If you’ve ever been in the mood for a good bratwurst, you’ve probably asked yourself or someone else this question.
After all, maybe you don’t have time to cook them the traditional way, perhaps you don’t have access to a kitchen. Whatever the reason, the answer is YES! You can, in fact, microwave Johnsonville Brats.
Like hot dogs, cooking any kind of sausage is a process, so we’ll break down the steps for you so that everything is nice and safe and cooked properly.
Cooking Your Johnsonville Brats in the Microwave
You won’t be needing anything special to cook your brats other than a microwave-safe plate and some water.
The first thing to remember, though, is only to cook a few brats at a time. You want to space the brats out so that each one has a little room around them.
Place the brats on the microwave-safe dish and cover them with water. The water helps to cook them, so make sure there’s enough liquid that it won’t boil away entirely while cooking.
For added cooking, you can cover the brats with cling wrap to seal in any moisture.
Cook on high for 2 minutes. You don’t want to cook your brats for very long because they can still burn in the microwave. After two minutes, flip your brats and cook on the other side for two minutes.
Once both sides are done, cut into them and check to see that they are cooked thoroughly. Any pink, and they need to go back in for another minute. Repeat the process a few brats at a time until you’ve cooked all the brats you want.
Microwaving Johnsonville Brats - Wrapping Up
There you have it, all the steps necessary to safely and properly microwave your Johnsonville Brats. Now you can enjoy sausages any time.