Ways to Enjoy

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One of the most popular things to do in the beautiful summer months is to head out to the backyard and grill up something amazing that will be topped, basted, or dipped with barbeque sauce. But what do you do if you don’t have a backyard, or if it’s raining, or if you don’t even own a barbeque grill? Or what if you're tired of barbequed meat all together and want something different, or if you’re a vegetarian and don’t even eat meat? You don't have to use barbeque sauce only for meats or in the summer months. You use it as a multi-purpose condiment like on pizzas, wraps, meatloaf, pasta, and even salads. Check out these creative ways to enjoy Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce.

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Creative Use #1: Pizza
Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce is the perfect substitute for pizza sauce. You can top the pizza with a variety of different toppings, but some of the best toppings for a barbeque sauce pizza are grilled chicken, grilled purple onions, and pepper jack or mozzarella cheese. It’s our favorite!

Creative Use #2: Meatloaf
Meatloaf is one of the ultimate comfort foods, but topping meatloaf with ketchup can get boring. The next time you make meatloaf, try topping it with Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce. But, also consider adding other smoky flavors to the meatloaf. For example, you could top it with bacon and add pieces of smoked cheddar cheese throughout.

Creative Use #3: Wraps
Wraps are the perfect choice for a quick lunch, but the condiments can turn an otherwise healthy lunch into a calorie disaster. That's why Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce is such a great alternative. It’s low in calories AND fat. In a microwave safe dish heat a several tablespoons of Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce. Once heated, pour it on a heated flour tortilla and add your favorite toppings like chicken, shredded pork, lean ground beef, cheese, lettuce and viola.

Creative Use #4: Pasta

Pasta is pasta, but when you top it with Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce, you turn it into a totally different dish. This is also a great way to use up leftovers. Let's say you made roast chicken or grilled tofu the night before. You can shred the leftover meat or tofu, mix it with the pasta and then pour heated Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce over the top. You could also use leftover pork or steak the same way. Now that’s creative!

Creative Use #5: Salads
Another great way to enjoy Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce is to use it as a substitute for salad dressing. Use it as a standalone, or mix it with equal parts of your favorite Ranch Dressing to make a creamy, sweat heat salad dressing. A tasty salad combination would be romaine lettuce, green peppers, red onion, shredded pepper jack cheese, your favorite grilled meat or non-meat, and Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce. You could also substitute it for mayonnaise in chicken salad. Yum!


Creative Use #6: Beans
You know how you make bean chili and the recipe calls for tomato sauce? Well next time add Bette Jo’s Creole-Style BBQ Sauce instead. You will LOVE the kick it adds. You can even drizzle some on top when you serve it. Your family and friends will think you’re a real chef.