"Back in the day Bloody Kentucky served two purposes; (1st)To mix with Bourbon and (2nd)(and just as important), was for cooking. Because Bloody Kentucky is a more traditional, country recipe, it can be used in a great variety of foods that require a tomato base. Foods such as chili, meatloaf, ketchup, cocktail sauce for shrimp, spaghetti sauce, steak sauce, etc. Unlike other Bloody Mary-type mixers, Bloody Kentucky is a premium, rich product that isn't thinned out with water or vinegar. It is a special blend of vegetables and recipe-secrets that can only make great food, -better." 


Great Bloody Kentucky Recipes




-Bloody Kentucky Chili

Simply substitue about 1/3rd of the amount of tomato puree or sauce that you would normally use with Bloody Kentucky Spicy. It adds an awesome flavor.


-Bloody Kentucky Dipping Sauce

Awesome and simple; When your ketchup bottle is have full, simply fill it back up with some Bloody Kentucky Spicy and shake well. This will go great with chicken tenders, fries or for a topping on hamburgers. Delicious


-Bloody Kentucky Shrimp Cocktail
Use the Bloody Kentucky dipping sauce above and mix in a little shredded horseradish.
It is the best cocktail sauce!

-Steak Sauce: Bloody Kentucky (spicy)(1 cup)/ Sorghum or Applesauce 1cup  2 teaspoons of Corn starch mixed into 1 tablespoon of water 3-5 finely minced anchovies if you dare (Believe it or not, most gourmet steak sauces contain anchovies) Mix and Heat until the sauce thickens to your desired consistently. Pour across steak after being cooked or marinade while grilling.

-Chicken:
Mesquite flavoring (1tspn.) Spicy Bloody Kentucky (cup). Mix, pour over chicken and cook in oven or grill.

-Hamburger;
Mix about ¼ cup of spicy Bloody Kentucky into 1 lb. of hamburger.
Otherwise spice to your own taste. This is best when grilled.

-Meatballs:
Spicy Bloody Kentucky/ brown sugar Ground beef Add 1/4 cup Spicy Bloody Kentucky/ ¼ cup of brown sugar/ sprinkle a little onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Mix together with 1lb.of ground beef and then form the meatballs. Cook on a sheet tray in oven until done. When done, pour the above steak sauce over the meatballs and serve. This is also good for the meatballs with spaghetti……. delicious

-Pulled pork:
Same recipe as the steak sauce above: Use as a sauce to add according to your taste.


-Philly Cream Cheese dip spread: 1 block of Philadelphia Cream Cheese/ The steak sauce recipe. Pour sauce over crème cheese and add a sprinkle of parsley. Serve as an hordourve with Ritz crackers. Excellent!


Cooking with Bloody Kentucky !!!

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