Smokin Brats and Burgers

These are two recipes that a lot of people have been requesting. Enjoy.

Brats

Items Needed:

-Brats

-Smokin Brothers Adam’s Apple Barbeque Sauce

-Foil Pan with Lid

-Foil

Steps to Take:

1 – Set Grill at 225 degrees.

2 – Take each individual brat and squeeze it to mix up the pork and sausage mixture inside the casing.

3 – Using a fork, poke several holes on each side of the brats. This allows the grease to cook out of the brat and keeps the skin of the brat moist.

4 – Place the brats directly on the grill leaving a small space between each brat to allow the air flow to circulate around the brats.

5 – Grill the brats at 225 degrees for 40 minutes.

6 – After 40 minutes, coat the bottom of a foil pan with Adam’s Apple Bar-b-que Sauce. Place the brats in the foil pan and pour a small amount of Adam’s Apple Bar-b-que Sauce over the brats.

7 – Seal the foil pan with a foil lid or a piece of foil.

8 – Set the pan inside of the grill.

If grill marks are desired on the brats, place the brats covered in Adam’s Apple Bar-b-que Sauce directly on the grill without the foil pan.

9 – Increase the grill temperature to 325 degrees and grill for 15 minutes.

The AUG button on the grill can be pressed to accelerate the heat. The ACC lite will be flashing. Once the temperature gets close to the desired 325 degrees, press the AUG button to turn off the accelerated heat feature.

10 – After 15 minutes, remove the brats from the grill. Internal temperature should be 170 degrees.

Burgers

Items Needed:

-½ inch thick hamburger patties

-Smokin Brothers Butt The Kitchen Sink Seasoning

-Smokin Brothers Adam’s Apple Barbeque Sauce, Ryan’s Ragins Sauce or Craig’s Original Hickory Sauce

-Salt, Pepper, Garlic optional

-Favorite Buns & Condiments

Steps to Take:

1 – Set Grill at 225 degrees.

2 – Make your burgers into ½ inch thick round patties.

3 – Sprinkle Butt The Kitchen Sink seasoning generously on both sides of the hamburger patties.

Salt, pepper and garlic can also be used as an alternative seasoning

4 – Place the burgers directly on the grill leaving a small space between each burger to allow the air flow to circulate around the burgers.

5 – Cook for 1 full hour.

6 – After 1 hour, move the cooked burgers close together and sauce with your choice of Adam’s Apple Bar-b-que Sauce, Ryan’s Ragins, or Craig’s Original Hickory.

7 – Flip each burger and apply another coat of sauce. Separate the burgers again leaving a small space between each burger.

8 – Close the lid and turn the grill up to 325 degrees for approximately 15 minutes to allow the sauce to caramelize on the burgers.

The AUG button on the grill can be pressed to accelerate the heat. The ACC light will be flashing. Once the temperature gets close to the desire 325 degrees, press the AUG button to turn off the accelerated heat feature.

9 – Remove the burgers from grill.

10 – Serve on your favorite bun and with your favorite condiments.