As more and more people become interested in high-quality, and delicious food, they are turning to Wagyu beef. What makes our Wagyu beef at Fellers Ranch® so special is its intense signature flavor, tenderness, and juiciness. It's no surprise that Wagyu is becoming increasingly popular in America, which is why we wanted to bring Wagyu bratwursts to the spotlight. In this article, we will explain what our Wagyu bratwursts are, how we make them using only 100% Wagyu beef, and give best practices for grilling these game-changing brats!
What is Wagyu anyway? Is Wagyu Beef Healthy?
Wagyu beef comes from a special breed of Japanese cattle that are known for high quality marbling and intense flavor. On top of having Wagyu genetics; our cattle are also fed a special diet and are raised in a stress-free environment. Our farming methods result in meat that is incredibly tender and juicy. Wagyu beef has a higher percentage of fat than other types of beef, which means more marbling, juiciness, and tenderness throughout the whole cow.
The fat in Wagyu beef contains a high percentage of monounsaturated, which is the same type of fat found in olive oil. This type of fat is much more beneficial for heart health and is known to help lower cholesterol levels. Wagyu beef is also a good source of protein and essential nutrients, like omega-3 and 6; making it a perfect addition to any meat-lovers diet.
What are Fellers Ranch® Wagyu bratwursts?
The first (and most important) step to creating our signature bratwurst is starting with finely chopped 100% Wagyu beef. We then mix the Wagyu with a special blend of herbs and spices. Our blend of Wagyu beef and seasonings then goes into our ethically sourced Wagyu casing to give every bite a delicious snap; creating the perfect bratwurst experience. Have faith in knowing all of Fellers Ranch® beef is sourced ethically and professionally butchered by locals we trust, making our bratwursts that much better for anyone food-conscious.
How to cook Fellers Ranch® Wagyu Beef Bratwursts:
When grilling Fellers Ranch® Wagyu beef bratwursts, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, be sure to preheat the grill before cooking. This will help to prevent the meat from sticking to the grill and ensure that everything cooks evenly. Second, be careful not to overcook the bratwurst, or flavors and tenderness will be lost. Wagyu beef is best cooked medium-rare to medium, so only cook the bratwurst for 3-5 minutes per side, or until it reaches the desired level of doneness. Finally, let the bratwurst rest for a few minutes before serving. This will allow the juices to redistribute, resulting in a juicier and more flavorful bratwurst.
Everyone deserves delicious, healthy, and easy food. Try us out today and see what makes our brats so special!