A simple German feast that can easily be assembled and will feed a crowd! Three types of cheese are featured; two are imported from Germany and one is a Boarâ€™s Head brand. The ButterkÃ¤se is a semi soft mild cheese and the Cambozola is a very creamy mild type of blue cheese. If these are not available, choose the cheeses to your liking. If you prefer to use cooked sausage, please feel free to substitute it, just warm in the oven and slice before adding to the platter. For another version of a German platter that has similar ingredients see German Fondue Platter.
1 lb. of uncooked Bratwurst sausage
1 lb. of uncooked Polish Kielbasa sausage
3 bottles of beer â€“ Oktoberfest or an amber beer
1 package of BauerÂ® brand ButterkÃ¤se semi-soft cheese
1 package of German Cambozola soft ripened cheese
1 package of Boarâ€™s Head brand Smoked ButterkÃ¤se cheese
Snyderâ€™sÂ® of Hanover Pretzel Rods or your favorite brand
1 package of frozen Super Pretzel brand pretzels or your favorite brand
1 package of bread sticks (try ChÃ§bÃ§Â® brand bread sticks tossed with olive oil and kosher salt â€“ they are also gluten, wheat and yeast free)
DÃ¼sseldorf Style Mustard
Schaller & Weber Bavarian-Style Sweet & Spicey Mustard
Schaller & Weber DÃ¼sseldorf-Style Horseradish Mustard
In a large pot add beer and sausage and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium and cook uncovered for 30 minutes. Cut on a diagonal after cooked. Cook pretzels and bread sticks according to package instructions. Assemble platter bay adding mustard to small condiment bowls, and arrange the sausage, cheese, pretzels and mustard on the platter. Serve and enjoy!
Try Paulaner Oktoberfest MÃ¤rzen German Amber, Hacker-Pschorr Original Oktoberfest Amber MÃ¤rzenÂ (Germany), Saint ArnoldÂ® OktoberfestÂ (Houston, TX), Samuel AdamsÂ® Octoberfest (Boston MA) , Selbach-Oster Zeltinger Himmelreich Riesling Kabinett HalbtrockenÂ (Germany) or Weingut Joh. Haart Piesporter GoldtrÃ¶pfchen Riesling (Germany).
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