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Picking Great German Sausages

Picking Great German Sausages

Bruce Aidells shows you several types of German sausage. Learn about the different types and the best ways to use them in your cooking.

Here are three websites for buying wurst: All German style sausages (wursts) are fully cooked and keep in the original package for up to about a week. To cook bring a pot of boiling water to a boil, add wursts and return to a boil. Shut off heat and let heat for 10 minutes and serve. They can also be grilled on a medium hot fire turning them frequently.

Some of my favorite flavors of wursts are:

  • frankfurter
  • Knackwurst
  • bratwurst
  • bockwurst
  • smoke bratwurst
  • Nurenburger

Great German Dishes

Other segments featured on this episode of Good Cookin' With Bruce Aidells:

Braised Sauerkraut and Cabbage
Braised Sauerkraut and Cabbage
Bruce Aidells shares the key to making a really flavorful braised sauerkraut and cabbage.
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Mustard Seed Coated Oven-Roasted Potatoes
Mustard Seed Coated Oven-Roasted Potatoes
Bruce Aidells shares a recipe for mustard seed coated oven-roasted potatoes.
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Oak Crusted Pork Schnitzel
Oak Crusted Pork Schnitzel
Chef Ryan Scott makes oak crusted pork schnitzel with caramelized cabbage, sweet corn, heirloom tomatoes and brown butter. It's easier to make than you might think.
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Orange Chocolate Angel Food Cake
Orange Chocolate Angel Food Cake
Nell Newman shares her dad's favorite orange chocolate angel food cake -- a delicious low-fat dessert.
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