02 Apr Texas Tip: Create Zesty Deliciousness from Bottled BBQ Sauce
This one should have been a no-brainer, considering how my entire family is hopelessly and happily addicted to all Texas Pepper Jelly products, but we grilled out tonight and did a little experimenting.
Plain old generic store-brand BBQ sauce is ok, but not spectacular. However, mix the Texas Pepper Jelly flavor of your choice with it and you’re not just eating BBQ ribs; you’re feasting on the nectar of the gods.
We only had three jars of pepper jelly left in the pantry, and we used all three of them. Kroger-brand barbecue sauce has never known such ecstasy before.
And, as always when Texas Pepper Jelly is part of the recipe, there were no leftovers.