Sausage, Sauerkraut, & Noodles Recipe


One of my favorite meals when I was growing up was my mom’s sausage, sauerkraut, and noodles dish. After becoming vegan, it was torment to smell her cooking this for my father, knowing that I could not allow myself a single bite. So, I did what any determined vegan does in such a situation. I fashioned a vegan replacement! This recipe is cheap, easy, quick, and even more delicious than the non-vegan version of the dish. Also, you end up with a ton of food!


  1. Tofurkey Italian Sausage (or any other brand, this is around $4)
  2. 1 can of sauerkraut
  3. Your favorite type of noodles (I usually use spiral ones, but spaghetti is cheaper)


  1. Boil water and start cooking your noodles
  2. Cut up 2 vegan Italian sausages into small pieces
  3. Place Italian sausage into frying pan
  4. Add 1 can of sauerkraut to the pan
  5. Cook until warm and noodles are tender
  6. Mix together
  7. Enjoy!

Note: I realize that my recipes are not very specific when it comes to the amount of different ingredients. However, that is just how simple these recipes are! Using different amounts of ingredients will not alter the outcome very much, except for how much food you end up with, and that is up to you. 

Enjoy, my darlings! 




6 thoughts on “Sausage, Sauerkraut, & Noodles Recipe

  1. Okay, I made this yesterday for the first time. I was unsure of whether I should have drained the sauerkraut first or pour everything from the can into the pan. So I drained the sauerkraut and threw some olive oil in there to make sure the sauerkraut didn’t dry out. Also, I was making this for my brother for his birthday, so I threw the whole package of tofurkey sausage into the pan.

    This is the first vegan dish I’ve attempted to make, and I thought it was delicious. Apparently I must have done something right, as my brother made sure to refrigerate the leftovers and tell me I couldn’t bring any home with me!

    Overall this recipe is mind-blowingly delicious! Thanks for posting it!

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    1. I am so glad that you and your brother liked it!! ^_^ I usually don’t drain the sauerkraut, but I may have to try it that way with olive oil myself.


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