Want to know where to get the special Oktoberfest Brisbane sausages, perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner? They’re from Götzinger of course!
Götzinger, which boasts over 120 years experience, spanning generations, is an integral Festival Partner and can be found all year round in their Götzinger smallgoods kitchen located in Yatala. This family run enterprise is known for consistently producing the finest quality European smallgoods in Queensland and prides itself on its heritage. They source their fresh produce and ingredients from many parts of the globe, to give their customers a true continental experience.
With its beginnings in Austria, the craft has been handed down from family to family, consistently producing the highest quality smallgoods that has become a hallmark for the Götzinger name.
Götzinger Smallgoods has now expanded into the retail sector with a wide range of gourmet pre-pack smallgoods available at Woolworths, selected IGAs and various food shows across the country. Their exclusive product range includes the legendary Dutch roast pork, cheese kransky, and their award winning sausages, along with many other gourmet specialties. We believe their range of continental smallgoods to be the finest in the land.
Antony van der Drift, head of Götzinger Smallgoods, wants to Willkommen you to Oktoberfest Brisbane early this year with one of his favourite German meals – The Bratwurst Sandwich. Guten Appetit! To see other great recipes from Götzinger and to view their amazing new website, click here.
To view last year’s Oktoberfest Brisbane menu click here.
The Bratwurst Sandwich
400g packet Götzinger German Bratwurst
1 tablespoon light olive oil
2 large brown onions, sliced
¼ cup grain mustard
½ cup Thousand Island dressing
1 large French bread stick
200g Sauerkraut strained
12 slices Swiss cheese
- In a non-stick fry pan, heat oil on low and cook the sliced onions until soft and golden in colour. Remove to a small bowl and fold in the grain mustard.
- Heat and brown well the Götzinger German Bratwurst in an oiled pan or on a BBQ grill. Once cool enough to handle, slice the German Bratwurst diagonally into 1cm pieces.
- Preheat oven to 180C.
- Slice the bread stick length ways, and place open on a non-stick baking tray. Spread the Thousand Island dressing to both sides of the breadstick. Place half of the Swiss cheese slices on the bottom of the bread stick followed by the onion mixture, Götzinger German Bratwurst slices, Sauerkraut and top with the remaining Swiss cheese slices. Place the top half of the bread stick on to complete the sandwich, and bake for 10-15 mins until the cheese has melted and the bread is crunchy on top.
- Cut into 4 and serve.