Preparing for Winter with Jack Daniels sauces (AD).

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AD. Well Winter is definitely on the way. In our house at least. The heating has finally gone on, the blankets have been taken out of storage and given a nice wash. I’ve even got my Slanket by the side of me as I write this. We have been enjoying lots of comfort foods and today I’ve got a nice recipe for you made using Jack Daniels sauces. I’ve been sent 5 lovely sauces, to have an experiment with, and I am LOVING them so far!

Jack Daniels sauces

Ultimate lazy cooking with Jack Daniels sauces

This may be the easiest recipe EVER. However, if you want a dinner that is FULL of flavour, takes just one minute to prepare and will go down a storm with your loved ones then this is the meal for you.

I took a chicken and bacon joint, from Tesco, one that you can cook from frozen. Then I took half a jar of smokey sweet Jack Daniels sauce. I poured this all over the chicken, covered the tray with foil and popped it in the oven for 1 hour at gas mark 5 (190C). I then removed the foil, re-glazed the chicken with a spoon and the juices from the foil tray, and cooked it for another 15 minutes. Prior to serving I used a *meat thermometer to make sure that the chicken was cooked thoroughly. If you want to use a whole chicken it will take around 1 1/2 – 1 3/4 hours, depending on the size of the bird that you use.

Here is what the chicken looked like once it was cooked with Jack Daniels sauces:

What I cooked with Jack Daniels sauces

As you can see the Jack Daniels sauces make a lovely marinade. They are great for glazing meat, super simple to use and there is no hassle at all. It is really simple to bring lovely flavour to your mealtime, with minimal fuss.

When serving up our dinner I took the chicken out to carve it up. Then I served vegetables and airfryer roast potatoes alongside this meal. Finally I took the foil tray, with all of the leftover sauce and I poured this over our dinner. It made a delicious sauce and it would be loving on its own as a dipping sauce alongside pizza or as a marinade for steak.

There are a whole range of lovely Jack Daniels sauces so why not take a look for yourself. I have been really impressed with the one we used for this recipe, the smokey sweet one. Also, so far we have tried the full flavour smokey and the hot pepper. The hot pepper has a wonderful kick to it and this is perfect to have with chicken wings.

Overall I’ve been really pleased with the quality of the Jack Daniels sauces. They are simple to open, have a lovely kick to them, are a lovely marinade for meat and they give me a great way to get some nice flavour into mealtimes without spending ages slaving away in the kitchen.

Our dinner made with Jack Daniels sauces

Our dinner was lush!

7 Responses

  1. Deborah Nicholas October 29, 2017 / 9:39 am

    Oh i love these sauces, I do a mean pulled pork in the slow cooker with the original sauce but im loving the sound of the honey one. Definitely going to have to try that one!

    • katykicker October 29, 2017 / 4:37 pm

      Ooh I love the sound of the pulled pork – something for next week I think!

  2. Michelle Ross October 29, 2017 / 1:57 pm

    I haven’t tried any of the Jack Daniel sauces yet, but the honey one sounds fab. Will be giving it a try 🙂

    • katykicker October 29, 2017 / 4:35 pm

      They are absolutely delicious! Definitely worth a try!

  3. munchiesandmunchkins October 29, 2017 / 4:08 pm

    I love these sauces! Sweet and perfectly sticky. Great recipe and love the ease of cooking from frozen x

    • katykicker October 29, 2017 / 4:35 pm

      So convenient aren’t they – and so much flavour!

  4. five little doves October 29, 2017 / 6:57 pm

    We love Jack Daniels sauces! We use them mostly in the summer on the barbecue but when we use them in the winter I really get a taste of summer, sometimes it’s just what you need!

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