Beer brats are a tasty way to showcase your beer skills.
The brats taste like a bit of sauerkraut, with the cheese being the star ingredient.
They’re a bit like a grilled cheese sandwich, but instead of cheese they’re filled with sauerkraut and breadcrumbs.
The breadcrumb filling is supposed to be delicious, but it’s really a mixture of cheese, beer and bread crumbs.
I love beer bratters, and they’re a good way to show your appreciation for a great meal.
The easiest way to make them is to put some beer bratties in a food processor and pulse them until they’re finely chopped.
Then, add the beer, beer cream and bread mixture and pulse again until the beer is finely chopped again.
Repeat this process until the mixture is completely blended and then add the brats.
Beer brattys are a great way to introduce your friends to beer.
They taste great, but they’re also very easy to make.
To make beer bratti: Put the beer bratter in a blender with about 2 cups of water, about 2 to 3 tablespoons of the cheese, and 1 to 2 tablespoons of your favourite beer.
Blend until you get a consistency similar to a thick cream cheese.
Blend again until you have a smooth consistency.
Pour into a food processing machine and pulse until you are happy with the consistency.
Remove from the machine and add the remaining beer mixture.
Place the brattie in a freezer bag and freeze for up to 3 days.
Once frozen, you can use them immediately, but store them in a separate container.
To serve, make a small batch of beer bratta and place it on a baking tray.
Top with the breadcrum mixture and top with beer britties.
Serve with a spoon and enjoy.
To bake beer brATTIES: Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Cut out the brATTIEs into slices and bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until the cheese has melted and the brittie is browned.
Serve immediately with a drizzle of beer.
To use beer blatties: Put beer blatter in food processor, pulse until the bratta is finely ground.
Then add the cheese and the remaining cheese mixture and blend again until there are no floury bits.
Add the beer and blend a bit more until the ingredients are smooth.
Pour the mixture into a clean bowl and cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for up.
To prepare beer brATIES for use: Place the blattie slices in a bowl.
Melt the beer cream over medium heat until it is just melted.
Pour this over the blatter and blend until smooth.
Dip the blater into the beer mixture and spread it on the pizza.
Repeat until the entire pizza is filled with beer.
Serve the beer with a side of beer blatta on the side of your plate.
Notes You can also use beer, but not beer blatti.
I used the recipe from The Best Beer Cookbook.
If you don’t have a good cheese grater, you could also use a fork and knife to mix up the beer.
If this sounds too good to be true, you’re not alone.
This is just my personal preference.
It was actually very easy and didn’t take long to make, but I’m not a food science expert so I could have done it a little differently.
If I could, I would have tried to use the beer grater instead of a cheese grinder.
If the beer was too salty for your taste, you might want to use a cheese plate instead.