Here are some recipes that can be used with the Dancing Pigs Bar-B-Q Sauce or Dry Seasoning:
Seasoned Baked Chicken
2 lbs. Chicken Wings or Chicken Breasts
Salt (season to your satisfaction)
Pepper (season to your satisfaction)
1 Large Onion (sliced)
2 cups of cold water
Place all seasoned chicken in a pot. Cover with a sliced onion. Add Water.
Bake in a 325 degree oven until tender. Heavily sprinkle Dancing Pigs Dry Seasoning on your meat.
This recipe was featured on www.foodnetwork.com for the Bobby Flay Show on Bar-B-Q Specialties, which aired Summer 2004.
Cook Pasta for 15 minutes & drain. Rinse in cold water & drain.
Meanwhile in a Large Skillet, add:
1 cup of chopped onions
¾ cup of chopped green peppers
1 pint of Dancing Pigs Original Bar-B-Q Sauce
1 cup of sugar
2 tablespoons of Liquid Smoke
½ cup of cooking oil
A dash of salt
Stir Occasionally. Cook for 30 minutes slowly. Pour Bar-B-Q Base Sauce over Pasta & stir.
Dice up Pork Shoulder with each serving to put on top.
Serves 6 to 8.
The Bar-B-Q Shop’s Short Ribs of Beef with Dancing Pigs Original Bar-B-Que Sauce
3lbs of Short Ribs of Beef
Salt (season to your taste)
Black Pepper (season to your taste)
1 Cup of Dancing Pigs Original Bar-B-Que Sauce
1 Cup of Water
Brown short ribs of beef in a oven at 400 degrees for 15 minutes on both sides.
Mix 1 Cup of Dancing Pigs Original Bar-B-Que Sauce with 1 Cup of Water.
Pour over browned ribs.
Cover with aluminum foil.
Cook until tender in a oven at 325 degrees.