12:16 PM Derek , 0 Comments
Regular readers of The "Q" Review will remember that the original Bone Suckin BBQ sauce is one of my absolute favorites. Bone Suckin has an unmatched reputation for quality BBQ sauce. So, despite my general distaste for mustard, I decided to use the sweet, hot mustard on grilled chicken drumsticks for our annual summer BBQ.
Bone Suckin' sauces are all natural. You won't find extra preservatives or high fructose corn syrup in any of their products. They sweeten their vinegar and mustard blend with brown sugar and molasses. It's even given a kick of jalapeno for spice. The thick texture is comparable with other premium mustards with the addition of visible jalapeno pieces.
I brushed the mustard on grilled chicken legs for this weekend's BBQ. I was pleasantly surprised with the flavor. It was also praised by our guests. Bone Suckin's Sweet Hot Mustard may be a little too spicy for children (or wimpy adults), but I felt the heat level was just about right. It's on par with a typical medium salsa.
Though the mustard worked well as a glaze for grilled chicken, I'm not sure that was the best application for the sauce. After tasting Bone Suckin's Sweet Hot Mustard, I would recommend it be used as a condiment or a dip. I may even put some on my hot dogs and hamburgers in the future. I won't say that I've been transformed into a mustard lover, but I'm certainly fond of the Bone Suckin' product line.
Bone Suckin sauces can be found at fine retailers all over the country. You can also purchase it online directly from source. Check out their website to view additional Bone Suckin products and recipes to put them to use.
Rating: 4 Stars ****