German Bratwurst-Beets-Red Cabbage


This German dish is made with Bratwurst, beetroot & Red cabbage. Bratwurst is the German sausage, which derives their name from Brat meaning finely chopped meat and Wurst or sausage. Bratwurst is generally made of pork, beef or veal.

This recipe is made with pan-fried sausages mixed with pan cooked beetroot & red cabbage with a tinge of salt & brown sugar.

Step-by-Step Easy & Quick Recipe –

Prep Time           Cook Time                Total Time                  Yields

20 mins                    20 mins                     40 mins                  3-4 Serving


Bratwurst Sausages – 8-10 pieces (lightly sliced – not thru and thru)

Red Cabbage – ½ head of a medium cabbage (thinly sliced)

Beetroot – medium 1 (peeled & coarsely grated)

Red Onion – medium 1 (chopped)

Salt per taste

Brown sugar – 1 tablespoon

Ground black pepper

Ground allspice – ¼ teaspoon

Apple cider vinegar – ½ cup

Walnuts – 8-10 (coarsely chopped and toasted)

Olive oil – 2 tablespoon


  • Heat oil in a large skillet and add bratwurst and fry till they turn brown.
  • Now heat balance oil and add onions, when they start to turn golden add beets and cabbage, add salt and ground pepper, stir well and cook for 5-6 minutes.
  • Now add brown sugar, allspice & apple cider vinegar. Mix well and cook on low heat for 20-25 minutes till the cabbage and beets are well cooked & become soft and tender.
  • Now transfer the cooked beets & red cabbage to the serving plate and place the cooked bratwurst on top along with toasted walnuts.

Note: The Bratwurst along with beets & red cabbage can served with your choice of breads. Bon Appetite!!

Happy Cooking!!

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