There’s a special party guest that must show up every tailgate and Oktoberfest – sausage.
Luckily, if you’re looking to invite only the most delicious to your event, we’ve got sausages made in-house with standards and varieties you won’t find anywhere else.
It sounds easy enough to cook a sausage but anyone who has been served a sausage that is overcooked, burnt on the outside while raw in the middle or one that split while cooking might disagree.
The key to great-tasting sausages is this: simmer them in beer or water until partially cooked and then finish in the oven or on the grill or stovetop.
After simmering, choose on of these cooking methods:
Grill. 6-8 minutes is all they need!
Stovetop. Split sausages lengthwise down the middle to crisp up both sides.
Oven. Split and arrange on a baking sheet alongside your favorite seasonal veggies.
Serve & Pair
With sausage, serving options are endless. Here are a few suggestions:
The Purist. A bun is all you need
The Traditionalist. Sauerkraut, brown mustard and chopped or grilled onions
The Progressive. Pickled chiles or chutney
Make it a complete meal. One-Dish Roasted Brats with Apples and Butternut Squash or Sausage and Quinoa One-Pot Supper are family and friend pleasers.
Leftovers? Serve sliced with your morning eggs, add to salads, beans or mac ‘n’ cheese
Cheers! Make a match with German pilsners or hard ciders