A fancy way to eat a simple dinner
I’m never not in the mood for sausage. It’s a running joke in my family! My mom will call me and ask if I want to come over for dinner and I’ll say, “Oh thanks, but-” and she’ll mention it’s sausage and I tell her I’m on my way. I’ve just always loved sausage! I guess it’s the German in me.
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I was originally going to serve Schnitzel at Disney Dinners: Snow White but my friends in Germany begged me to do something else. “Schnitzel is so twenty years ago,” they said. Sausage, however, still reigns supreme. The more authentic thing to do would have been to get awesome raw sausage, brown it, and cook in liquid but that didn’t really align with my spätzle making plans so I decided to get creative and serve a sausage flight.
This would be great for an Oktoberfest party of course or just a fun weeknight dinner! The sausages took about 5-8 minutes to cook on a grill pan on the stove. I served a traditional brat, bacon sausage, an apple gouda sausage, and a spinach and feta chicken sausage (my favorite!). Slicing them makes it extra fun for guests because they can try all the different sausages.
Without further adieu, here is the “recipe” for a sausage flight!
Herbs such as rosemary or sage for the platter
- Rinse sauerkraut and drain in a colander. Arrange on a platter.
- Chop apples and sprinkle on platter.
- Grill sausages according to package directions. Slice diagonally and arrange on top of sauerkraut. Serve with hot mustard and herbs tucked around the sides. Delicious served with jäsespätzle and sliced apples.
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