|It’s always time barbecue and savory dishes around our farm! As a Stubb’s Insider, I’m delighted to have the chance
to dish up the new Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauces and share my thoughts with you.
I don’t really need an excuse to use my slow cooker, it’s truly one of my favorite appliances in the kitchen. There’s something so wonderful about prepping food and setting it to simmer to perfection while you go on about your daily routine. With back-to-school around the corner and fall quickly approaching, I’m truly ready to whip up some savory crockpot dishes for our family to enjoy.
Just in time to indulge my joy of amping up our slow cooker dinner fare, Stubb’s has introduced a new category its product line – Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauces, designed for creating flavorful, easy skillet and slow cooker meals.
Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauce Smokehouse Bourbon is the first flavor we invited in for dinner, opting to follow the crockpot directions. With all-natural gluten-free ingredients that I can easy recognize, the kit contained a meat rub and a sauce packet. All I had to provide was the sirloin roast. I also decided mushrooms would be a fabulous addition to create more of a slow cooker steak tip meal. Onions or red peppers would have been a great add-in, too and I’ll likely toss them in the next time around… because I’ll definitely be using this rich, smoky, barbecue-style steak sauce again! Our meal was bursting with gourmet steakhouse flavor and my whole family truly enjoyed the amazing taste.
|A simple addition of mushrooms revved up the flavor and gourmet factor in our Smokehouse Bourbon slower cooker meal.|
First, I need to give my crockpot a work-out with all the other great Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauce flavors.
The four varieties include:
- Bar-B-Q Slider
- Chili Fixins
- Hatch Chile
- and Smokehouse Bourbon
Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauces offer a convenient, higher-quality alternative to heating up a pre-packaged or frozen meal. Like all Stubb’s offerings, Cookin’ Sauces are all natural, certified gluten-free and contain no artificial flavors, colorings or high fructose corn syrup. For more information, visit: http://www.stubbsbbq.com/products/cookin-sauce/
Which Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauce flavor would you like to try first? Cili Fixins are next up on my slower cooker menu!
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