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    Bratwurst Wraps with Onion-Sauerkraut Filling

    WEBER-We have made this recipe several times. Last time for a family get together and it was a big hit.

    Bratwurst Wraps with Onion-Sauerkraut Filling

    4 fresh bratwurst (1 lb.)
    1 12 oz. bottle of beer
    1 cup chopped onion
    2 TB vegetable oil
    1 lb. fresh sauerkraut, rinsed and fully drained
    2 TB sugar
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/4 tsp. crushed red pepper
    4 10" flour tortillas
    1/4 cup honey-Dijon mustard
    4 slices smoked Swiss cheese

    Place bratwurst and beer in medium saucepan; bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 10 minutes. Remove from heat; let bratwurst cool in beer.

    In 10" frying pan cook onion in oil over medium heat until browned, 8 to 10 minutes. Add sauerkraut, sugar, salt and red pepper; mix well. Continue cooking for 5 minutes to blend flavors.

    Place bratwurst in center of cooking grate. Grill 5 to 6 minutes or until browned and heated throughout, turning once halfway through grilling time. Split each in half lengthwise.

    Place 1/4 of sauerkraut mixture down center of each tortilla. Place 2 bratwurst halves on top of filling. Spread 1 TB mustard on bratwurst and top with a slice of cheese. Fold two sides of tortilla over cheese; fold remaining bottom and top halves of tortilla to close. Place tortilla wraps flap side down on grill; grill 3 to 4 minutes or until browned and heated through, turning once halfway through grilling time.

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    Last edited by Joan; 06-29-2019 at 09:49 AM.

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    What kind of beer?

    I usually don't like Swiss as much, but I've never had smoked Swiss.

    I have an indoor smoker which I use for smoking cheese. Maybe I can use it to smoke Swiss and see how that turns out. Does Costco sell Swiss?

    Any particular kind of bratwurst? Should I get it from the butcher section of the grocery store?

    Also, if you have any pictures of the recipes you post, that would be helpful. Sometimes seeing it helps me decide on if I want to make it, and it gives me an idea of how something should look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    What kind of beer?

    I usually don't like Swiss as much, but I've never had smoked Swiss.

    I have an indoor smoker which I use for smoking cheese. Maybe I can use it to smoke Swiss and see how that turns out. Does Costco sell Swiss?

    Any particular kind of bratwurst? Should I get it from the butcher section of the grocery store?

    Also, if you have any pictures of the recipes you post, that would be helpful. Sometimes seeing it helps me decide on if I want to make it, and it gives me an idea of how something should look.
    Arun, you know as much as DH did when he made this. You will have to ask Weber those questions.

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    Is DH your husband?

    Ok, Costco.com says it has Swiss Cheese. I will try to find it in a store.

    For the beer question, I guess I'm trying to figure out, light or dark?

    If anyone has any suggestions as to which one, that would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    Is DH your husband?

    Ok, Costco.com says it has Swiss Cheese. I will try to find it in a store.

    For the beer question, I guess I'm trying to figure out, light or dark?

    If anyone has any suggestions as to which one, that would be great.
    DH is computer talk for Dear Husband and DH said he used Guiness. That's all he remembers. So sorry I have not been much help with all your questions. But I do thank you for checking out the recipes I have posted. I hope you have found some that you will like to make. Keep checking, I have lot more recipes to post. lol

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    Guiness, thanks. You've been helpful.

    I had one more question in the "Ray's Florida Marinade" thread:



    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?775...orida-Marinade

    I think I'll try these, in this rough order:

    * Ray's Florida Marinade
    * A Delicious Summer Drink
    * Strawberry Shrimp
    * Chicken wings with a garlicky glaze
    * Bratwurst wraps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    Guiness, thanks. You've been helpful.

    I had one more question in the "Ray's Florida Marinade" thread:



    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?775...orida-Marinade

    I think I'll try these, in this rough order:

    * Ray's Florida Marinade
    * A Delicious Summer Drink
    * Strawberry Shrimp
    * Chicken wings with a garlicky glaze
    * Bratwurst wraps

    Arun, thank you, that is quite a list. You have been most kind. I hope you enjoy them. Please let me know. Joan

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