Paying close attention to the details needed for making great sausages, these bratwurst come out just as juicy and well seasoned as could be, with an ideal smooth, emulsified texture.
Provided by Joshua Bousel
Yield 12 servings
Number Of Ingredients 15
- Place pork, veal, and fatback in a large bowl. Chill in refrigerator for at least 1 hour. Set parts of meat grinder, including large cutting die, in freezer. Set bowl and paddle of stand mixer in freezer.
- Grind meat and fat mixture through chilled meat grinder fitted with a small cutting die, into a large bowl set in another bowl filled with ice. Add salt, white pepper, ginger, mustard, and nutmeg in with the meat. Using chilled paddle attachment and chilled bowl of a standing mixer, mix at low speed for 1 minute. Add eggs and heavy cream and mix at medium speed until liquid is incorporated and sausage is uniform and sticky, about 1 minute longer.
- Form a small sausage patty; place rest of sausage mixture in refrigerator. Cook patty in a small frying pan over medium-high heat until cooked through. Taste and adjust seasonings of sausage if necessary.
- Stuff sausage into hog casings and twist into 6-inch links.
- Light one chimney full of charcoal. When all the charcoal is lit and covered with gray ash, pour out and arrange the coals on one side of the charcoal grate. Set cooking grate in place, cover grill, and allow to preheat for 5 minutes. Clean and oil grilling grate. Place onion slices in foil tray and pour in beer. Place tray on hot side of grill. Nestle sausage in tray and cook until beer begins to simmer, about 4 minutes. Slide tray over to cool side of grill, cover grill, and continue to cook until sausages register 140 to 145°F on an instant-read thermometer, 10-15 minutes, flipping occasionally during cooking.
- Uncover grill and remove sausages from liquid and place on hot side of grill. Cook, turning occasionally, until sausages are browned and crisp all over, about 3 minutes total. Place each sausage in a roll and top with onions and desired condiments; serve immediately.
HOMEMADE GERMAN BRATWURST
Enjoy the authentic taste of Germany through these delicious Bratwursts! Make a double batch, freeze them, and you can conveniently grab and grill a bratwurst any time the craving hits you!
Provided by Kimberly Killebrew
Categories Main Course
Number Of Ingredients 16
- Combine the pork, fat and crushed ice in a bowl and then, working quickly, use a meat grinder to grind the mixture through a 1/4 inch (6mm) die. Preferably grind the meat mixture into a bowl set atop an ice bath to keep the meat cold. Grind half of the ground mixture a second time. Note: It is imperative that the meat be at a constant cold temperature so that the fat doesn't get too soft. You should be able to see clear definition between the lean meat the specks of fat in the ground mixture.Chill the meat in the refrigerator while you assemble the spice mixture.
- In a small bowl combine all the spices.Remove the ground meat from the fridge and place it on the stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment. Add the spice mix and dry milk powder.Mix the meat mixture with the paddle for 3-4 minutes until threads begin to appear in the meat: If you take a clump of meat and pull it apart with your fingers you will see tiny threads pulling apart. When you see this your meat is ready. *If the meat mixture is too dry and stiff, add a little ice water. You want a soft/smooth mixture that will easily go into the casings.*This is also the time to taste your sausage mixture so you can adjust the seasonings if needed. To do this, take a bit of the meat mixture, fry it up in a pan, taste it and adjust the seasonings if needed.Place the meat mixture back in the refrigerator while you prepare the casings.
- Thread your sausage stuffer with the prepared hog casings, fill the sausage stuffer with the meat mixture, and stuff the casings being careful to avoid air gaps while also being careful to not over-stuff the casings.Twist the sausages into links. Use a sausage pricker to prick any air bubbles out of the links.For best results chill the sausages overnight.
- To prepare the bratwursts, gently poach them in lightly salted water (place sausages in pot of water, gradually bring liquid to a light simmer/do NOT boil, and poach sausages until partially cooked, 3-4 minutes) and then fry or grill them. Once poached they will keep in the fridge, tightly wrapped, for up to a week.You can either freeze the Bratwursts raw prior to poaching (then thaw, poach, fry/grill) or freeze them once they're poached.
- This yields roughly 10 bratwursts depending on the size and diameter.
