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Crock Pot Bratwurst and Peppers

Crock Pot Bratwurst and Peppers created by Papa D 1946-2012

My brother-in-law shared this recipe with us. It is a very easy and delicious recipe. A nice variation from grilled brats, particularly during very cold weather when you don't want to get the grill out, or when you're too busy watching a Green Bay Packer game! This recipe is definitely a Midwest U.S. region favorite.

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6hrs 15mins
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  • Lightly brown bratwursts in butter.
  • Layer one half of the bell peppers, onion and apple in the bottom of the crock pot.
  • Place 3 bratwursts on top.
  • Repeat with remaining veggies and bratwurst.
  • Pour beer over all.
  • Cook on high for 1- 2 hours.
  • Turn to low and cook at least 4 more hours.
  • Serve brat and pepper mixture on rolls with mustard or favorite condiment.
  • Excellent with sauerkraut and German potato salad.
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"My brother-in-law shared this recipe with us. It is a very easy and delicious recipe. A nice variation from grilled brats, particularly during very cold weather when you don't want to get the grill out, or when you're too busy watching a Green Bay Packer game! This recipe is definitely a Midwest U.S. region favorite."
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  1. kellyd3
    Thought this would be a great idea but felt the vegetables tasted a bit too harsh from all the beer.
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  2. Papa D 1946-2012
    Crock Pot Bratwurst and Peppers Created by Papa D 1946-2012
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  3. Papa D 1946-2012
    Wonderful flavor. I used Johnsonville beer brats and only 12 oz. beer as the veggies give off enough moisture. Will make this again but will cook on low for 6 hours vice high and low. I served with sauerkraut. Great meal.
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  4. Serah B.
    I probably used a beer that was too "hoppy." (I used Wild Goose Oatmeal Stout. The flavor soaked into the brats wonderfully, but it was too rich for the veggies--it completely overpowered the peppers). This is a nice, easy recipe, and I think it would be excellent with a pale ale or a bock...maybe even a cider.
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  5. Galley Wench
    Crock Pot Bratwurst and Peppers Created by Galley Wench
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