Steak Mojo Brownie Cookies

This is an updated recipe due to suggestions from our customers who have made them. This one calls for more STEAK MOJO!! These are to die for good! Everyone who has tried them loves them! Recipe development kudos goes to Tara Beck - baker extraordinaire! Steak Mojo Brownie Cookies INGREDIENTS 1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup of cocoa powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened 1 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 5-6 tablespoons of Steak Mojo spice 2 large eggs 2 cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels 1 cup walnuts - optional INSTRUCTIONS PREHEAT oven to 375° F. COMBINE flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, salt and 4 tablespoons of Steak Mojo in a small bowl. Beat but

Smoked what?!?

The other day I was sitting around thinking about food - yep I am just about all the time - and thought why not smoke veggies? So I decided to smoke butternut and acorn squash. Fair warning - it takes forever! So here's what I did. I cut up the squash into nice size chunks, put them into a bowl and mixed them with a little olive oil. Of course I sprinkled Steak Mojo all over them. After making sure everything was nicely coated I made 2 layers of squash in the smoker. I also put in a whole garlic in a bit of tin foil with some olive oil and Porcini Truffle Tango. I used pecan wood and a little apple juice in the water pan and smoked them at 220 degrees. After 3 hours they were still too hard

We're nutz about you!

This is a great recipe for spiced nuts. Put them out with a cheese and charcuterie plate or sprinkle them on your salad. I change my spiced nut recipe often using my different rubs and various sweet and savory ingredients. I like both the sweet and savory with a bit of heat in my nuts. The recipe below leans more to the savory side - if you'd like it sweeter add a bit more honey. It's easy to make and you can use any type of nut. I like using walnuts (I've used cashews, almonds and pecans too) but you can mix them up with whatever you have at home. Rockin' Rubs Spiced Nutz Preheat oven to 350 degrees 1.5 T coconut oil 2 T Sweet Inferno 1 T honey 1 T Gochujang (a fermented Korean chili paste)

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