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BBQ Tips & Recipes

BBQ TIP OF THE DAY: MATCHING SMOKING WOOD FLAVORS & MEATS

APPLE WOOD - a mild, slightly sweet and light fruity flavor that goes well with poultry, fish and ham.

CHERRY WOOD - a mild and fruity flavor that enhances pork, beef and ribs.

HICKORY—the most common wood used for smoking. It has a strong, heavy bacon flavor and is good for pork, hams & beef.

MESQUITE—a honey, earthy flavor with a slightly bitter aftertaste for use on beef, fish, poultry or game.

MAPLE WOOD—a smoky, mellow, mild and sweet flavor that matches nicely with poultry and small game. It can also be mixed with apple wood or hickory for a truly unique taste.

PECAN WOOD—nutty, mild & sweet with a flavor similar to hickory. Pecan wood matches well with steaks & ribs.

RECIPE OF THE DAY:  BBQ CHICKEN in CORNBREAD CUPS

This recipe is for a cool little appetizer. The recipe yields 24 cups.

Ingredients

2-7oz packages of sweet yellow cornbread mix

1cup whole milk

2 large eggs

1.5cups chopped cooked chicken

1/3cup your favorite BBQ sauce

Preparation

Preheat the oven to 400F.  Lightly spray a 24 cup mini muffin pan with nonstick coating spray.  In a medium bow, combine the cornbread mix, milk & eggs—stirring until smooth.  Spoon the batter evenly into the prepared muffin cups and bake until lightly browned,10-12 minutes.  Let cool in the pan for 5 minutes and then remove from pan.  Using a sharp knife, cut out the centers of the cornbread muffins to make a cup, leaving a 1/4” thick shelf.  Discard cornbread centers, or eat!!!  In a small bowl, combine the chicken & BBQ sauce and spoon the mixture into the cornbread cups. Garnish with chopped sweet pickles, if desired and as always…..ENJOY!!!

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