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May 2020

Scallion Waffles

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Scallion Waffles

Deliciously savory, optionally sweet.

PREP — 5 Minutes    COOK — 15 Minutes   

TOTAL — 20 Minutes  SERVINGS — 6

ingredients

• 2 Eggs

• 2 Bunches of Scallions

• 1 tsp Sesame Oil

• 1/2 tsp Sugar

• 1 tbsp Baking Powder

• 2 c Flour

• 1-3 tsp Schultz’s Chipotle Cooking Sauce

• 1 tsp Schultz’s Seasoning and Rub

• Vegetable Oil

• Kosher Salt

• Soy Sauce or Maple Syrup

• Waffle Iron or Waffle Maker

Other ingredient and topping ideas: toasted sesame seeds, bacon, cheese.

directions

1.  Finely chop the scallions. Beat the eggs and oil together until well combined. Next whisk in the milk, sesame oil, sugar, seasonings, flour, and baking powder until just combined. Add chopped scallions and mix until evenly incorporated. Let batter sit for a few minutes as your waffle iron gets hot.

2.  Once waffle iron is heated to high heat, pour batter to make waffles, making sure to flip halfway through if possible. Adjust as needed for your iron and batter!

3.  Top with Chipotle sauce, extra scallions, and toasted sesame seeds if desired. Enjoy warm and serve with either soy sauce, or maple syrup if you need a contrasting sweet flavor!

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One Skillet Hash

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One Skillet Hash

Everything You Want for Breakfast in One Pan.

PREP — 5 Minutes    COOK — 30 Minutes   

TOTAL — 35 Minutes  SERVINGS — 4

ingredients

• 4 Gold Potatoes

• 3 tbsp Schultz’s Sweet Heat Cooking Sauce or Green Chili Lime Cooking Sauce

• 2 tsp Schultz’s Seasoning and Rub

• 1/2 small Yellow Onion, diced

• 1-2 strips of Bacon

• 1/4 cup Cilantro

• Olive Oil

Kosher Salt

• Fresh Ground Black Pepper

• 4 Eggs

• Cast iron, or other oven-safe skillet

Other ingredient and topping ideas: beans, radish, 

directions

1.  Preheat oven to 400°F. Place strips of bacon in a large, oven-safe skillet. Cook over medium low heat on both sides until cooked through, but not yet crispy. Remove from heat and set aside. When bacon is cool, roughly dice.

2.  Leaving some grease in the pan, set heat to medium high, add potatoes, bell pepper and onion to cook for 7-8 minutes or until soft enough to pierce with a  fork easily.

3.  Add garlic, Schultz’s seasoning, black pepper, salt and 1 tsp of the cooking sauce. Cook for 1-2 minutes more.

4.  Next, using a spoon, create holes for the 4 eggs to go. Distribute cheese into each hole and then crack the eggs into each spot.

5.  Place in preheated oven and cook for 8-10 minutes, until egg white is set bu the yolk is still runny.

6.  Remove the skillet from the heat. Garnish with bacon, fresh ground black pepper, cilantro, chives and the remaining cooking sauce. Enjoy!

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Avocado Egg Sandwich

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Avocado Egg Toast

Quick, Easy, Healthy, Delicious—YUM!

PREP — 5 Minutes    COOK — 5 Minutes   

TOTAL — 10 Minutes  SERVINGS — 1-2

ingredients

• 2 Eggs

• 2 Ripe Avocados

• 2 tsp Schultz’s Green Chili Lime Cooking Sauce

• Lettuce or Spinach

• 2 tsp White Vinegar

• Olive Oil

Kosher Salt

Fresh Ground Black Pepper

directions

1.  Start a pot of water on medium high heat. Crack cold eggs into a small bowl. Add 1 tsp salt and 2 tsp white vinegar to the water.

2.  Once simmering, use a slotted spoon to create a circular whirlpool in the pot. Carefully add the egg, turn off heat, cover the pot and set a timer for 5 minutes.

