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  • How do you make bratwurst?

  • Thread the 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. Your Bratwursts are finished.

  • How many bratwurst sausages do you need for dinner?

  • The beer and butter-braised onions are a bonus. This recipe will make about 12 four-inch sausages, which should be just enough for dinner. But if you think you’ll need more brats for a big get-together, say a family BBQ, then simply double or triple the recipe. But First, What Is Bratwurst?

  • What is the difference between bratwurst and sausage?

  • The term Bratwurst is derived from the Old German word Brt (meaning 鈥渃hopped鈥?meat) as well as the more contemporary verb braten (meaning 鈥渢o fry鈥?. While some kinds of sausages are eaten poached, the Bratwurst is first poached and then always pan-fried or grilled.

  • How do you make homemade German sausage?

  • Any way you look at it, making this homemade German sausage recipe (specifcally, bratwurst) is a project鈥攁 delicious, grilled, sausage-y project, but a project nonetheless. Luckily, you can break it down into stages to make it more doable: On day one, get your spice mixture ready. On day two, grind the meat. On day three, stuff the sausages.