Gumbo with Jack Daniel’s® Habanero Barbecue Sauce and win the Jack Daniel’s® Sauce range

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If you’d like to give this a go or to try out the rest of the Jack Daniel’s® sauce and glaze range then you’re in luck as I’ve got a set of one of each of their varieties to give away. It includes a bottle of:

  • The limited edition Extra Hot Habanero Sauce
  • The limited edition Hot Pepper Steak Sauce
  • Full Flavor Smokey Barbecue Sauce
  • Smooth Original Barbecue Sauce
  • Smokey Sweet Barbecue Glaze

To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is leave me a comment telling me how you’d use them to spice up one of your dinner time favourites and record your entry in the rafflecopter widget. I think I fancy adding some Smokey Sweet Barbecue Glaze before oven baking chicken thighs. Sticky but good! You can also get the usual extra entries for tweeting etc and record them in the widget too. The giveaway will run until Monday 7th October 2013.
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Comments

  1. christy beckett says

    I would use smokey sweet on some pork for the children but I fancy thr hot pepper steak sauce on a juicy piece of rump.

  2. Deborah Quinn says

    Smokey Sweet Jacky D’s asmothered on my brisket, an old recipe from my Gran in The Southern state of Texas! This would just add style to a true classic

  3. lindy says

    with some mayo and French mustard, a dash of olive oil and a hint of the juice of a Satsuma. Mix it all together to make a sweet and spicy sauce for use with my tacos and tortillas. Or I would use it on some cheesy nachos while watching a movie!

  4. Sarah Morris says

    I would smother some belly pork rashers with the smokey sweet sauce… making myself very hungry thinking about it!!

  5. alison c says

    I would marinate some chicken thighs cook them up and then do them in a wrap with big chunky wedges – yum hungry just thinking about it !!

  6. Teresa Lee says

    I’d make crispy pork chops with onions, garlic, thyme, Jack Daniel’s® Extra Hot Habanero and serve with stuffed mushrooms/peppers.

  7. Gill Mitchell says

    I would add them to a new dish I just tried tonight which was basically chorizo, potatoes, onion and chickpeas fried into a pancake with egg on top. Lovely but needed a bit of a pep up, any of those delicious sauces would work

  8. Katarina Micallef says

    i’d use the sauce as a marinade for chicken, make chicken parcels and serve with Cajun rice and some extra sauce. Yum!

  9. Donna Davies says

    Mmm I’d use the smokey sweet jack daniels barbecue glaze on my chicken then shred it in a wrap with some sunblush tomatoes!

  10. Jenny Sample says

    I would put it in with meatballs & also bolognaise to give it a kick and a change from the normal (boring) tomato based ones!

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