3.  While the egg cooks, place bread in the toaster. Slice Avocado and season with salt and fresh ground black pepper. Wash and chop lettuce or spinach. Then, carefully lift your poached egg from the water with a slotted spoon.

4.  Assemble your toast or sandwich and add a drizzle of Green Chili Lime Sauce over your creation, Enjoy!

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Classic English Breakfast

Classic English Breakfast

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Classic English Breakfast

Also known as the ‘fry-up’

PREP — 10 Minutes    COOK — 15 Minutes   

TOTAL — 25 Minutes  SERVINGS — 1

ingredients

• 1 Tomato

• 2 tbsp Butter

• 2 Large Eggs

• 2-3 Mushrooms, roughly chopped

• 1 tsp Schultz’s Spicy Original Cooking Sauce

Schultz’s Seasoning and Rub

• Bread, toasted

• 2 pork sausages (optional)

directions

1.  Preheat oven to 425°.

2.  If cooking the sausages, brown over a pan warmed to medium heat for 4-5 minutes. Next, put them in a baking dish and bake for 10 minutes.

3.  With a knife, slice an X into the bottom of the tomato and place it in the baking pan with the sausages, bake for 10 more minutes, turn off the oven, and leave the pan inside the oven so it remains warm.

4.  Using the same pan from earlier, melt a tbsp of butter, then fry mushrooms over high heat until mushrooms have softened. Season with a few pinches of Schultz’s Seasoning and Rub. Once cooked, transfer them to the oven so they stay warm.

5.  Add the beans to a small saucepan and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly. Add 1 tsp of Spicy Original Cooking Sauce.

6.  Lastly, fry the eggs, taking care that the yolk does not break. Toast bread and spread remaining butter over toast.

7.  Arrange the ingredients on your plate, and enjoy warm! Season with salt and pepper to taste, with a dash of Spicy Original over the eggs.

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National BBQ Day

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Happy National BBQ Day

May is the official month of barbecue here in the US and like a lot of our favorite things, it has a holiday unto itself. That’s right, May 16th is National BBQ Day!

With the weather warming up there’s no better time to break out those special recipes, fire up the grill, and start barbecuing again. If you’re planning on doing a little celebrating this year make sure to brush up on your grill skills beforehand.

Whether you’re grilling up chicken, searing some steak, or sautéing some vegetables there are some notable steps you should pay careful attention to. These tips should help you on your way to creating some mouthwatering dishes everyone will enjoy this National BBQ Day.

How to Grill Chicken:

It’s It’s hard to go wrong with grilled chicken no matter what time of year it is. For National BBQ Day though it’s probably a necessity! No matter what style of chicken you decide to throw on the grill there are certain things you need to pay attention to. Be sure to consider these steps:

Pick the right cut – The larger the cut of chicken (whole birds, bone-in chicken breasts, whole legs), the longer the cooking time. Stick with boneless or smaller pieces if the cooking needs to happen quickly.

Pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts – They tend to be shaped a bit uneven. Spending a couple of minutes pounding the thicker end will help reduce cooking time and ensure the meat is cooked evenly.

Butterfly whole chickens – Grilling a whole chicken can be tricky. Butterfly the chicken instead of grilling it whole. This shortens grilling time and helps in cooking the chicken evenly throughout.

Flavor before you grill – Chicken is pretty easy to add flavor to. Take some time to marinate or season the chicken before it goes on the grill to ensure the flavors have time to penetrate the meat.

Keep away from high heat – Chicken needs to be cooked thoroughly but you don’t want to burn the skin. It’s best to cook over medium, indirect heat for most of the cooking time.

Keep grill covered – Keeping the grill lid closed will ensure the temperature remains optimal. A covered grill also allows the heat to encase the meat entirely ensuring it cooks thoroughly.

Sauce or baste often at the end – If you’re adding sauce to your chicken, it’s best to do so at the end because it can burn.

