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this turned out quite delicious. i used a ninja cooker set on slow-cook high for nearly 3 hours after browning the sausages and onions first in the ninja on stovtop high setting for jsut a few minutes. i used a combination of apple jelly and beer with sliced apple wedges and rings of yellow onion with salt, pepper and a bit of rosemary the slow cooked sausage was tender and juicy with a beery apple flavor imparted into it. i scooped the sausages, broth apples and onions into a large serving bowl. placed the soft apples and onions on a plate and placed the sausages on top and drizzled with the beery apple broth.....oh yummmy! this was with a side dish of a potato-hash sauerkraut bake garnished with bacon bits and them some buttered bread and beers. reccomended.

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sthomper May 11, 2014

We loved the flavor on these brats, though we didn't find the apples or onions appealing enough to eat. I used half beer and half apples juice. It was certainly an easy meal to come home to. Thanks.

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ladypit February 19, 2010

This was a very simple recipe, and it smelled great walking in the door after work! Mine came out a lot browner and mushier than the picture, so perhaps I'll need to reduce the cooking time next time or add the apples a little later in the process. I also agree with the previous reviewer about maybe adding half apple juice for a little more apple flavor and a little sweetness. This is one I will definitely try again, so thank you for sharing it!

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Maggie, Cooking August 06, 2008

This was a great, quick recipe. I used 2 beers but I wish I had used half apple juice. I think it would have added a little more sweetness to the apples. I also used 1/2 bratwurst and 1/2 mild Italian sausage. Made for Photo Tag.

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mary winecoff April 08, 2008
Apple, Onion and Bratwurst (Crock Pot)