All About Bratwurst video
Video DescriptionProbably few things identify German heritage more than Bratwurst. In fact sausages became a means of survival during the winter, and meant precious meat scraps weren't wasted.Bratwurst can look like a rather longer, straighter, thicker frankfurter or a thicker, uncooked English sausage. The filling will either be chunky or there will be nothing but pork, fat and flavouring inside the skin. Bratwursts can be boiled, grilled, pan fried, smoked, or even baked and are often simmered in beer to give them more flavour and a crispier texture. They are best if, having been boiled for about five minutes until cooked through; they are then gently browned in butter. Once cooked, serve with sauerkraut or, more simply, with masses of hot buttered green cabbage and mashed potatoes.
All About Bratwurst