Krakow sausage

Krakow sausage

Krakauer sausage is also called Krakauer ham because it contains small pieces of meat. Krakauer Wurst is a smoked broth sausage, which consists of pork, bacon and beef. Krakauer sausage is strongly seasoned with pepper, caraway and fresh garlic and tastes particularly hearty. It can be cooked in soups or stews. Also raw you can use Krakauer for sausage salad or as a cold cut to eat with bread.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
266 kcal
1 g
16 g
22 g

Recipes with Krakow sausage

Bavarian cabbage hot dog
Bavarian cabbage hot dog is a hearty variation of the classic hot dog. Cut the cabbage into fine strips. ...
Fast sausage salad
Fast sausage salad tastes especially good if you use fresh Krakauer with garlic. Cut the sausage into slices. ...
Fried potato casserole with savoy cabbage
Fried potato casserole with savoy cabbage gets a particularly hearty taste from Krakauer. Boil the potatoes and put them in cold water to cool down faster. ...
Green beans sausage stew
Green beans sausage stew can be prepared quickly and easily. Clean and halve the green beans. ...
Gypsy salad
Gypsy salad can be prepared very quickly and easily even in large quantities as a party salad. Pour gipsy sauce from the glass into a bowl. ...
Krakow risotto
Krakow risotto is prepared like a stew. Finely dice the onion and garlic. ...
Krakow sausage
Krakow sausage is served with a spicy onion sauce. Lye bread roll and lye stick for 15 minutes. ...
Leipzig all sorts of things
Leipzig all sorts of things For Leipziger Allerlei, first clean the cabbage, place in a pot, cover with water, bring to the boil, add salt and cook for 10 to 15 minutes on medium heat. Boil potatoes as salt potatoes. ...
Paprika Sausage Salad
Paprika Sausage Salad For paprika sausage salad first cut salami and krakauer in strips. Pour into a salad bowl. ...

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