Brats are the perfect grilling food. They are easy to make and serve; grill them, throw them on a bun, wrap them in a napkin, and serve. They are great for summer backyard barbecues, Labor Day get-togethers, or at your football tailgating parties.
"Whether you are fixing fresh or precooked brats, there are many great recipes for you to try. Beer brats are always a favorite. Serve them with a variety of toppings, such as sauerkraut, onions, relish, peppers, ketchup, and mustard to satisfy everyone's taste. See our Poaching Pork information to see how fresh sausages should be cooked to result in juicy brats that are ready to throw on the grill. They are then browned and seared to give them that classic charred flavor."
When cooking cabbage, place only 1/2 to 3/4 inch of water in the pan. Too much water will cause the cabbage's color to fade, nutrients and flavor to be lost, and the cabbage to become soggy and limp. view more.