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.See Popular Bratwurst Recipes
These brats get their robust flavor from marinating in beer overnight and then nestling in onions and beer after grilling.
Milwaukee-style grilled brats with sauerkraut, brown mustard and a good dousing of the Smoky Stadium Sauce.
A sweet yet tart sauerkraut relish tops these spicy grilled brats.
Beer and bratwurst are the usual fare at local events in Germany, and the tradition is now an American crowd-pleaser too!
You can enjoy the flavors of Oktoberfest any time of year with this hearty bratwurst dish that cooks quickly on top of the stove.
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The slow-grilled, slightly smoky flavor will make these the best brats at the summer barbecue.
Slow-cook stews have got to be the perfect fall comfort food. Whether you've spent the day apple picking or rooting for your hometown football team, what's better than to come home after a day spent outside in the crisp autumn air and to be greeted by the savory warm aroma of a hearty stew that's been simmering all day in the kitchen? This Loaded Bratwurst Stew is as easy as they come -- nothing needs to be precooked.
There's a big difference between a food that can be grilled and a food that's meant to be grilled. Take bratwurst: this sausage is tasty regardless of the preparation, but when grilled, bratwurst really reaches its full flavor potential. The skin becomes deliciously crisp while the interior stays juicy and succulent.
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.
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.