Wisconsin Sauce to Keep Burgers and Brats Hot

Just in time for cookout season. Great for crowds. The sauce keeps picnic grub hot, juicy and ready-to-eat. I used this amount (with only 1/2 stick margarine) for 14 hamburgers and warmed them in a 13 x 9 pan. Poured liquid over, covered with foil and steamed on stove until hot. Burgers were moist and tasty. The onions were good on the meat.

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  • Bring to boil: one 12 ounce can of beer, 1/8 lb. margarine and one large onion cut up in chunks.
  • Add the meat then to keep it warm. If you have cold meat, you can simmer it in this to warm it up again.
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"Just in time for cookout season. Great for crowds. The sauce keeps picnic grub hot, juicy and ready-to-eat. I used this amount (with only 1/2 stick margarine) for 14 hamburgers and warmed them in a 13 x 9 pan. Poured liquid over, covered with foil and steamed on stove until hot. Burgers were moist and tasty. The onions were good on the meat."

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  1. Jezski
    Just in time for cookout season. Great for crowds. The sauce keeps picnic grub hot, juicy and ready-to-eat. I used this amount (with only 1/2 stick margarine) for 14 hamburgers and warmed them in a 13 x 9 pan. Poured liquid over, covered with foil and steamed on stove until hot. Burgers were moist and tasty. The onions were good on the meat.
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