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  1. #11
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    Many, many excellent recipes but can anyone advise on the best place to find a decent Bratwurst? Sainsbury’s used to have them on the shelves but stopped for some reason. I blame Brexit.........
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  2. Lidl and Aldi both have 'bratties' on sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by needsabiggerfuse View Post
    Lidl and Aldi both have 'bratties' on sale.
    I shall visit Aldi tomorrow, cheers
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by justintime129 View Post
    I put the following in.

    1 cup Tom sauce
    5 teaspoons mild curry powder
    2 teaspoons smoked paprika
    1 teaspoon onion powder
    1/8 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

    2 tablespoons water
    4 tablespoon stock
    1 teaspoon Worcester sauce

    And 1 teaspoon baking powder to take away the acidity.

    I put 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper that's why I think it was too hot. Lol

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    I might give that a try. Is that chicken stock in the recipe?
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  5. http://www.thekitchenmaus.com/homemade-currywurst/
    Full recipe details here
    Quote Originally Posted by Tedlooney View Post
    I might give that a try. Is that chicken stock in the recipe?
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by justintime129 View Post
    http://www.thekitchenmaus.com/homemade-currywurst/
    Full recipe details here

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    Cheers Justin, the pictures of currywurst on that link you gave have given me a massive currywurst craving. I'll be in either Lidl or Alfamega tomorrow getting everything I need.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Tedlooney View Post
    Cheers Justin, the pictures of currywurst on that link you gave have given me a massive currywurst craving. I'll be in either Lidl or Alfamega tomorrow getting everything I need.
    I found the cayenne pepper made it too spicy but that's my opinion. I made enough to last a few days let's see if it does last.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by justintime129 View Post
    I found the cayenne pepper made it too spicy but that's my opinion. I made enough to last a few days let's see if it does last.
    Yes, I like the "Delikat" Hela curry ketchup so.I'll go easy on the cayenne.
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    Cool

    Aldi bratties are great,they also do spicy ones,definitely worth a try! We get curry sauce by Heinz at Home Bargains,sometimes in Asda. Its like the german variety.
    We have just been to on a river cruise through Germany and Austria, so had to have them! The ship did local specialities which was great!
    Beer on board was Bitburger pils draft Second Post in Wildenrath village used to sell that!
    Last year went to Berlin,currywurst had for lunch snack mit bier!
    Also had very nice schnitzels!
    Glad we have Aldi and Lidl !
    Retired and no wish to return to work! Too busy traveling!

  10. Had Lidl bratties mit homemade currywurst sauce (less cayenne pepper this time) mit pommfrittes und Lidl brotchen last night.


    Going to look for a plastic sauce bottle and make a batch of my homemade currywurst sauce. See how long it will last before it goes off.

    Might go into business.

    My partners son in law is a regional manager for Lidl and he has a German colleague who's going back on holiday next week. He's asked him to bring a couple of bottles of Lidl curry sauce back.
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    Last edited by justintime129; 27-10-2018 at 13:36.
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