The perfect combination. Potato Latkes (Pancakes) made with “Burning Asphalt Sauces’ Apple BBQ Sauce.
One of my all-time favorite food to eat is the Potato Latke, aka the Potato Pancake. If I could, I would eat one each and every day religiously (no pun intended). The Potato Latke is a traditional Hanukkah Jewish dish. The oil that the potato pancake is fried in represents the oil from the story of Hanukkah. Latke, derived from the Yiddish language, can be made from vegetables, legumes, cheeses, and other ingrdients that may be available. Potato is the most popular.
Hers is a very simple Potato Latke (no grading of potatoes involved) recipe that anyone can make. Be sure to top it with sour cream and chives. Real Maple Syrup poured over the pancakes completes the party on your tongue. Enjoy!
This Burning Asphalt Sauces’ Cajun Burger recipe is so easy to make and quite honestly, tastes awesome! One thing that I like to do is make much more of the Cajun Mayonnaise then this recipe calls for. That way, I always have some in the refrigerator ready to go for anything.
In a small bowl, mix the mayonnaise and 1 teaspoon of BAS Cajun Sizzle Seasoning. Set aside in refrigerator.
In a large bowl mix together the ground beef, BAS Jalapeno Slices, onion, garlic, BAS Montreal Style Steak & Burger Seasoning, and BAS Sweet Pepper Steak & Dipping Sauce. Form the ground beef mixture into 4 patties. Place the burgers on a medium to high heat pre-heated grill. Cooking time is approximately 5 minutes per side. Make sure the patties are cooked until well done. Place one slice of cheese on each patty as soon as the burgers are removed from the grill. Prepare the rolls by spreading the Cajun Mayo on each half. Top the burgers with the lettuce and tomatoes. Enjoy. Be sure to visit www.JustFoodDeals.com or www.BurningAsphalt.com for the freshest ingredients.
It is only appropriate that my first real blog entry (other then my “Welcome” one) is about BBQ Ribs. My wife makes the most awesome ribs. Apple BBQ Ribs to be exact! And of course we love to eat corn on the cob hot off the grill with the ribs. It doesn’t get easier then this:
2 Slabs of Beef or Pork Ribs
1 small – medium Onion diced
2 Tbl Butter
2 stalks Celery diced
1 cup Ketchup
2 Tbl Brown Sugar
1 Tbl Honey
1 tsp Soy Sauce
1/4 cup Water
1/2 cup of Apple chopped
1 Clove of Garlic chopped
1/2 teaspoon Dry Mustard
Dash of Black Pepper
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Bake ribs in roasting pan covered for 1-1/2 hours. Time to prepare the BBQ Sauce. Brown diced onions, apples, and celery in butter in large skillet. Add all the above ingredients (except for the ribs) to onion celery mix. Heat over medium to high heat for about 5 minutes. Remove from heat and slather the ribs on both sides with the sauce. Preheat your grill on medium. Place ribs on grill and bbq for about 30 minutes. Make sure they are constantly basted with the sauce and turn over often. Serve and enjoy. If you would rather cook them inside, place the ribs on a broiler pan and broil for 5 minutes per side. Here is an even EASIER RECIPE. Instead of making your own BBQ Sauce, pick up a bottle of Burning Asphalt Sauces APPLE BBQ SAUCE. You won’t regret it!