Country Bob’s Sauce
FLAVOR FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Carne Asada Tacos with Chipotle Cream SauceCarne asada is a sizzlin' and authentic Mexican dish that can be made with thin sliced ribeye or well-marbled steak. It can be prepared as a main dish or side ingredient. We decided to pack ours into corn tortillas for Taco Night! Shredded Beef Street TacosTake the flavor of street tacos and create that in your very own home. These tacos pack a punch with Country Bob's Apple Chipotle or Honey Habanero Sauce.Garlic Butter RibeyeCountry Bob's reverse-seared Garlic Butter Ribeye is a tender cut of beef that's loaded with flavor - just add a dash of our Seasoning Salt!Korean BBQ Braised Short RibsKorean BBQ Braised Short Ribs served over a heaping bed of masa melt in your mouth and put a zesty new twist on your favorite barbecue flavors! This recipe serves 2-4 (or you could save it all for yourself!). Sweet Heat Bourbon BurgersSweet heat bourbon burgers perfectly balance the sweetness of Country Bob's Barbeque Sauce with Honey Habanero All Purpose Sauce! Top it off with homemade slaw and serve with a side of potatoes. Grilled Flat Iron SteakFlat iron steaks come from the chuck but are incredibly tender. Season this great cut with Country Bob's Seasoning Salt and grill it hot and fast on a charcoal grill for the est steak you have ever had. Serve Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce on the sideSmoked Tri-tipReverse seared, juicy, and full of flavor, this tri-tip recipe will blow your mind.Southwest Bacon BurgersSouthwest Bacon Burgers, we were craving burgers…really, really great burgers. We had to use 1/3 lb. hamburger patties topped with Ken’s smoked mozzarella cheese and our famous bacon weave. Just for fun, we topped them with onion rings. We made our own special sauce of Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce Apple Chipotle flavor mixed with an equal amount of mayo. Perfect.Reverse Seared Prime RibSimple Reverse Seared Prime Rib, we love the “BIG Beef” flavor of prime rib. Patti found them on sale brought home a few nice prime rib roasts for me to smoke. We thought over all the ways you can do a prime rib roast and we decided we would do a reverse sear, love them. This means that we’ll smoke it until it comes up to an internal temp of 100° and then finish it with a hot sear.