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Turkey Brautwurst

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Get a package of turkey brauts from your local grocery store or meat market.

Remove each link and rinse in cool water. Pat dry and then using a fork puncture the skin of the brat twice on all four sides.

Turkey Brautwurst still in package

Place the brauts into a large bowl and cover with beer. Your choice of what kind or brand of beer to use. However, I suggest staying away from wheat beers on this one. Often they will leave a slight citrus flavor that’s not so great.

Allow the links to soak for an hour or more.

The beer will soak into the brauts to add flavor.

While these are busy in their beer bath you’ll want to get the EGG going. Set-up for direct heat cooking around 425 degrees.

Once the brauts are done soaking and EGG is at the correct tempature you can throw the links on the grill.

Some of the turkey meat will expand out as the links cook.

Cook for about 10-15 minutes turning as needed for equal cooking on all side.

Almost done!

Once the brauts are done remove from the EGG and wrap in aluminum foil for 5 minutes. Then serve on hot dog buns or alone with mustard and saurkraut. Enjoy!

Ready to eat!