Nutrition Facts : ServingSize 1 bratwurst, Calories 421 kcal, Carbohydrate 2 g, Protein 28 g, Fat 34 g, SaturatedFat 12 g, Cholesterol 88 mg, Sodium 993 mg, Fiber 1 g, Sugar 2 g
GERMAN BRATWURST PORK SAUSAGE RECIPE - (4.3/5)
Provided by á-25087
Number Of Ingredients 12
- Cut the pork shoulder and bacon into pieces that will fit into your grinder. Partially freeze and then grind the meat through the fine plate. Using a pestal and mortar (or spice grinder) grind the coriander and white peppercorns until powdered. In a stand mixer on low setting, mix together all ingredients for several minutes. Stuff into hog casings. Prepare according to your favorite recipe or heat for 15 minutes in nearly boiling water and grill.
HOMEMADE BRATWURST (GERMAN PORK & VEAL SAUSAGES)
This is how to make your own German sausages at home. This recipe is adapted from "Luchow's German Festival Cookbook." I have never personally made this recipe and I am posting this by request.
Provided by HeatherFeather
Yield 4-6 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 8
- You will need to have a meat grinder and butcher's twine to prepare this recipe.
- Make sure all visible fat and gristle has been trimmed from the meats.
- Cut meat into very small pieces, then place in a bowl with salt, nutmeg, and mace and mix to combine.
- Put the meat mixture through a very clean meat grinder three times.
- Mix the ground meat mixture with 1/2 cup water.
- Stuff casings, being careful not to tear, tying ends with butcher twine.
- The number and size of sausages you can make will depend on how small or large the casings you purchased are.
- To cook the bratwurst, set sausages into a pot and fill with enough cold water to cover.
- Bring to a boil, then immediately remove from the heat.
- Let stand 3-5 minutes, or until firm.
- Drain water.
- Pour some milk into a bowl and dip each bratwurst into the milk.
- Set dipped bratwurst onto a greased broiler pan and broil or grill until golden brown under low-medium (300-350°F if broiling) heat for about 15-20 minutes or until cooked through.
- Makes enough filling for 4-6 servings.
- They should be stuffed and cooked the same day.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 390.4, Fat 22.1, SaturatedFat 8.2, Cholesterol 164.4, Sodium 1022, Carbohydrate 0.2, Fiber 0.1, Sugar 0.1, Protein 44.4
SLOW-COOKER GERMAN BRATWURST
I created this Old World favorite from a dish I had during my travels. The flavorful entree is perfect for weeknights or special occasions. I like to serve this slow-cooker bratwurst with pasta. —Gerald Hetrick, Erie, Pennsylvania
Provided by Taste of Home
Yield 15 servings.
Number Of Ingredients 7
- In batches, in a large nonstick skillet, brown bratwursts over medium-high heat. Transfer to a 7-qt. slow cooker. Add remaining ingredients., Cook, covered, on low 6-8 hours or until a thermometer inserted in sausage reads at least 160°.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 445 calories, Fat 35g fat (12g saturated fat), Cholesterol 90mg cholesterol, Sodium 1424mg sodium, Carbohydrate 13g carbohydrate (6g sugars, Fiber 3g fiber), Protein 17g protein.
The bacon for this recipe can be used in the Sauerkraut Mashed Potatoes recipe included in this German meal. And what a tasty use for bacon drippings! The tangy mustard and brown sugar make this quick-and-easy German Bratwurst recipe from the Test Kitchen something special.
Provided by Taste of Home
Yield 5 servings.
Number Of Ingredients 9
- In a large skillet, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp. Using a slotted spoon, remove to paper towels (save for another use). Drain, reserving 4 tablespoons drippings. In the drippings, cook bratwurst for 10-15 minutes or until no longer pink. Remove and keep warm. Drain skillet. , In a small bowl, combine cornstarch and broth until smooth; set aside. Add the mustard, brown sugar, wine, vinegar and celery seed to skillet; cook and stir over medium heat until mixture is hot and bubbly., Gradually add cornstarch mixture. Bring to a boil; cook and stir for 2 minutes or until thickened. Return bratwurst to the pan; cook and stir for 1-2 minutes longer or until glazed.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 425 calories, Fat 37g fat (13g saturated fat), Cholesterol 79mg cholesterol, Sodium 1046mg sodium, Carbohydrate 7g carbohydrate (3g sugars, Fiber 0 fiber), Protein 14g protein.
FRESH BRATWURST WISCONSIN STYLE
Here's my version of veal and pork bratwurst. Although this fresh sausage recipe is time-consuming to make, it's the best! You can lower the fat content by adding the optional raw potato. This method is for a food processor, but you can also use a meat grinder. You can also stuff the mixture into sausage casings.
