Choucroute is a classic Alsatian dish, consisting of mounds of steaming sauerkraut, boiled potatoes and half a dozen types of sausage and smoked meats. The prefab version here mixes store-bought sauerkraut, potato-and-cheese pierogi (Polish dumplings) and kielbasa in a baking dish, cooking them until all the zesty flavors come together. More Recipes With Bacon
The pierogi choucroute can be refrigerated overnight. Cover with aluminum foil and reheat.
This pierogi choucroute dish straddles national lines, its origins equally Polish and Alsatian. As good Polish wine is hard to come by, pour a richly spicy Alsace Gewürztraminer.