JOHN BOY AND BILLY'S GRILLN' SAUCE RECIPES
Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings
20 - 30 whole wings with tips removed
8 oz. Louisiana Hot Sauce
4 oz. John Boy and Billy Grillin" Sauce (Sweet and Mild)
2 oz. Teriyaki
1 stick un-salted butter
Fresh ground pepper
1 T-spoon Emerils Bayou Blast
1/2 T-spoon crushed red pepper1- Place wings in a baking dish large enough to accommodate them.
2- Lightly sprinkle wings with pepper and garlic salt.
3- Place wings in oven set at 400 degrees for 30 minutes, no need to pre-heat
4- Prepare and light charcoal grill or take a chance and use a gas grill.
5- Mix Louisiana hot sauce, John Boy and Billy Grillin' Sauce, teriyaki, Bayou
Blast, crushed red pepper and butter in a small sauce pan. Heat ingredients and
blend until well mixed (do not boil).
6- When wings are removed from the oven, place wings on grill and turn often
enough to prevent burning. When wings are golden brown and slightly crisp (about
20-30 minutes) remove and place in large bowl.
7- Pour on hot sauce mixture and toss wings till all are well coated.
8- EnjoyI want to purchase a case or more (of the John Boy and Billy Sweet and Mild
Grillin' Sauce). It is the key ingredient in my wing recipe. Sweet and Spicy Swiss style Steak 4 cubed steaks
1 small chopped onion
2 tsp. minced garlic
2 - 14.5 oz cans Italian style stewed tomatoes
1/2 cup Hot & Spicy Grillin' Sauce
6 oz package of egg noodles- cooked as directed Sauté cube steaks,
onion, and garlic until cubed steaks are brown. Do not drain. Add tomatoes and
Grillin' Sauce. Stir well. Cover and simmer for 30-45 minutes.
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tomatoes and regular Grillin' sauce can be used for a not so spicy variety.
Delicious Barbecued Steak Dinner(Supper if you're from the South)
(any cut will do; I used chuck steak) and pound with a meat tenderizer until
flat. Pour 1/4 bottle of JB&B Grillin' Sauce in large bowl, add 1/2 cup warm
water, stir until well blended. Add one steak at a time, turning each over in
bowl until thoroughly coated; until bowl is is about 3/4 of the way full. If you
have more steak than bowl, repeat several times (unless of course, you like
washing dishes!). Cover bowl with aluminum foil, let sit in a warm place for
about 1-2 hours. You can also let sit overnight in your 'fridge to really lock in
the flavor, Place steaks on hot barbecue about 3 inches above coals; turn every 5
minutes for even browning. Brush on remaining sauce from bowl before removing
from barbecue to sear to steak. Approximate cooking time for well done steaks is
30 minutes. Serve with fresh boiled corn on the cob and garlic bread (to really
set off the saucy flavor in the mouth).
John Boy and Billy's Hamburgers
Take about a one and half pounds of lean
hamburger and dice up 2 or 3 slices of onion. Add a quarter to half of cup of
John Boy and Billy's Grillin Sauce. Mix it in with the onions and when you are
done you make patties 3/4 to 1 inch thick and you can either fry them in a pan
or on the grill. This one of the best burgers that I have ever had.
Ormond Bch. FL.