I call this my “half past six” meal. Meaning? Half of the ingredients are ready made and the other half added by me, haha. We had a busy day yesterday running errands and busy eating Chinese hawker food. By the time we returned home, it was too late to cook a meal that needs a lot of preparation. It takes only 20 mins and Wala! dinner is ready! The picture does not do justice to the dish, so please don't judge the book by the cover. Although I call it "half past six", the taste is not. Try it and let me know your view.
3 herb pork sausages (you can use any type of sausages)
2 cups bottled purple sauerkraut
1 tbs caraway seeds
1 tsp cinnamon
1 apple, (skin and core removed and diced)
1 medium onion , cut into rings
2 tb brown sugar
1 tb butter
Use a fork to pork some holes in the sausages and boil it for 10 mins. Spray the frying pan with a bit of oil and brown the sausages. Set aside to let it cool before cutting them into bite size. Add butter to pan and fry the apple and onion till onion is translucent and add brown sugar. Add sauerkraut and caraway seeds and cinnamon and fry till you can smell the fragance of the spices. Add in sausages and mix well. Serve with crusty bread and potato chips.