I must confess..I do not like sauerkraut. I serve it on New Years Day and love Reubens. But what can I say I just do not like it.
BUT I love my sauerkraut balls.. Oh yes, they are my signature appetizer and never no never are complained about!
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These are a touch time consuming as you combine all ingredients and refrigerate a few hours or overnight then fry. But they freeze exceptionally well so that is exactly what I do. I combined all of the ingredient last night, fried today and as soon as they are completely cooled they will be frozen and stored in a freezer bag until needed in a month or so. Love that!
They are also worth every bit of the trouble to make them. I have been making these for the passed 20 something years and they are always requested and well received. I take them out of the freezer, place on a parchment lined sheet pan and bake for approximately 20 minutes and there you go. If there are left overs just cover and place in the fridge. They will hold for another couple of days.
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