Provided by LECHEFRENE
Number Of Ingredients 11
- Cut the pork butt, veal, and fat into 1 inch cubes. Spread on a plate, and place in the freezer for 10 minutes to make it easier to chop. Place food processor bowl and blade in the freezer as well for the same amount of time.
- Set up the food processor and add just enough meat to cover the blade. Pulse to form chunks about 3/8 inch in size. Repeat with remaining meat. Process the fat into smaller pieces, about 1/4 inch, and mix it with the meat.
- Put the chopped meat and fat into a large bowl. Season with salt and pepper, sugar, mustard and mustard seed, nutmeg, and sage. Pour in cold milk, and add grated potatoes if desired. Mix together with your hands.
- Make a small patty of the sausage mixture, and fry it in a small pan over medium heat. Taste, and adjust seasonings of the sausage mix if necessary. Cover bowl, and refrigerate for 8 hours to improve flavor before cooking as desired.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 137.7 calories, Carbohydrate 4.2 g, Cholesterol 52.2 mg, Fat 7.1 g, Fiber 0.6 g, Protein 13.6 g, SaturatedFat 2.5 g, Sodium 491.8 mg, Sugar 0.6 g
- Place the pork and veal on a rimmed baking sheet, transfer to the freezer, and chill until crunchy on the exterior but not frozen solid (30 to 60 minutes).
- Pour the ale into a shallow baking dish, transfer to the freezer, and chill until the ale is semi-frozen.
- In a small bowl, add the salt, sugar, caraway seeds, mustard powder, thyme, ginger, nutmeg, and Cure No. 1 and stir to combine.
- Nest a large mixing bowl in a bowl filled with ice. Grind the meat through the small die (3/16-inch/4-mm) of the grinder into the bowl set in ice. Once all of the meat has been ground, pour the semi-frozen ale through the grinder, into the bowl, which will help push out any meat remaining in the feed tube or wrapped around the auger.
- Add the spice mixture to the meat and stir with your hands until well incorporated; the mixture will look homogenous and will begin sticking to the bowl.
- Spoon 2 tbsp of the meat mixture into a nonstick frying pan and spread into a thin patty. Cook the test patty over low heat until cooked through but not browned. Taste the sausage for seasoning and adjust as necessary.
- Press a sheet of parchment paper or plastic wrap directly on the surface of the meat to prevent oxidation, then cover the bowl tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. Alternatively, you can vacuum-seal the mixture.
- Stuff the sausage into the hog casings and twist into links.
- Poach the links in water or lager-style beer until an instant-read thermometer inserted into the center of the sausage registers 145°F/63°C. The poached sausages can be grilled and then eaten immediately, or chilled fully in an ice bath and refrigerated, or frozen for longer storage. When you're ready to eat them, grill again or cook in a pan over medium heat until browned and heated through.
GERMAN HOMEMADE BRATWURST
- Combine all ingredients; put through grinder 3 times.
- Mix with about 1/2 cup water; fill pork casings.
- BROILED BRATWURST: Cover bratwurst with hot water.
- Bring to a boil and remove from heat immediately.
- Let stand in the hot water a few minutes until firm.
- Drain; dip bratwurst in milk.
- Place in broiler and cook until golden brown under low to moderate heat.
- Serves 4.
- Luchow's German Cookbook.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 324.8, Fat 19.9, SaturatedFat 7.2, Cholesterol 114.5, Sodium 966.6, Carbohydrate 0.6, Fiber 0.2, Sugar 0.1, Protein 33.6
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How much meat for 1 kg bratwurst?The recipe I also showed in the video, out of my recipe book “27 German sausage recipes for feasting at home”… Meat for 1 kg Bratwurst: 1/3 pork belly (333g) 2/3 pork shoulder (666g) Spices per kg meat: 18 g salt 2 g pepper 100ml red wine reduced down to a third 1 g caraway 0,5g nutmeg 8 g dill 8g beet powder 1g grated lemon peel Preparation:
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What do you need to make bratwurst?This is a traditional German recipe from my hometown in Franconia (per 1 kg of meat): 18 g salt 2 g black pepper 0,5 g allspice 2 g marjoram 1 g mace 0.5 g coriander seeds Equipment you need to make Bratwurst Meat Grinder You need a meat grinderto “grind” the meat. The meat is chopped into small chunks and can then be mixed. Sausage stuffer
Where does the name of the bratwurst recipe come from?This particular bratwurst recipe comes from Stanley Marianski’s Home Production of Quality Meats and Sausages book. It’s customary for bratwurst recipes in Germany to take on the names of specific regions of where a recipe comes from.