Hey y'all if you stopped by yesterday you read my review on the delicious products from Gourmet Warehouse of Hilton Head SC.
Oh don't tell me you missed it. Dang.. well, go HERE and read all about it! Their products are delicious, oh did I say that already? Well, they really are.
With the sweet heat sauce I made a ... similar to sloppy joe sandwich. We had a busy day and I didn't want to head to the store to find something "special" to use it on. I wanted to see if the sauce could stand up for itself without a lot of bells and whistles.
Well, it stood up just fine let me tell ya.
I even drizzled it on my fries! Baked fries of course, gotta stay somewhat healthy.
The leftovers I used the next day for a different recipe, you'll see it later.
Sweet Heat Sloppies
1 lb lean ground chuck
1 medium sweet onion,diced
2 TBSP butter, unsalted
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp fresh cracked black pepper
3-4 TBSP Worcestershire sauce
4 slices applewood smoked bacon, chopped
Sweet heat bbq sauce
1 TBSP bourbon (optional)
fresh sliced tomatoes (or a salad)
In a large skillet, deep sided, saute your onion in butter with salt and pepper.
After 2-3 minutes add your chopped bacon and bourbon. Cook for another 3 minutes, add in your beef and Worcestershire sauce. Allow this to cook completely. Drain if needed.(I use lean ground beef so draining is not needed) Stir in half a bottle of Sweet Heat BBQ sauce.
Allow this to heat through and thicken slightly.
Toast your buns/bread, bake your fries while the meat mixture is cooking and slice up some fresh tomatoes.
WAIT I'm not done! Oh, you have to come back on August 4th. You'll see what I did with the leftovers. Can you say mmm mmm good? OH YEAH BABE