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Brat Wraps

Brat Wraps recipe
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Something old, something new...simmering the bratwurst in beer first gives them an authentic flavor, and wrapping the bratwurst in a flour tortilla is a new twist!
30 min
30 min
4 servings
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Great summertime recipe! I get hungry just thinking about it again!!
This recipe was fun to try because I've always want to cook "Brats" in beer...and it definitely cut down on the grilling time. After tasting it, however, I don't think I would do it again. I loved the onions and A1 combo, but will stick to a traditional "Brat" on a bun.
My husband and I loved this!!
I plan on making this recipe next month when I pick up some different ingredients that I plan on exchanging in the recipe. I plan on changing the onions to McCormick Garlic Salt w/Parsley Flakes due to the fact that we do not like onions. I plan on changing the Beer to Beef Broth due to the fact that we do not drink and do not like the smell or taste of Beer. We figure that the recipe probably will taste a little different but should turn out the same. The recipe as it stands sounds wonderful anyway. I know with the changes that I am making it will become our new family recipe. I will do as some of the suggestions stated about the tortillas and warm them in the oven for about 1 or 2 minutes with the cheese because I do not have a microwave or toaster oven. I will then put it all together and serve it.
I'll confess that I only ate brats once before trying this recipe, on a variety plate at a German restaurant. I didn't like it at all, and didn't finish it. However, seeing the great reviews this recipe got on the Food & Family website, I tried it. I used one person's suggestion of warming the tortillas a bit in the microwave, to make them fold better and to make the cheese melt. My family and I LOVED these, and we'll make this again!
I made modifications to suit our tastes but the concept of using a tortilla rather than a bun is great.
My sons made this, but said they didn't use much A1 sauce and all we had to use as meat and cheese were nacho cheese and chicken franks. They love it, and when I'm in the mood for something hearty, this is on the list.
Everyone loved these on Memorial Day, they were the most eaten item I made. I will try them without the A1 sauce next time I thought that the A1 dominated the other flavors and the carmelized onions alone are delicious.
I rarely cook brats but my huisband found the recipe and asked me to try it. Next time I'll try it without the cheese and less A1 sauce. Be careful not to over warm the tortillas.
I used a spicy bratwurst and a cheese blend. it was easy to make and even the picky eaters asked for more.
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