While fermented foods are often associated with summer, there are many delicious ways to use Bubbies products in winter recipes too!
Isn’t it amazing that stew, one of the world’s oldest comfort foods, can be made from just two ingredients simmered in a liquid? While that is the bare-bones recipe, making a really soul-satisfying stew requires a few more ingredients, maybe even one that is a little unexpected. That’s where Bubbies Sauerkraut comes in. Its tang and texture are the perfect complement to the sweetness of the vegetables. Add a little more sauerkraut on top for garnish and you’ve got a stew that will chase the chill from any winter night.
Butternut Squash Sauerkraut Soup
This delicious Butternut Squash Soup with Bubbies Sauerkraut is sure to be a hit for the holidays and every day in between! With creamy butternut squash, Bubbies Sauerkraut, fresh pomegranate seeds, and a bit of dill, this soup will have you reaching the ladle back in for seconds!
Maple Roasted Carrots
These maple roasted carrots are bursting with flavor, paired with Bubbies Kosher Relish! Served as a side dish or appetizer, any winter gathering is sure to enjoy this savory new way to enjoy carrots!
Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese Toasts
Winter is all about comfort food, and nothing says comfort food like the perfect grilled cheese toasts and tomato soup! This tomato soup is nothing less than extraordinary thanks to Bubbies sauerkraut brine!
Fresh Corn Fritters
This recipe is so simple that you’ll need to make it only once before you know it by heart. And you’re going to be glad that Corn Fritters are in your recipe repertoire because these crispy little beauties – the colors remind me of confetti – can be enjoyed in so many ways. Serve these fritters with fried eggs for a satisfying breakfast or dinner. Whip up a batch as a quick side for grilled meats.
Pickled Whiskey Sour
Cocktail historians agree that the first time a recipe for a whiskey sour appeared in print was in “The Bartender’s Guide” written by Jerry Thomas and published in 1862. Made with just three ingredients – spirits, sweetener, and a citrus component – the basic whiskey sour combination is still delicious 150 years later, but improved with Bubbies pickle brine!