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Superior Foods Meats

Superior Choice sauce can be found in Brunos and Wal-mart Supercenters in Alabama. The recipes are as follows:

Hamburger Patties And Superior Choice Sauce.

Use pure beef patties 1/4 pounders ingredients: salt pepper superior choice sauce (regular or thick) .1. Pour superior choice sauce on meat and rub or brush it on each burger ( 2 teaspoons on each) 2. Sprinkle salt and pepper to your taste 3. Spray cooking sheet with pam. Place hamburgers in sheet. 4. Be sure oven temperature is 400 degrees. 5. Let the burgers cook from 5 to 7 minutes, turning until done. 6. Remove burgers from oven and saturate burgers with more Superior Choice sauce.

Very Chewy Oven Grilled Steaks

Ingredients: salt pepper superior choice sauce (regular or thick) 1. Wash steaks thoroughly and dry with paper towels 2. Sprinkle with salt and pepper 3. Rub three teaspoons of superior choice on each steak 4. Set for ten minutes 5. Place steaks under the grill and cook for 20 to 25 minutes. 6. Remove from the oven and place steaks in foil and sprinkle or saturate in superior choice. Sauce from 5 to 10 minutes. Ready to eat.

Barbecue Ribs Grilled Ingredients

Salt pepper vinegar 1/3 cup superior choice sauce (regular or thick) 1. Wash ribs throughly and pull off all fat 2. Sprinkle vinegar on ribs before marinading 3. Let ribs set for 30 minutes 4. Place ribs in the oven pan or on the grill 5. Turn ribs every ten minutes until done.cooking time 45 minutes. 6. Take ribs and saturate superior choice thick or regular and wrap in foil. Set ten minutes. Ready to eat.

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