Recommended Recipes – Signature Gourmet BBQ Wings, Whole Smoked Chicken

How to Grill Fish:

Cooking fish to perfection can be a difficult thing to learn and for beginners it can be a little intimidating. But if you love fish then you’ve got to learn how to cook fish on the grill. Whether you’re already quite skilled grilling fish or trying it for the first time, there are certain things you need pay attention to. Be sure to consider these steps:

Choose the right kind of fish – You don’t want your fish to fall apart on the grill so choose a fish with firm flesh. Muscular fish like salmon, tuna, halibut, and mahi-mahi are always a great choice.

Choose the right cut – Steaks and thick fillets are usually best to use as they’re thicker and hold up well.

Set to medium heat – You’ll want to grill over a medium fire, so if you’re on a gas grill that means about 350 F. If you’re grilling with charcoal, you’ll need to use about half a chimney of coals.

Don’t over marinate – It’s easy to get carried away with marinade, but for fish just keep it simple. Leaving your fish in marinade too long ( +30 min) can cause the texture to change. Simply dip your fish in the marinade, let the excess drain, and throw it on the grill. Brushing the marinade on while your fish cooks is another great method.

Bring to room temp before grilling – Remember to let your fish come to room temperature before throwing them on to cook. Leave covered, on the counter for about 30-60 minutes before grilling.

Leave the skin on – The skin will turn crispy and actually helps protect the fish from being overcooked. If you are cooking fillets be sure to start with the skin side down, turning them over halfway through.

Wood planks for the win – The easiest method of all is grilling fish on a plank, usually cedar but sometimes cherry, maple, or oak as well. If you’ve soaked the plank properly (+2 hours), then the it should start to smolder adding that rich smoky flavor to the meat. You can use planks with gas and charcoal grills, so give it a try if you haven’t done so before.

Recommended Recipes – Sweet Heat Glazed Salmon, Mesquite Smoked Salmon

How to Grill Steak:

Chances are if you’re an avid griller, then you’ve seen your fair share of steaks on the grill. For anyone who might need a little refresher though, these tips should help you on the way to cooking some perfect steaks for the holiday:

Seasoning is important – For a traditional steak generously salt your steak in advance and let sit, uncovered, for at least a few hours. This helps to season the meat all the way through while at the same time drawing out any excess moisture, which will result in an even better sear.

Dry Rubs  – If you are looking to add some extra flavor to the meat, we highly recommend seasoning it using a dry rub like Schultz’s Seasoning & Rub. By definition, a dry rub has no moisture so it will act similar in nature to the salt used for a traditional steak. You can apply it just before cooking or let it settle into the meat for half an hour or so. Either way, it will help create a savory crust on the steaks.

Marinades – Marinades can be another great way to add some flavor to the meat. However, the beef doesn’t absorb the marinade flavor the same way as rubs and spices. Rather, the flavor stays on the surface of the meat and that’s the punch of flavor you’ll get from the marinade. Also, the using a marinade does tend to require a bit more time in preparation as the meat will need time to marinate in the liquid. Less tender cuts like steaks should be marinated for at least six hours, but make sure to place them in the refrigerator. Never marinate your steaks at room temperature.

Make sure the meat is dry – Having salted the meat and letting it sit for a few hours you should pat it dry with a paper towel to remove any excess moisture still remaining.

Keep the grill hot – Preheat your grill to medium-high or high. You want it hot before adding the meat. The heat will help you keep the steaks from sticking and achieve an amazing sear.

Don’t cut to check if it’s done – There are plenty of methods out there to check if your steaks are done, but the easiest and most accurate is using a digital thermometer. Cutting the steak or poking it with a fork allows the juices and flavor leach out, so make sure you’ve got one on hand.

Let the meat rest before enjoying it – We know this is easier said than done, but allowing your steak to rest before cutting and serving will let all of the juices settle. Generally, you should let the meat rest five minutes for every inch of thickness.

