Beer Bratwurst and Cabbage

Beer Bratwurst and Cabbage created by CindiJ

A different twist from kielbasa and cabbage.

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  • Poke holes in the beer bratwurst and pre-cook the package in the microwave for about 4 minutes. (This gets alot of the grease out.) After pre-cooking, cut the bratwurst into 1/2 inch slices and set aside.
  • Put onions, bell peppers, and cabbage in a pot with oil. Cover and cook on medium for about 30 minutes. Check it often and stir.
  • Add bratwurst, tomatoes, salt, and pepper. Cook for another 20 minutes. Serve.
  • (**Use the Del Monte tomatoes with basil, garlic, and oregano.).
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  1. MONICA B.
    This recipe was easy and turned out great. I browned the bratwurst first and left them whole then added the rest of the ingredients( including garlic). I used plain tomatoes and my own seasonings instead. The kids even ate it.
  2. Bobbin
    Very good recipe. I did not microwave the bratwurst, but instead cooked regular bratwurst in beer per recipe #104698. I did that while the cabbage, onion, pepper, and garlic (I added 3 cloves) were cooking. The bratwurst was done cooking right on time to slice it and put in the cabbage. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this and I will make it again.
  3. CindiJ
    Beer Bratwurst and Cabbage Created by CindiJ
  4. CindiJ
    Beer Bratwurst and Cabbage Created by CindiJ
  5. CindiJ
    What a perfect supper on a cold and blustery winter night! Very, very good! I did edit the recipe to what I had on hand. I used 2 lbs. of brats, 3/4 of the green pepper, 1 can diced tomatoes and 1 fresh tomato chopped, 2 tsp. Italian seasoning, 2 bay leaves and 1 TBS olive oil. I got over 1/2 cup of fat off of microwaving the brats (did in 2 batches 5 minutes each time) sliced and threw into the pot with the vegetable mixture. We too served over a bed of mashed potatoes. We all loved this! It's very filling without being a heavy, rich meal. Next time I may serve with some crusty bread or biscuits to help sop up the wonderful broth from this dish. Thanks for posting this keeper!!
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