Monday, February 22, 2010

Mission Kitchen BBQ Sauce

This post isn’t very timely because we gave up meat for Lent.  Nonetheless, it’s worth posting because I might just miss Mission Kitchen BBQ sauce, more than meat during this Lenten season! It’s that good!  Mission Kitchen BBQ Sauce is a local product with a global conscience dedicated to empowering the population of San Jan de la Maguana in the Dominican Republic.  The concept for this product was a simple and uncomplicated sauce and label, consistent with the lifestyle of those living in the Dominican Republic. This sauce is locally produced with a unique taste and global conscience…it doesn’t get better than that!

I made shredded beef sandwiches for Kent on Valentine’s day.   Because I used the Mission Kitchen BBQ sauce that has a perfect blend of ingredients for a sweet and zesty flavor, the whole process was megasimple!  Now to find some vegetarian recipes that use BBQ sauce?!IMG_0046 IMG_0010
The ingredients:Rump Roast, Mission Kitchen BBQ, water, salt and pepper.
Trim any excess fat and rub a generous amount of salt and pepper on all sides of the roast.
Heat oil in a saucepan…
and sear meat on both sides and all around edges for 1-2 minutes per side/edges.
Place roast in preheated crock pot and add 1. cup of water.
Add 1c. of Mission Kitchen BBQ sauce. Cook on high for 1 hr and on low for 3 hours. Cooking time may vary depending on the size of your roast.  This one was approximately 2-3 pounds. 
The roast will look like this when it is done.
Shred the meat in the crock pot with two forks.  Add approximately 1/4c – 1/2 c. of water to the sauce left in the Mission Kitchen BBQ bottle.  Shake and pour over shredded beef.  Let continue to cook for an hour in crock pot.
Visit the Mission Kitchen BBQ Sauce Website to learn more and find out where you can purchase it in your area.

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