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    My mother used to make this all the time. It's a recipe that's been passed down the German side of my family for many generations, and we've all put our own spin on it over time. Feel free to add your own, too. Use a beer you like to drink, or leave out the sugar and use apple cider, if you prefer.

    Recipe #425348

    These are wonderful bratwursts! They are always a big hit with our guests. I always make these with Recipe #113133. Great for a summer party.

    Recipe #112907

    My Mom made these often when I was growing up and I have always loved them! I think this is the most authentic and traditional way to make these.Traditional Sausage and Peppers do NOT have tomato sauce! We always ate them on Italian sub rolls with mustard but you could eat these alone with good crusty bread on the side. This serves 8 and can easily be scaled down or increased depending on how many you want to feed.

    Recipe #101003

    The tangy mustard and brown sugar makes this quick and easy bratwurst recipe worth trying.

    Recipe #467195

    When my children are home for the summer they always ask for grilled foods and Italian sausage subs are a great meal for dinners or lunch. Well making 6-8 is easy enough on the grill but then all the friends are here (LOVE THAT) so I need to make enough for 20-30. Came up with this easy way to do sausage and they do taste great.

    Recipe #279516

    3 Reviews |  By Jezski

    Posting as requested. We've perfected this recipe to OUR taste (very peppery and garlicky) over 20 years; my mother worked on it for years prior to that, even helping a Polish friend make it for a little Polish grocery store/butcher shop she owned. That said, we've found that it all works differently every year, depending on the quality of the meat, spices and casings. There's always SOME kind of problem! But it ends up remarkably consistent in taste. The directions are deliberately lengthy, the way I wrote them for a non-Polish non-sausage-making friend. And they're a little informal here and there. But DO read them through before you get into this project! Prep time and sausage-making time are actually just a couple of hours each day for 2 days. We use an electric grinder which forces the meat through a horn into the casing. Recipe #387079 is our favorite way to cook this kielbasa. Make this 3-4 weeks ahead, wrap very well, and freeze in vac packs. You can also cook it before you freeze it; we don't. We've kept this in the deep-freeze for several months with no loss in quality. Oh, and we call this fresh sausage because we don't smoke it. You certainly can do that, if you like the flavor.

    Recipe #386789

    This is a recipe from Steven Raichlen's "The Barbecue Bible" Here is what he states in the intro: This simple recipe is the perfect symbol of Brazil’s sensuality and scintillating spirit. Grilled sausages are, of course, common currency among the world’s street foods, but it’s only in Brazil that street vendors take the time to make tiny slits in the sausages, fill them with minutely diced onions and bell peppers, and lovingly baste them with olive oil as they cook. The "grill" of the vendor who gave me his version was the charcoal-filled hubcap of an old car. Virtually any type of cooked sausage could be prepared this way. I’ve called for chorizos, but kielbasa, knockwurst, or even hot dogs would work well, too.

    Recipe #456476

    Bangers and Mash British Style! Taken from Rick Stein's Recipe. See original here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/database/sausageswithmashedpo_757.shtml

    Recipe #227905

    This is an easy way to make this delicious dish. We love it on a cold winter evening or anytime really! We eat this on hot dog buns with spicy mustard, jalapenos, onions and spicy pickles. YUMMY! I also serve these with buttered garlicy potatoes on the side.

    Recipe #446819

    It seems that everyone has their own ideas of how to cook Bratwurst. I'm a "Sausageholic" & this has always worked for me. Everyone loves it & it is SOOOOOOO simple!!!

    Recipe #305774

    This German adopted recipe has had reviews commenting on the cloves. I do not care for cloves either but they can be an optional item. The taste may not be European but the bratwurst still tastes great.

    Recipe #6932

    2 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    This brat recipes screams Oktoberfest to me. It is best done on the grill as the sauerkraut needs to cook indirectly, but I have done it on the campfire, by arranging the coals. Serve with a good German beer!

    Recipe #139875

    10 Reviews |  By LisaA

    My family raves about this dish and is constantly requesting it. It takes a bit of work but it is so good! If you want to impress someone this is the dish!

    Recipe #25812

    This may be made on an outdoor or indoor grill or a grill pan ---kosher salami may be used in place of the kielbasa, all amounts may be adjusted to taste,

    Recipe #348395

    Want a great Oktoberfest recipe? Look no further.

    Recipe #390281

    20 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is my version of TOH's Grilled Bratwurst Supper. We really enjoyed the wonderful taste of the veggies in this. Very easy to make and easy to clean up.

    Recipe #184301

    This is so simple to make but tastes so good! My mom made this for us when we were younger and still a favorite of mine. Smoked sausage could also be used but I prefer the hot dogs. Serve this over mashed potatoes for total comfort food.

    Recipe #218351

    I found this recipe at http://www.chow.com/recipes/14145-beer-braised-bratwursts-with-onion I made these for a small summer cookout last year and they were a big hit, especially among beer lovers.

    Recipe #422595

    We have a new comfort food! Serve on buns Recipe #318739 or pass a basket of Recipe #322241 !

    Recipe #323287

    Simple recipe for bangers, mash and gravy

    Recipe #425206

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