Anyone got a good Brat recipe?

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Found one on the app, and I will probably try it. I have just always par-boiled mine in beer before finishing on grill. I would imagine the smoking would serve some of the same purpose as the par-boil to a degree.

 

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Just beware that long slow cooking of brats can make the casing very chewy and rubbery.

My favorite recipe is the bacon wrapped brats, cooked hot to get the bacon crispy.
 
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Just beware that long slow cooking of brats can make the casing very chewy and rubbery.

My favorite recipe is the bacon wrapped brats, cooked hot to get the bacon crispy.
Good to know, thanks!
 

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Oh man. I can only speak to how brats are done in Wisconsin. My preferred method is boiled in beer and onions with a little melted butter, then browned up on the grill. Can't beat it IMO. Add kraut mustard and you're in a good place....
 
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Oh man. I can only speak to how brats are done in Wisconsin. My preferred method is boiled in beer and onions with a little melted butter, then browned up on the grill. Can't beat it IMO. Add kraut mustard and you're in a good place....
That’s they way I have always cooked them in North Carolina .... and if I remember correctly it was a CheeseHead that taught me that method.....
 

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