Moist, juicy and packed with flavor … this Oven Baked Beef Brisket by Brown Sugar Food Blog is easy to make with only a few ingredients and little prep, and the flavors come out big time thanks to Tony’s More Spice Seasoning!
Try something new and change up taco night by making it a salad night! This Taco Pasta Salad by The Cooking Mom is full of sweet and peppery flavor and so easy to make. It’s perfect for a weeknight meal, a backyard BBQ or a potluck.
For many people, cooking steak can be very intimidating, but Creole For The Soul says by using this reverse sear and Tony’s Original Creole Seasoning, you’ll end up with the perfectly cooked, juicy, and most flavorful steak!
Super simple supper that is full of savory and cheesy ooey goodness, this Kickin’ Creole Tater Tot Casserole by Southern Bite is the meal you will want every week!
Sweet, spicy and savory, and fork-tender … these Glazed Ribs by Chef Jason Goodenough are just what you’ve been craving for your weekend BBQs!
This Sous Vide Flat Iron Steak by Girl Carnivore guarantees an edge-to-edge pink finish on the beef … making it the perfect way to cook flat iron. Rubbed with a hint of Creole seasoning and finished in cast iron, this is the easiest and more rewarding steak you’ll have!
Forget the drive-thru … you can have your favorite fast-food cheeseburgers at home while cheering on your favorite team! These Baked Cheeseburger Sliders by The Beach House Kitchen combine a savory blend of honey, bacon, BBQ smoke and Creole seasoning in the burgers, and sweet and peppery flavor in the special sauce that will make you crave seconds and thirds.
The flavors of garlic, lemon and Creole seasoning come together with this buttery blend of steak and shrimp. These kabobs by Creole For The Soul are the perfect BBQ, picnic, or dinner dish.
Brisket and tacos … what could be better?!? Cuisine Noir’s Chef J. Jackson’s brisket is seasoned with Tony’s Original Creole Seasoning until it is fork-tender and falls apart. It’s then shredded and added to soft tortillas or hard taco shells, or both, that are topped with lettuce, a little cheese and homemade pineapple guacamole.
There is something about the savory and sweet flavors, and the mess, that we just love about sloppy joes. This recipe by Southern Bite brings the family-favorite to an entirely new level of fun and deliciousness, thanks to Tony’s. Your kids will have a blast helping you make this at-home meal and won’t be able to wait to eat it.