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I was dying to eat some bratwursts, but I don't have a grill, so I was glad to find this recipe. It was absolutely delicious! I've made it twice and have some tips: (1) The amount of garlic is good, don't think it's too much. (2) I chose to use less pepper; as written, it's a bit strong. (3) Intersperse the apple, which you want to cut into smaller slices, and onion with the brats. Don't layer the onions on top; they won't take in the brat flavor. This recipe is wonderful and is now a staple for me!
Tasted great! Instead of baking for an hour, I placed the foil packet into my crock pot after lunch. No mess supper that stayed warm for staggered eating. I think I'll try it with Italian sausage next time.
So good! I made this with pears instead of apples for my roommate and I. We both really enjoyed it!<br/> Tip: I think this has been said before, but keep it covered for only about half of the time. It improves the color if the foil is removed after that.
WOW! Amazing recipe! I used a
I thawed brats but had no buns & I didn't want to do peppers & onions, and my search turned up this recipe. I forgot the garlic and to tent the foil. I also baked at 400 for 45 minutes instead, tenting afterward for 10 minutes or so. The outside was interesting & almost crunchy, the inside still very juicy. I think we may do brats this way from now on.<br/><br/>Edited to add: I like it better when I un-tent it about halfway through.
This was so good! I used bratwurst from the farmers market, and I put the whole dish in a square glass baking pan and tented the foil over it. I'm not fond of aluminum coming in contact with my food. I also removed the tent and turned on the broiler for a few minutes when it was done. I cut the apples and onions smaller than suggested. Next time, I'll do the 2 med apples in quarters and the onion in eighths. It was so good. I could eat just the onions and apples together. I'll definitely make again.
I have to improvise most of the time because I am on a very tight budget. I had fresh Primo Bratwurst, yellow onion and minced garlic. I coated the bratwurst with lots of garlic and baked as instructed. I then boiled some pasta (al dente). I added the pasta to the pan with the bratz, added a tablespoon of oil and a beef rice-a-roni packet (leaving out the rice). I baked covered for 20-25 mins more and OMG it was absolutely amazing! I served it to my husband, 2 boys and visiting sister and brother in law and they were all floored by it. I even impressed myself. I had no idea the combo would be so good. The sausages alone were excellent, but if you need more than just sausages and you want to try something incredible...Thanks for the awesome recipe. They really are the most flavorful bratz I have ever had. I will never use beer again!
This was a bit of a surprise. The ingredients seemed a little unusual, but as it had a German flair, I went for it. It was a hit! My husband and son really enjoyed this with a side of fried potatoes. Next time I make it I'll add a German potato salad and some nice thick bread as my sides. It's not a healthy recipe, but it sure does taste good! Nice indulgence on a cold evening.
This was so E-Z & tasty!!! I didn't have any fresh garlic, so I sprinkled the brats with garlic powder. Great way to make brats when your grill isn't available. Will definately be making this again!!! THANKS for sharing!!!