Cooking Prairie Horizons Wieners
From time to time, we get questions about the best way to prepare our uncured beef wieners. The wieners are easy to prepare in a number of ways on medium heat.
They are great on an outdoor grill cooked just until they are a bit charred but not so much that the casing bursts.
They cook so quickly that unless I’m grilling a package or two for a crowd, I use my fastest and most favorite method–a few minutes on a small George Foreman countertop grill. The wieners get plumped up with a little char, and I make sure to remove them from the heat before the casing bursts, as I don’t want to lose the delicious juices and flavor.
Or, you can barely cover the bottom of a stovetop pan with water. Heat until boiling, then add wieners and continue heating until all the water evaporates. At that point gently move the wieners around the pan to add the char, and remove them after they are plump but before the casing bursts.
I hope these tips are helpful in cooking Prairie Horizons wieners to perfection!
Safe temp is above 140 degrees. You don’t have to check temp if you see juices starting to bubble inside the casing. They will be plenty hot enough:)