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Rabb
06-24-2009, 12:23 PM
Looks kinda yummy (link for pics, but the whole thing is quoted)

http://www.tailgate365.com/myblog/johnsonville-bratwurst-patties-recipe-.html

It was just recently I found out about Johnsonville Bratwurst Patties and knew I had to try these.

Tonight I finally got a chance to slap these bad boys on the grill to see how they tasted (like there was any bit of doubt). It hit me as the grill was warming up that I should really give these beauties the sandwich they deserved so I trekked back to the fridge to see how I could make this even better. Lucky for me (and not for my arteries), I found some smoked gouda from a recent gathering and smoked sausage (always on hand) in the drawer.

(Side note-I did try the patties on their own and seriously have to wonder why these weren't invented sooner).

I needed some sort of spread for the wheat buns so back to the fridge for condiment recon. The first thing that caught my eye was the bottle of chipotle hot sauce that gets used like ketchup around here. Mix that with some mayo and you have yourself a nice spicy spread (add hot sauce to taste but be careful if you don't like a lot of heat).

Smother both buns with the mayo and layer the cheese between the different meats. Let it sit for a few minutes and the cheese will melt over the sandwich.

Los Broncos
06-25-2009, 01:57 AM
Will try these out this season, looks ****ing good.

ksBRONCOfan
08-05-2009, 07:52 PM
What's even better is to make your own patties. Just cut off and remove the skin and form the brats into patties. This allows you to make a nice fat pattie.

Arkansas Bronco
08-24-2009, 05:28 PM
If ya have a good butcher anywhere close you can probably get better bratz at far better pricing. Sorry for going a bit off topic but just sharing ideas.

Rabb
02-09-2012, 12:16 PM
I went back to look at this, that link no workie anymore but here is a new one

http://www.tailgate365.com/2009/06/johnsonville-brat-patties-yeah-theyre-pretty-good-2/