Thursday, September 25, 2008

New Product Giveaway!!

I have been contacted by a gentleman representing “Country Bob’s All-Purpose Sauce” to review their product.

I had tried this sauce recently, before Al even found me, and loved it. So I decided to use the sauce in one of my own recipes and make my friends be guinea pigs. We all got together last weekend for a potluck and I brought what we have since named “Sloppy Biscuits”. Everyone was eating out on the porch and when I walked out with my own plate they all yelled at me! They were a huge hit, as I imagine anything made with this sauce will be.

It’s a very different kind of sauce, I would say it’s a lot like some steak sauces out there, but a bit sweeter. I love the zing it gives after it hits your tongue. You can use it on anything where you would normally use barbecue sauce, ketchup, or steak sauce. I intend to try out all the recipes they have posted at their website. Check out all of their other great products while you’re there too.

I decided to use this sauce in the following recipe, but I have also used it as a dipping sauce for roast beef and chicken. It’s simply yummy. I hope you love it too.

But wait! I am giving some away!

Al from “Country Bob’s” wants you to try it for free, so I will be giving away two bottles. Just leave me a comment and your email address on this post by Monday, September 29th and tell me what you would use the sauce on, and if you have tried it, let us know what YOU think.

Two winners will be chosen at random, I will contact you for your mailing address, and Al will send your sauce out in a jiffy.

Sloppy Biscuits

1 lb. ground beef, or ground turkey
1 bottle Country Bob’s All-Purpose Sauce
1 T. brown sugar
2 16.3 oz cans refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
1 c. shredded cheddar cheese

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. In a large skillet, brown the meat over medium heat; drain off any excess fat. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in “Country Bob’s All-Purpose Sauce” and the brown sugar. Grease four 6-cup muffins pans or two 12-cup muffin pans. You will be making about 21 biscuits. Divide out the biscuit dough, using ¾ of each biscuit in each cup. Push the dough into the cups and up the sides with your fingers, being sure to leave enough on the bottom to hold in the meat filling.

Divide the beef mixture among the cups, sprinkle each with cheese and bake until golden, about 10-12 minutes. Cool on a rack and serve hot.

If desired, top with sour cream, black olives, chives, shredded lettuce, or green onions.

This recipe can also be cut in half using a Texas size 6-cup muffin pan and half of the ingredients listed.



Carly said...

Mmmm, those biscuits sound great!
My hubby's a vegetarian, and that sauce sounds like it'd be delish, giving his ribs that extra-meaty flavour.

Hil'Lesha said...

I'd love to try this. :)

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