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Corie's bratwurst with apples and pears and new potatoes

Recipe from Corie Stern of Normandy Park, Wash.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Johnsonville Bratwurst (or equally delicious bratwurst!)
One small white onion
One pear
One apple (Granny Smith apples would be good)
2 tabs olive oil
3 new potatoes

In one large heavy duty casserole dish, cut the apples and pears and potatoes into large wedges.

Quarter a small white onion that has been peeled and the core of the onion removed.

Generously put olive oil in the casserole dish.

Par boil on low the bratwurst for about 10 minutes till thoroughly cooked and then drain the brat's of the water.

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.

Add the onions, apples, pears, new potatoes and bratwurst.

Mix with hands to coat all ingredients with the olive oil prior to putting in the oven for about 375 degrees.

Check the bratwurst in about 12 minutes and stir with a wooden spoon to evenly brown.


Servings: 3-4 servings

Comments: Excellent with your favorite mustard and crisp green salad of your liking!

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