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Big Game Recipes with Big Flavor!

Submitted by on February 1, 2011 – 3:30 pm

Whether you are there for the game, food or the company, everyone LOVES a Super Bowl Party! Munching on delightfully salty snacks, surrounded by the TV with your friends and family is a great way to spend Super Bowl Sunday! And to add, we’ve come up with a few great recipes that are as delicious as they are easy! Using our Pendleton Barbecue Sauces, these snacks pack a powerful punch and are sure to be a big hit!

Mini Barbecue Bites

1 Baguette

Your Favorite Sausage

1/2 an Onion, small diced

Pendleton BBQ Sauce, Original or Mesquite

Slice your baguette into slices about an inch thick and place on a baking sheet. Cook in a preheated oven at 350 degrees,  just until golden, about 5-10minutes.  Using instructions, grill or cook sasauge as follows, let cool and slice sausages about 1/2 inch thick. Top sasauges on slices of bread, diced onions and drizzle your favorite Pendleton BBQ Sauce flavor on top! Enjoy!

Barbecue Onions- An Old Favorite!

Makes 2-3 cups

4-5 large Onions of choice – Peeled and julienned

2-3 Tbls Vegetable Oil

4 Tbls Pendleton Original Barbecue Sauce

1 Tbl Butter

1 shot Pendleton Whisky

Salt and pepper to taste

Place julienned onions in a large sauté pan with the vegetable oil and sauté gently over medium heat for 10-15 minutes stirring occasionally  until nicely caramelized (be careful not to burn them).  Off the heat add one shot of Pendleton Whisky to the pan (watch out for flames!) return to heat and deglaze – reduce liquid for one minute.  Add salt, pepper and BBQ sauce – simmer for 2-3 minutes.  Melt in butter and set aside to cool.

Pendleton Barbecue Sauce- Great for dipping!

bbq sauce pic

Thank you to Gluten Free Foodies Blog, for the great pictures and recipe ideas! A great blog for not only the Gluten Free, but for all foodies!

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