Aldi-licious: Brats and Mash

Heather joins us with another post in her series Aldi-licious here at Simply Frugal Living. Heather’s recipes feature ingredients purchased exclusively from Aldi!

 

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Brats and Mash

 

Deep in the middle of winter, comfort food is what we all want. This easy recipe cooks up quickly into a lovely dinner that is perfect for a cozy evening at home, and is easily doubled or tripled (just make sure your pan is big enough before you begin!). Serve this dish with a salad, or steamed green beans.

 

1 package of Stadium Brats (6 in a package)

2 small or medium onions, sliced or cut into wedges

canola oil

1/2 cup red or white wine or apple juice

1 Tbsp. Spicy Brown Mustard or Deli Mustard

 

potatoes, for making mashed potatoes

 

Peel your potatoes and put them in a pan to boil for mashed potatoes. While they are cooking, heat a tablespoon or two of oil in a skillet and begin to saute your onions. Throw in the brats to brown while your onions are cooking. You may need to add a bit more oil to the pan, or adjust your heat, to keep the onions cooking but not burning. Cook for about 10-15 minutes until the onions are translucent and browning nicely and your brats seem to be heated through.

 

Add the wine or apple juice and simmer for 1-2 minutes then stir in the mustard, which will thicken the sauce a bit. Keep warm until your potatoes are cooked and mashed and you are ready to serve up. Serves 3-4.

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Heather is a wife and mother living in the American Midwest. She is a Christian who delights in enjoying God’s beautiful creation, cooking, reading, writing, knitting, and a myriad of other handcrafts. Blackberry Rambles is her place for beauty and inspiration and for recording the normal, everyday things that happen in the life of her family.



Comments

  1. Wow! That looks tasty! That is definitely making it into a weekday meal!

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