1 hour 15 minutes Buy the Cookbook: Simply Scratch : 120 Wholesome Homemade Recipes Made Easy Now available on Amazon » Ingredients Giving you a chance to get the burgers, dogs, corn on the cob... whatever it is, out of the way. In a disposable lasagna pan, break apart the onion rings and layer them in the bottom of the pan. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Before serving they take quick trip to the grill for that kiss-of-char flavor and color. Learn how your comment data is processed. Hey there! Or enough beer so the brats have something to sink into. I saved this for the Fouth of July weekend and the brats were so delicious! I’m pretty firm with what I like on my brats. Required fields are marked *. So the other day, I grabbed a pack of brat out of the fridge for a last-minute dinner and decided I wanted to try them in the oven and I am SOOO glad that I did. Cooking brats in the oven is SO easy and a great way to have dinner on the table in a flash! CLICK HERE for details and THANK YOU in advance! See ideas in post! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Cooking the brats in the oven does free up quite a lot of space on the grill. That’s how I like it. We obviously go the hamburger, hot dog, brat route with pasta and potato salads and a plethora of potato chips. FOR SERVING: Typical Laurie. As the onions cook and reduce the brats will sink further into the beer. Use oven mitts to carefully slide the baking pan out of the oven. Cover the pan tightly with heavy duty aluminum foil.Place on the middle rack of your preheated oven and cook for 30 minutes. Last year we hosted a party with our closest friends and their kids (ages ranging from 1 to 14). Pour four 12-ounce bottles (room temperature) over the brats and onions. Transfer the grilled brats back to the warm beer liquids to keep warm while serving.Serve with the beer-soaked onions, sauerkraut, mustard, jalapenos or anything your heart desires. Mustard (hold the ketchup), extra onion and pickled jalapenos please and thank you. 4 (12 ounces each) bottles of lager Top with your favorite toppings. Prep Time Place the brats on the onions, pour in the beer and nestle the brats into the liquids so half is submerged into the beer. Cover the pan tightly with heavy duty aluminum foil. Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Cooking the brats in your oven does free up quite a lot of space on the grill. Learn how your comment data is processed. Are you ready to add simplicity to your busy life? At this point I will grill these brats for only a few minutes a side, just to get the skin crisped and some much needed color on them. Required fields are marked *. However, I tend to keep brats in the freezer, like these beer brats, below, from Walmart for those unexpected group dinners or when we need something quick and easy. YUM! For the full recipe ingredients and instructions, you’ll find the free printable recipe card at the bottom of this post. Over the past few years I’ve been on a mission to find and create recipes that I can make from scratch. Just eyeball it. When time is up, flip and slip the uncovered pan back into the oven for 30 more minutes or until the brats are fully cooked. So delicious! I’m going to have a hard time passing up plain ole mustard on a brat. See ideas below! Broil the brats for one minute if desired to give it more of a “crisp” outer layer! These look great! Hi Julie! But when it’s raining or there’s 10 ft. of snow on the ground, this gal’s not going outside to use the grill. 4 large cloves of garlic, minced Add the brats. Not this year. I am on the tippy top of my grilling game. Your email address will not be published. Normally my mind is preoccupied with the end of the softball season and school year biz that I don’t even have my head wrapped around the fact that Memorial Day is coming at me until, literally, two days before. Thank you, Laurie, for sharing this recipe with the world! Next weekend we’re having your chicken sausage skewers. In one of those disposable aluminum pans; I break apart the onion rings and layer them on top of each other and then sprinkle on the minced garlic…. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. It gives me (or Pat) a chance to get the burgers, dogs, corn on the cob… whatever it is, out of the way. When time is up, flip and slip the uncovered pan back into the oven for 30 more minutes or until the brats are fully cooked.\n\nGrill the brats for 2 to 3 minutes a side or until the skin is crispy and has good color. Your email address will not be published. After the brats braise in beer, onions and garlic; I take them on a quick trip to the grill for that kiss-of-char flavor and color. Free up grill space with these oven braised beer brats. Place on the middle rack of your preheated oven and cook for 30 minutes. With Memorial Day weekend fast approaching, I was thinking you may be planning and strategizing your party menu. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.In a disposable lasagna pan, break apart the onion rings and layer them in the bottom of the pan.Sprinkle the garlic over top and drizzle with olive oil.Place the brats on the onions, pour in the beer and nestle the brats into the liquids so half is submerged into the beer. Plus, sometimes I just don’t feel like using the grill and the oven sounds like a better idea. (I am sad my store was sold-out of cheddar brats, next time!) Hi Laurie, this sounds great! Sprinkle the garlic over top and drizzle with olive oil. Cook Time © Laurie McNamara Giving you a chance to get the burgers, dogs, corn on the cob... whatever it is, out of the way. After the brats braise in beer, onions and garlic; I take them on a quick trip to the grill for that kiss-of-char flavor and color. Make me choose between hot dog or brat and I’ll go for the brat every.single.time. Sprinkle the garlic over top and drizzle with olive oil. It was nice and relaxing, we took our boat out on the lake and (of course) we ate allthefood. THANK YOU in advance for your support! Tips for how long to cook, what to serve with them and more! Category: barbecue.