Fully cooked sausages are a great choice for speedy weeknight dinners. Pair them with red cabbage braised in beer plus vinegar, cloves, and red currant jelly for your own mini Oktoberfest.
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Delicious! Very easy and great flavor. Served with browned & braised bratwurst and baby potatoes. 1 pot, 1 pan and a yummy dinner.
Very good and easy recipe. I used ground allspice instead of clove, but I think either would still give the flavor you want. Grilled the brats (fully cooked Bararian style - Trader Joe's) and served with buttered spaetzle and homemade applesauce. Delicious way to welcome fall!
We thought this was great. I didn't use quite that much oil, and used a different jelly, but all in all a very good Autumn recipe.
This was fantastic- we pretended we were in Austria/Germany tonight and it was right on. I always like to try a new recipe true as it's written- I did have to use grape jelly as I didn't have current jelly- but I stayed with the recipe as written. It was delicious. We used a german type sausage from Whole Foods- grilled it- and we also served roasted small red potatoes (tossed with olive oil, garlic powder, thyme). We aren't necessarily big eaters, but three of us pretty much polished it off!
Thanks for a great recipe. It will go into the rotation- really easy to make this any time of the year. And certainly a very easy weeknight dinner. (think you might have non-cabbage eaters?? go for it!)
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