a cutting board
  • Carefully cut the potato lasagna into 2 x 2 pieces

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