Recommended Cooking Time – Place the steaks on the grill until slightly charred, about 4 to 5 minutes. Turn the steaks over and continue grilling for 3 to 5 minutes for medium-rare (135 degree F), 5 to 7 minutes for medium (140 degrees F) or 8 to 10 minutes for medium well (150 degrees F).

How to Grill Vegetables:

Grilling vegetables is often overlooked, as prime cuts of meat tend to draw most of our attention. Yet there’s a lot to love about grilled veggies and they’re actually about as simple to make as anything on the grill. Don’t forget to add them to your National BBQ Day lineup! Here are some tips to help:

Set the grill to medium-high – This means about 400 to 425 F, so if you’re using a gas grill it’s as easy as setting it to that heat. On the other hand, if you’re grilling with charcoal, you’ll need to use about 3/4 of a chimney of coals.

Start with a clean grill – This is important for all of the items above as well, but it’s especially important when it comes to grilled veggies since their flavors can be often be easily overpowered. Make sure to scrape the grill clean before adding vegetables.

Coat the veggies before they go on the grill – Adding spices to your vegetables before they go on the grill is simple to do. Just blend spices or Schultz’s Seasoning & Rub with olive oil, and then brush on or toss together in a bowl.

Grill with the cover off – You usually want to keep the lid closed to keep the good smoke in when cooking meat, but that smoke can still overpower veggies. It’s best to cook them separate so you can keep the lid open, allowing your veggies to better retain their flavor.

Use flat metal skewers for small pieces – Some items, like mushrooms, cherry tomatoes and brussels sprouts are easier to cook using a skewer. We recommend using flat skewers rather than the ordinary needle-shaped kind as they tend to keep from rolling around, and are generally easier to turn and rotate on the grill.

Recommended Recipes – Grilled Asparagus, Grilled Cider Glazed Veggies

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Our family’s sauces, seasonings and snacks work perfectly in recipes to enhance flavor rather than replace it. With food you’ll find in your own kitchen, we only include the highest quality REAL FOOD INGREDIENTS. We’re proud to use family recipes that have been passed down for THREE GENERATIONS and are unlike anything you’ve ever tasted.

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Buffalo Chicken Pull Apart Bread

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Buffalo Chicken Pull-Apart Bread

If there was ever a loaf of bread worthy of being an entree, this is it!

PREP — 10 Minutes    COOK — 40-50 Minutes   

TOTAL — 60 Minutes  SERVINGS — 4-6

ingredients

• 2 cups of cooked and shredded chicken

• 1 cup Schultz’s Spicy Original Cooking Sauce

• 2 1/2 cups of pepper jack cheese, shredded, divided

• 1/4 cup of chopped scallions

2 packages of pizza dough

• 1/2 cup of melted unsalted butter

• Ranch dressing for dipping (optional)

Green onions for garnish (optional)

directions

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

2.  Roll out dough and cut into 3×3-inch squares. You should have 15 total squares; arrange in 3 rows of 5.

3.  In a bowl, toss together shredded chicken, Schultz’s Spicy Original Sauce, scallions, and half of the pepper jack cheese (1 1/4 cups).

4.  Brush butter on a dough square and begin to layer ingredients on top. Begin with Buffalo chicken mixture, followed by a sprinkling of cheese. Repeat with remaining squares, stacking one on top of the other, chicken side up.

5.  Brush the inside of a loaf pan with melted butter. Load stacked bread squares into loaf pan, and brush with remaining butter. Bake for 40 to 50 minutes until desired browning is achieved.

6.  Garnish with green onions and allow to cool. Serve from baking dish or other serving platter if desired.

Image Credit to Tastemade

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Our family’s sauces, seasonings and snacks work perfectly in recipes to enhance flavor rather than replace it. With food you’ll find in your own kitchen, we only include the highest quality REAL FOOD INGREDIENTS. We’re proud to use family recipes that have been passed down for THREE GENERATIONS and are unlike anything you’ve ever tasted.

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