Crock Pot Brats in Beer2021-01-24
- Cuisine: American
- Course: Main Dish
- Skill Level: Easy
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- Yield: 4
- Servings: 4
- Prep Time: 10m
- Cook Time: 5:00 h
- Ready In: 5:10 h
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Saturated Fat8 g
Trans Fat4 g
Unsaturated Fat2.0 g
Crock pot brats in beer. These brats are cooked in the slow cooker with beer, onion, and mustard. They’re easy to assemble and full of delicious flavor.
Which is the best type of beer to use for this recipe?
The best type of beer to use for this recipe is light beer.
What are the benefits of Crockpot brats in beer?
The benefits of Crockpot brats in beer are numerous. The first benefit is that you can make a lot of them at the same time which is great if you have a large family or many friends coming over for dinner. It also helps to keep the beer from boiling over and making a mess. Another benefit is that they are easy to make and delicious.
Can you use a different kind of meat instead of a brat?
In the United States, the term “bratwurst” is often used to refer to a type of sausage that is usually made from ground pork and beef. In other countries, such as Germany, the term “bratwurst” specifically refers to a type of sausage that is made from ground veal and bacon.
This means that you can use a different kind of meat instead of a brat.
Crock Pot Brats in Beer
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- 1 ½ pounds (760 g) bratwurst sausages
- 12 oz (360 ml) bottle amber ale
- 1 medium yellow onion, peeled and thinly sliced
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
- spicy brown mustard for garnish
In a crockpot combine sausages, onions, ale, brown sugar, and vinegar. Cover and cook in a low-heat setting for 4-5 hours or until sausages are cooked through.
Remove cooked sausages from the crockpot. Serve with spicy brown mustard.
posted by Judy on May 28, 2022
Shouldn’t you include the onion in the crockpot?
posted by Slava Bond on May 28, 2022
Hi, thank you for letting me know. Revised and corrected. Regards.