This trio just might be the end of the world as we know it. Spoon stripes of horseradish-based wasabi, hot horseradish and horseradish mustard on your brat, make peace with your god, and dive in.
This is 3 out of 10 of my entries in the Johnsonville Brattender 2012 Brat Cocktail contest.
If you’ve ever had apricot-glazed ham, you’ll know this one’s going to scandalize your taste buds. After bunning your brat, add equal parts apricot preserves and mild deli mustard. Criminally good.
This is 2 out of 10 of my entries in the Johnsonville Brattender 2012 Brat Cocktail contest.
Note: This combo worked, but next time I’ll keep it ultra-simple and just top with the apricot preserves. Because apricots+piggy=heaven.
Mexico by way of North Dakota. Lightly grill a tortilla and roll a brat in it along with some hand-ripped leafy lettuce, enchilada sauce, hot sauce, sour cream and dry cottage cheese curds. Bueno, eh?
This is 1 out of 10 of my entries in the Johnsonville Brattender 2012 Brat Cocktail contest.
Note: Be careful of the type of brat you use with this combination — I first tried this with one that tasted like those little breakfast sausages and the flavors got a little funky.