Bratwursts are a backyard barbecue and party staple. These delicious recipes provide both classic and refreshing ways to garnish bratwurst using sauerkraut, gooseberry ketchup, wilted cabbage, mango relish, and seasoned onions.
Beer and bratwurst are the usual fare at local events in Germany, and the tradition is now an American crowd-pleaser too!
A sweet yet tart sauerkraut relish tops these spicy grilled brats.
The slow-grilled, slightly smoky flavor will make these the best brats at the summer barbecue.
Grill the bratwurst, then simmer them in a sweet and tangy beer sauce. When you're ready for dinner, put the brats in a bun and top with the pickles and cranberry relish.
Cooking the bratwurst in beer before grilling tenderizes the casings and ups the flavor value.
Cooking brats in beer before grilling adds flavor and keeps them from burning on the outside before they're cooked on the inside. They're great for a backyard barbecue.
Homemade burgers and creamy apple slaw combine for a tasty meal that's perfect for grilling season.
Marinate brats in spiced-up German beer for a flavor boost that can only be topped by the bacon that's later wrapped around the sausages before grilling.
Slice each brat before grilling to allow for more space to hold the spicy cheese sauce stuffing.
Take the stress out of your next tailgate by preparing the sausages in your slow cooker rather than on the grill.
For this 30-minute dinner, bratwursts simmer in a sauce made of beer, onions, and butter. Serve on a hard roll for a sandwich that's perfect for game day.
Sub in kielbasa or even a flavored chicken sausage for the smoked bratwurst in this slow-simmered meal.
A mango relish recipe makes this traditional barbecue fare extra special. Invite friends over to sample this new taste sensation.