• Radish kraut

    Radish kraut

    Enjoy radish kraut in salads, hot dogs and burgers. It has a similar flavour to sauerkraut, and boasts the gut-friendly goodness of similar fermented foods

  • Simple salt beef

    Simple salt beef

    Making juicy, tender salt beef is easier than you think. Serve in a sandwich with New York-style rye bread, pickled cucumbers, mustard and sauerkraut

  • Pastrami-style steak & mustard mayo

    Pastrami-style steak & mustard mayo

    Pair sauerkraut and mustard mayo with steak to make a sensational combination. Serve with chips or mash, or make into an amazing steak sandwich

  • Potato, bacon & gruyère toastie

    Potato, bacon & gruyère toastie

    Contains pork – recipe is for non-Muslims only

    Make the ultimate toastie with potato, gruyère and reblochon cheese, bacon lardons, sauerkraut and sourdough bread. This is easy comfort food at its best

  • Pierogi


    Variations on these delicious dumplings are found all over Eastern Europe. Olia's are filled with tangy sauerkraut, crunchy cabbage and crispy shallots

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  • Pointed cabbage in white wine with fennel seeds

    Pointed cabbage in white wine with fennel seeds

    Contains pork – recipe is for non-Muslims only

    For a quick version of sauerkraut, try cabbage simmered in white wine, with onion and herbs. The acidity of this side dish pairs beautifully with the unctuousness of roast pork

  • Simple sauerkraut

    Simple sauerkraut

    The simplest way to make classic sauerkraut – a fermented food that's great for your gut. It's extra tasty served with sausages and mustard

  • Fruity red cabbage

    Fruity red cabbage

    Rustle up your own, sweeter version of pickled sauerkraut with apple, redcurrant and cider flavours