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Brats with Beer and Onions Recipe, Cooking Tips...July 14, 2004

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Georgette is getting just plumb lazy-She stays at the pool while I do all the work! Anybody want a duck? :o)

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Brats with Beer and Onions


2 to 3 cans beer (labatt blue)
4 to 6 large onions sliced in large rings (some chunks too)
6 original Johnsonville Brats

Use a large skillet pan with a lid.

Pour in Beer, add onions start to simmer add brats on top. Cover and simmer, Stir every now and again. Let brats get covered with the onions.

He cooked this way about 45 min.

Then he fired up the grill and put his and my brothers on to grill
for about 5 min. I choose NOT to have mine grilled -- no need in my opinion.

Serve on buns with cooked onions, mustard & ketchup.

VERY GOOD! The onions almost caramelized in the beer.

I like stout ketchup & used that on mine .... to make:
just mix gineuss (Irish stout beer) & ketchup, store in fridge.

Contributor : Doubleduceuno-Thanks!

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