Touchdown Brat Sliders
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 50 min.
Followed the recipe right down to the chips... it was fairly well received by guests... but I didn’t care for it. I think it was the Cream Cheese that I didn’t care for. I searched other recipes and settled on this one. I might try one of the others next time...
Made these for Super Bowl and they were a big hit!
Why do people try these recipes when they always change them, when you use another item instead of what the recipe calls for it is not the same recipe. Get a grip.
As a rule, I always bake or grill sausage; I never cook it on the stove. I used polish sausage because it's what I had (I pulled the casing off after cooking). Also, instead of cooking my own bacon, I bought the prepackaged Hormel "Real Bacon" that is already crumbled.My steps were:1. Bake sausage, remove casing, and cut into slices.2. Cook onion in a little canola oil. Once it starts to get translucent, add the garlic.3. Add back in the sausage, cream cheese, dark beer, mustard, and pepper.I then followed the rest of the steps in the recipe.The dark beer that you use WILL change the flavor of the recipe. We used Guinness, and it tasted good, but just a tad bitter. I may try a different beer next time.We served these on King's Hawaiian rolls, and the sweetness of the rolls paired perfectly with this. We didn't use the chips, just topped it with some shredded cheddar.
Made as directed. We live in Wisconsin and brats are a way of life. This one was just so-so.
My family absolutely loved this! I made it exactly by the recipe except I toated the slider buns on both sides. A definite hit ... even better the second time around!
Made these for Superbowl last night for our residents and they loved them, great recipe!!!
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Very yummy, my family loved it. I would make it again but next time I will try it with ground beef.