Rotkraut – German Red Cabbage

by Kirsten on February 4, 2014 · 10 comments

in France, German Dishes, Germany, Savory Dishes, Sides, Starters & Sides, Travel


By Kirsten | My Kitchen in the Rockies #German #recipe #red cabbage

Today I am excited to be guest posting over at my lovely local Colorado friend Karen Harris’.  Karen used to live in England for several years and shares her delicious English and American kitchen creations at Savoury Table. If you have never visited her site, please do so, you will be in for a treat. Karen is also master in cooking competitions. She won the 2013 Gilroy garlic cook off and has competed with Pillsbury twice. Last year she also placed first with Eagle Brand through her winning recipe bacon corncakes with warm maple cream. I enjoy reading about Karen’s cooking adventures but especially like her something from nothing recipe column in which she guides her readers through a tasty dish without breaking the bank. My contribution to her low budget write ups today is German Red cabbage – Rotkraut cooked in red wine. This is a special recipe from my home area the German wine road. I will also be talking about my planned culinary trip to Germany and France in October 2014 which still has space available.

by Kirsten | My Kitchen in the Rockies #Germany #travel #culinarytravel

Please join me today in visiting my talented friend Karen at Savoury Table. I am looking forward to seeing you there!

German Red Cabbage - Rotkraut

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Jillian April 2, 2014 at 5:18 pm

Looks amazing! I love red cabbage.


elisabeth February 9, 2014 at 3:50 pm

Kirsten, there’s no comparison the German Red Cabbage…this is the BEST version of any kind out there; that’s for sure! Love how you made it…love braised red cabbage, and I’ve made different ways each time, but yours is the one that will be a ‘keeper’…thanks for sharing!

Edward Antrobus February 5, 2014 at 5:48 pm

I haven’t had pickled cabbage in years. Now that I’ve finally got my wife starting to try new foods, I can get her to try this as well.

Susan February 4, 2014 at 11:37 am

I remember all too often this side that my mother made. I love it, especially with spaetzel! Your photo is just beautiful and makes my mouth water, XOXO

sue/the view from great island February 4, 2014 at 11:10 am

Fabulous photos! Red Cabbage is an old family favorite of ours, nice to see it revived!

Kirsten February 4, 2014 at 11:32 am

Thank you, Sue. The red cabbage was a little tough to photograph, it took me two tries. It’s nice to hear that this side is also a favorite at your house. We love it, too.

Kate February 4, 2014 at 10:31 am

This is one of my favorite dishes! We have it at the holidays…but I am thinking I should serve this much more often!! I love looking at your photos…it brings back so many memories of wonderful trips!

Kirsten February 4, 2014 at 11:30 am

Kate, it is way to delicious to be served just once a year. At my house I serve it a lot. It goes great with bratwurst or Schnitzel.

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