I figured I’d bust out the SV for yesterday’s dinner as I was stuck inside because of the storm. I decided to make sausage, sauerkraut and potatoes. I had all the ingredients on hand. One of the things I like to do during a big snowfall is purposely avoid going to the store to stock up, but instead create something entirely using what’s at the house. So I threw the apple sausage directly from the freezer into the SV bath. I went with 155F degrees, total time was 1hr and 45 minutes. While the sausage was taking a bath, I started the potatoes. The potatoes were cubed and then tossed with a little olive oil, dijon mustard, parsley, thyme, salt and pepper and onion powder. After I threw the potatoes in the 375 oven, I started on the browned sauerkraut. First, I sautéed one small onion in bacon grease until soft and golden. Then I added two 14oz. cans of drained Bavarian style sauerkraut. I fried the sauerkraut and added pats of butter along the way. I added more butter when the kraut started to appear dry. I probably used half a stick of butter. Once the kraut looked fried and started to brown in spots, I added a coffee cup amount of chicken broth. Cook for about five minutes and then add cornstarch mixed in with cold water to thicken. I probably used about 3Tbsp here. After the kraut was finished, I transferred to a bowl and then browned the sausages in the same pan. Finished Sauerkraut: Apple sausage out of the SV and into the pan: The sauerkraut took about 45 minutes, the same amount of time as the potatoes, so the dish came together at once. Final pics: Overall, A very tasty and comforting meal when you are stuck inside. One thing I noticed is the potatoes didn’t have any mustard flavor. I figured it would pair well with the sausage and sauerkraut...but still tasty!! Thanks for looking and sorry that there’s no exact measurements. Kinda made it up as I went along.