Brats With Beer Gravy -- Man Fuel

“A simple, yet delicious meal that you cannot get enough of. Ladies, if your man doesn't inhale this, then next time make him quiche. The beer gravy in the pictures is made with Guiness Extra Stout. That is why it looks so dark. You can make this with any style beer, its all good.”
READY IN:
25mins
SERVES:
5
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Cook Brats over medium heat. Pierce casings all over with pointed end of knife or use fork. This will allow the fat to drip out into pan and prevent sausages from bursting. Brown on all sides until no pink shows on inside. Remove from pan and set aside.
  2. To make gravy: Take a container with a sealable lid (like tupperware) and pour the beer into it. Add Italian seasoning, beef boullion, pepper and cornstarch. Place lid on tight and shake to blend ingredients. Open lid between shakes to relieve the gas pressure from the beer or you'll have a big mess to clean up.
  3. Pour beer mixture into pan drippings. Turn up heat to medium high. Stir using a wire whisk, loosening bits from bottom of pan. Gravy is done when you see it bubbling.
  4. Too thick? Add more beer. Too thin? Add more beer mixed with a little cornstarch. Do not add dry cornstarch directly to hot gravy. You will get lumps.
  5. Serve with mashed potatoes and a green veggie.

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