Amish Slow Cooker Chicken Sauerkraut Soup Recipe Is Good for Your Gut by 30Seconds Food

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Amish Slow Cooker Chicken Sauerkraut Soup Recipe Is Good for Your Gut

Looking for easy, delicious recipes to nourish your family? It's said that fermented foods are good for your gut health. And sauerkraut tops that list of fermented foods to include in your healthy diet. If you're not sure how to eat more sauerkraut or ways to use the fermented cabbage, we've got a soup recipe for you! Here's a hearty slow-cooker Amish chicken sauerkraut soup recipe to help you eat more sauerkraut. Your gut health may thank you!

This easy slow-cooker Amish sauerkraut soup recipe is made with potatoes, sauerkraut, chicken broth, cream of mushroom soup, cooked chicken, carrots, celery, vinegar and dried dill. The crumbled bacon is an optional garnish. Classic combinations of flavors. The simple ingredients are combined in a slow cooker and left alone to cook for five to six hours. So easy!

You could substitute sliced smoked sausage for the chicken – or add both – to this soup. Store the leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to four days. This is great for dinner or lunch and for meal prepping.

Serve this savory soup for lunch or dinner with a side of warm bread and a dollop of sour cream, if desired. So easy and delicious!

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Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 to 6 hours
Total Time: 5 to 6 hours

Servings: 8

Ingredients

  • 1 potato, cut into cubes
  • 32 ounces sauerkraut
  • 4 cups chicken broth
  • 10 ounces (1 can) cream of mushroom soup
  • 1 cup chopped cooked chicken
  • 2 carrots, grated
  • 2 ribs celery, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons vinegar
  • 2 teaspoons dried dill 
  • 5 bacon strips, cooked and crumbled, optional garnish

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Recipe Notes

  • You can use chicken broth or vegetable broth in this recipe. To reduce sodium, use low-sodium broth. 
  • The bacon is an optional garnish, but so tasty in this soup.
  • You could add a dollop of sour cream as an additional or other optional garnish.
  • Store leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator and reheat in the microwave. You also can freeze it.

Here's how to make it: 

  1. Combine the potato, sauerkraut, broth, soup, chicken, carrots, celery, vinegar and dill in a slow cooker. 
  2. Cook on high for about 5 to 6 hours. Taste and season with salt and pepper. 
  3. Top with the bacon, if using, as a garnish. Serve. 

Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories: 254

Total Fat: 7.1g

Saturated Fat: 1.6g

Cholesterol: 10mg

Sodium: 3288mg

Total Carbohydrate: 40.6g

Dietary Fiber: 16.1g

Total Sugars: 9.7g

Protein: 14.3g

Vitamin D: 0mcg

Calcium: 594mg

Iron: 19mg

Potassium: 1785mg

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Scott Pearl
Unfortunately, this will not result in receiving the health benefits from fermented sauerkraut because sauerkraut that is canned is not fermented. The heat involved in canning destroys any probiotic benefits of your sauerkraut. Canning: Kills beneficial bacteria. The benefits of probiotics are lost when fermented sauerkraut is heated above 106° F (41.1° C). Always look to buy the sauerkraut that is in the refrigerated section as this is most likely not pasteurized and therefore is fermented
Vickie Parks
Not everyone wants to read such alarmist warnings on every recipe they'd like to make. Most people with well-rounded diets do well enough with nutritional values (including probiotics) because they know how to incorporate balance into their weekly meals. So the outcome of one single recipe isn't going to be that harmful, even if it's too high or too low in specific values. And this recipe sounds like it's worth a try, even with canned sauerkraut (which I have used all my adult life and never had any health issues). Thank you for convincing me to make this recipe.
Donna John
I grew up eating canned sauerkraut, too, Vickie Parks . My German dad would eat it straight out of the can. :-) But very interesting information, Scott Pearl . I didn't know that!
Dia99
Good to know thanks!
Cassiday
This looks just delicious. 😋
Elisa Schmitz
Comfort in a soup pot! So delicious.
Derbz
I am making this soup right now! Everything is in the slow cooker. I can’t wait to taste the results!
Donna John
Hope you love it as much as we do! Are you adding sausage? Derbz
Derbz
I added chicken and I made bacon in the air fryer for the topping! 🙂
DACAIMMEL
Hmm they lost me on this "Amish" recipe when the said cook in slow cooker.... ummm Amish don't use slow cookers. They don't have electricity!
Donna John
It's adapted for people who do have electricity. :-) But good point!
Terry
@ Donna John... I'm 65 & I STILL eat it out of the can, whenever I open one 🤗. My dad couldn't stand the stuff, or the smell, so my 1st gen German-Canadian mom fed it to my sibs & I when he worked afternoon shift. I ❤️sauerkraut, so looking forward to trying this...my lazy man's cabbage roll casserole can wait!

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