Brats in Beer Bath with Garlic Butter Rolls and Horseradish Mustard - Fight Night Feasts

Brats in Beer Bath with Garlic Butter Rolls and Horseradish Mustard – Fight Night Feasts

It’s fight night folks and that means an all-new “Fight Night Feasts” is coming your way.  Whether you are watching Tribute to the Kings – Anderson Silva vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., or the UFC’s Korean Zombie vs. Dan Ige, we’ve got the meal for you.

This weekend marks the first day of summer, so I’m going to present you with something easy to make on your grill, using just a small list of ingredients.

Today’s Brats in a Beer Bath recipe comes from Traeger Grills, and it is easily one of my favorites to make, no matter the time of year.

These dawgs burst with amazing flavor, they’re so juicy bathed in beer that you’ll don your lederhosen and yodel with delight.

 

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Ingredients

4 Can (12 oz) beer

2 Large onions, peeled and sliced into rings

2 Tablespoon butter for bath – Then butter to spread on rolls (I used garlic butter for the rolls.  See note in Step 7 below.

10 uncooked bratwurst

10 hot dog buns

mustard, for serving – I found a horseradish mustard in my local grocery story


Instructions

STEP 1:  Pour beer into a large saucepan. Add onions and butter. Bring to a simmer on the stovetop.

INGREDIENTS
4 Can (12 oz) beer

2 Large onions, peeled and sliced into rings

2 Tablespoon butter


STEP 2: When ready to cook, set grill temperature to 350°F and preheat, lid closed for 15 minutes.


STEP 3: Put a deep disposable aluminum foil pan on one side of the Traeger. Carefully pour the beer and onions from the saucepan into the pan on the grill.


STEP 4: Arrange the brats on the other side of the grill grate. Grill the brats until cooked through, turning frequently with tongs, about 20 to 25 minutes.


STEP 5: Transfer the brats to the beer mixture and cover the pan tightly with aluminum foil.


STEP 6: Let the brats simmer until the onions are tender, 45 minutes to an hour.


STEP 7: Butter the cut sides of the buns and toast on the grill.  For this step I used a garlic butter that I purchased at Sam’s Club.  Gave the toasted bread a bit more flavor.


STEP 8: To serve, lift a brat out of the mixture and put it on a bun. Top it with onions and mustard. Enjoy!

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