3 – 4 lbs. frozen or fresh chicken wing sections 1 bottle Bronco Bob’s Tangy Apricot Chipotle Sauce
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Place either frozen or fresh wing sections; in foil-lined flat baking dish. Smother with Bronco Bob’s Tangy Apricot Chipotle Sauce, turning to coat with sauce. Bake 15 minutes, stir and bake an additional 15 minutes, or until cooked through. If using frozen, cook an additional 5 – 10 minutes. Place under broiler for a minute to crisp, if desired. Serve with warmed sauce for dippin’.
Use Tangy Apricot Chipotle Sauce as a zesty ham glaze when warming a fully cooked ham. Spice up frozen or take out egg rolls by using Tangy Apricot Chipotle Sauce as a delicious dipping sauce.
Pour Tangy Apricot Chipotle Sauce over softened cream cheese or warmed Brie for a quick and delicious appetizer. Serve with assorted crackers.
1 6-8 oz. package corn muffin mix; ½ cup Bronco Bob’s Tangy Apricot Chipotle Sauce
Prepare using package directions for cornbread (Johnny Cake). Before baking, drizzle ½ cup Bronco Bob’s Tangy Apricot Chipotle Sauce over top and marbleize through batter with knife. Bake as directed. Serve warm with lots of butter for a sweet hot accompaniment to any meal.
4 dozen prepared meatballs (use frozen or prepare your own favorite recipe) 1 bottle Bronco Bob’s Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce
If using frozen prepared meatballs, heat as directed. Place in saucepan and cover with Bronco Bob’s Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce. Simmer over low heat for 15 minutes, stirring once or twice. Keep hot and serve as a tasty appetizer.
3 (16 oz.) cans pinto beans*; 1 bottle Bronco Bob’s Smoked Bacon Chipotle Sauce; 4 slices bacon, cut in half; Preheat oven to 300 degrees F. Combine beans and Bronco Bob’s Smoked Bacon Chipotle Sauce. Grease a 2-1/2 quart baking dish and pour prepared beans into dish. Place bacon slices on top. Cover and bake for 2-1/2 hours, remove cover for last hour to crisp bacon. Get ready for some HEAT! Serves 4 to 6;
*(canned pork and beans may be used in place of pinto beans for a “sweeter fire”).