Thursday, November 17, 2011

Beer Brats

Okay, this is the final entry of the beer recipes. I'm ready to switch gears, but this one is a good for for an easy supper or game day. If you prefer, you can use smoked sausage or kielbasa. This makes a great sandwich or can be served as an entree. Either way, the sweet onion paired with the beer makes a delicious combination, and it's only four ingredients! Enjoy!

2  Tbsp. butter or oil
6  Bratwurst
1  large sweet onion, sliced into rings
6  oz or 1/2 of a beer

Heat 1 tbsp oil or butter in large dutch oven on medium heat.
Cook bratwurst until golden brown. Do not puncture the brats while cooking.
Remove to a platter
Add the remaining tablespoon of oil to the pan
Cook the onion rings in the drippings until they are soft and golden but not brown.
Place the brats back into the pan and add beer.
Cook over medium heat until beer reduces down to a syrup like consistency.
Ususally takes about 15 minutes.
Place on a bun or serve with your favorite sides.

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