It's Time for an AIP Oktoberfest!
Posted on August 23 2018
A traditional potato dumpling, or "Kartoffelklösse" would be loaded with butter and eggs. Chef Ann worked in the POTG Test Kitchen to recreate them for the Autoimmune protocol. They are perfect to gather up the delicious sauce created from the sauerbraten. Another integral piece on the Oktoberfest plate is Red Cabbage. Simple ingredients, tasty results.
A traditional Bratwurst would be a mixture of beef, pork and veal. For our recipe we used just beef and pork. Chef Ann has created a sausage with the traditional flavors you would expect of a Bratwurst. And, who knew that sauerkraut was so simple to prepare? Like anything else it's a process, but easily done in the home.
Like making sauerkraut, making sauerbraten at home is easy but time consuming. With a little bit of planning and effort you can have a very tasty AIP meal to put on the table that will satisfy the whole family.
What's a feast without desert? The answer: not a feast. There are various versions of a German Apple Cake out there. This one is moist and delicious and the perfect finish to our AIP Oktoberfest. And, like the other recipes in this series, it is simple to put together.
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