Alright Fam, since you’ve been BEGGING for another history lesson before you prep din din… 😉
A long, long time ago in Munich, Germany (aka 1810) Prince Ludwig (soon-to-be King Ludwig I) married Princess Therese, and their marriage celebration was a paaaaarty. An absolute banger. There was even a horse race! The celebration became an annual tradition and combined with an agricultural fair. Yup, that’s when the tasty eats get involved! And the drinks. Yenno, those giant steins of beer?
This spread is our version of an Oktoberfest-inspired feast, featuring BRATS! Dip this beer-braised German sausage in your caramelized onion mustard, and maybe even your mashed taters too. It’s all about building the perfect bite, peeps! Beer-poached veg and cabbage too? Heck yeah 🙂
What’s in your bag:
- 4 beer-braised bratwursts
- Beer-poached carrots, celery root, leeks & pearl onions
- Mashed potatoes with green onion butter, kale & garlic cream
- Cider-braised cabbage & sauerkraut with pickled mustard seed
- Caramelized onion mustard
What you’ll need from home:
- Aluminum foil-lined sheet tray & tongs
- Microwave-safe dish
Total prep time: 15 minutes
How to prep:
- Preheat oven to 350F.
- Use tongs to place your brats on your foil-lined sheet tray.
- Pop the tray in the oven to get your brats roasty toasty, about 15 minutes. (Pro tip: Use a thermometer to check the internal temp of your brats– once they reach 160F, they’re good to go!)
- While the brats are heating up, arrange a portion of each of the sides–taters, veggies, and cabbage–on a microwave-safe plate.
- Microwave for 1-2 minutes, give your mash a little stir, then back in for another minute (or until warmed through to your liking).
- Repeat as needed for additional servings.
Add brats to the plates when you’re ready and don’t forget to serve some of that caramelized onion mustard on the side for dipping. Prost!
That’s it! #Dinnersolved, dinner served.
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