You run to the fridge or pantry to grab some BBQ sauce for your latest creation and realize you are out… you check the hours at You Need a BBQ and realize we are about to close, and you just don’t have time to make it here in time. Let’s open the fridge and pantry and see if we can throw together something that tastes good. This recipe below is based on a few simple pantry staples that when mixed, tastes like BBQ sauce! Feel free to make edits and add what you have, items like white sugar or molasses can be subbed for brown sugar; or maybe you sub fish sauce or honey garlic sauce for the Worcester or ketchup, either way use a spoon to taste it as you go. Let us know if you come up with something great
Deviled eggs are a tasty traditional holiday appetizer. Today we are going to take a traditional dish and add a smoky element to it and use some unique BBQ spices to enhance the flavour.
I had to create a new recipe for the world bacon championships, so I invented this recipe. Lots of recipes on the internet are not new, they are just copying of other people’s recipes with a small change, but this one is all mine. So, if you do it, please tag #youneedabbq so we can see your amazing creation. Our thought behind this dish was that a gooey cheesy quiche is amazing, but if you put a cheese sauce in the middle of a quiche, it will just incorporate with the egg and end up an eggy gel like the rest of it, we wanted leaky cheese, so we figured out how…. Think Lava cake for breakfast.
Scotch eggs in their traditional presentation are breaded and deep fried, so this is not “really a scotch egg”, but you know what, it might even be better. This recipe will get you a perfectly cooked runny egg, coated in delicious smoked sausage. These eggs are best served with a cup of steamed rice or some bread to help soak up the runny egg after you break into it.
Here is our take on a classic smoked Queso dip, inspired by our good friends at Meat Church. Today we are using Meat Church holy Voodoo seasoning however you may substitute Holy cow or any other good seasoning. The use of Holy Voodoo gives the dip a nice extra kick. Meat Church uses a product called Rotel as the tomato component, however today I substituted Fire Roasted Salsa and the results are spectacular. This cheesy dip is a easy to prepare and will wow your guests.
If you have ever been to a classic steak house, you will often see creamed spinach on the menu. If you have never tried it, I suggest you do. Here is my version with the addition of White Lightning double Garlic Butter.