A year round sauce you can BBQ, Bake or Dip it! The “Sweet and Hot” taste is delicious with any meat. Awesome with Hors d’oeuvers! Add it to your beans or meatloaf. Glaze a ham, stir-fry it in your vegetables, take it camping, and excellent with game meats. You will soon find the Cookin’ Seasoning will take the “first place” spot in your spice cabinet.
Fall Off The Bone BBQ Ribs
Sprinkle ribs generously with J. Lee Roy’s Cookin’Seasoning. Barbeque ribs for 1-1 ½ hours. Remove and lay flat in foil or in a flat pan. Pour J. Lee Roy’s Dippin’ Sauce over ribs. Wrap in foil or cover the pan. Slow bake in oven or BBQ until desired tenderness is reached. They will be the “Best in the West.”
Diamond Lil's Western Beans
Another great "Best in the West" recipe. Serves 12 or more.
- 1 lb ground beef and ½ lb of sausage
Add 2 tsp of Cookin’ Seasoning. Sauté with 1 bunch chopped green onions, 1 large chopped onion, 4 cloves chopped garlic, handful of chopped parsley. Add ½ lb can diced tomatoes and 1 large can (gallon size) Western Spice beans. Add 15 oz of Dippin’ Sauce. Heat until hot and bubbly.
J. Lee Roy's Special White Pasta
This pasta dish is J. Lee Roy's most requested recipe. Makes 6 servings.
Sauté in a fry pan:
- ½ cup olive oil or butter
- ½ cup chopped parsley
- 1 chopped yellow onion
- 6 chopped green onions
- 3 chopped garlic cloves
- 2 tsp Cookin’ Seasoning
- (Optional: 1 cup sliced mushrooms)
Sauté until soft, about 10 minutes. Add sauce to cooked spaghetti, rigatoni, or mostaccioli, top with shredded Jack cheese. Other serving options include: adding sliced vegetables or meats.
“Cook-Off Special” Tri-Tip Sandwiches:
Split 6-inch sourdough rolls. Dip insides of roll in Au-juice or beef broth. Pour Dippin’ Sauce on roll over Au-juice. Add tri-tip slices and grilled onions.
For a cold sandwich: Split rolls. Add mustard on one side. Dippin’ Sauce on the other side. Top with meat slices, red onion slices and shredded lettuce.
Terrific Tuna Sandwich Stretcher:
- 1 can tuna, drained
- 1 tsp Cookin’ Seasoning
- 1 small can diced olives
- ½ cup sweet pickle relish
- ½ cup chopped red or yellow onion
- 2 chopped green onions
- 1 grated carrot (Optional: 1 grated apple, chopped green chili peppers)
Mix in mayonnaise and ¼ cup Dippin’ Sauce. Serve open face on your favorite bread with a dollop of salsa on top.
Leftover Pasta or Meats?
Make Quick Minestrone Soup!
- 3 cups water and beef bullion
- 1 can red kidney beans
- 1 can tomato sauce
- ½ can spinach
- 2 tsp Cookin’ Seasoning
- Leftover pasta or sliced meats or no meat!
Heat and serve.
Barbecued Brisket of Beef:
4-6 lbs brisket of beef. Rub with 2 tbs liquid smoke. Cover and refrigerate over night. Place large double thickness of heavy foil in roaster pan. Place meat in pan and season with 2 tsp Cookin’ Seasoning, 1 cup Dippin’ Sauce and 2 tbs Worcestershire sauce. Seal foil airtight and bake 4-5 hours at 325 degrees.
Split chicken in half or cut into pieces. Place in baking pan. Brush with butter, crushed garlic and Cookin’ seasoning. Bake at 350 for 30 mins turning once and basting again. Spread on J. lee Roy’s Dippin’ Sauce, turn oven.
Quick and Easy Ribs:
Sprinkle J. Lee Roy’s Cookin’ Seasoning on ribs and place ribs in Crock Pot. Pour J. Lee Roy’s Dippin’ Sauce over ribs. Let cook slowly for several hours. Delicious!
Ham and Glaze:
Spread J. Lee Roy’s Dippin’ Sauce on your baking Ham the last 30 minutes or until done.
Prepare your favorite Meatloaf recipe. Add ½ cup J. lee Roy’s Dippin’ Sauce and 1 tsp Cookin’ Seasoning to the recipe, bake as usual. Spread a little J. Lee Roy’s Dippin’ Sauce on top of the Meatloaf just before serving.
Ribs, Chicken, Steaks, Hamburgers, Pork Chops, Lamb, etc. Cook meat until brown. Brush on J. Lee Roy’s Dippin’ Sauce and continue cooking until done.
Excellent with Venison, Duck, Pheasant, etc. Bake your meats with it or DIP IT!
Remember! Any BBQ Sauce will burn over open flame. BBQ it lower-BBQ it slower and BBQ it with J. Lee Roy’s Dippin’ Sauce the last 10 minutes!
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