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came out funny tasting. i think it was the cloves. the flavors just didnt mix.

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Melany * October 27, 2002

This is only the second recipe I have found that produces a brat I like. I have made them many ways because my DH likes them, but usually made a different meal for myself. Your recipe produced a brat that doesn't have that greasy mouth feel, the boiling makes all of the difference. The cloves add so much to the flavor and make things smell wonderful while cooking. Thanks Lori!!!

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Susie D June 08, 2006

We loved these brats. I did cut the cloves in half and it was perfect. We got the flavor into the meat but not too overpowering. I took the onions and sauteed them up in some butter after boiling them with the brats. Thank you for sharing.

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mommyoffour May 16, 2012

Excellent way of preparing wurst. I made as posted including the cloves. I did slice the onion instead of chopping it. After the wurst were done swimming in the hot tub. I took the onions out and saute them to serve with the wurst. Yummy! My mustard of choice was stone ground. Served them on toasted hard rolls. To complete the meal I made my cold German potato salad and some green beans. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas October 29, 2010

what a great recipe, I made grilled these tonight and served with coleslaw, myself and DS loved it, thanks Lor!

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Kittencalskitchen July 23, 2010

A great recipe for the summer months and also I loved the fact of par-boiling these on the stove first. Saved lots of x-tra grilling time. DH said the taste of the beer really comes through nicely. I should mention I did omit the cloves. A great find!!!
Made for KK's Grilling Tag.~

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CoffeeB July 22, 2010

What more is the say, but I love beer brats, this made my house smell wonderful. I did skip the cloves, didn't have any on hand. Made for ZWT6

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morgainegeiser June 01, 2010

YUM - you have another great recipe here! Personally I like the cloves and used 4 of them, as listed. You couldn't really taste them though. I made the recipe as listed and wouldn't change a thing! We had these with fresh veggies. Made for ZWT6. Thanks Lauralie41! :)

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Nif May 29, 2010

Great tasting sausages! I used 2 cloves while simmering the sausages but next time I'll use 4 as called for in the recipe. Made for ZWT6.

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Dreamer in Ontario May 24, 2010

It was my first time trying bratwursts. I used a honey brown beer and it was great with it. I served it in a hot dog bun with saurkraut. Thanks Lauralie :) Made for the Zwizzle Chicks of ZWT

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Boomette May 24, 2010
Gegrillte Bratwurst (Grilled Bratwurst)