If you read along with our site for enough time, you’ll undoubtedly see a lot of chicken reviews and news. Well, if you’re a chicken nugget, burger or wing fan like we are, Sweet Baby Ray’s has a new sauce right up your alley. The brand new Ray’s Chicken Sauce offers a mix of sweet and, smoky which they reckon will soon become a must have sauce.
The sauce combines honey mustard with BBQ sauce and is expected to retail for $1.99-$2.69. And with the products launch comes a quick and east recipe to get going with the sauce right away. From their press release for the launch here’s a recipe for a simple sandwich aimed at tailgating season. What’s more Tag @SBRBBQ for a chance for Sweet Baby Ray’s to feature your dish.
Sweet Baby Ray’s Crispy Chicken and Bacon Sandwich
30-60 minutes, sServings: 3-4
Sweet Baby Ray’s Chicken Sauce
1 lb. chicken breast
Heat oil in a medium pan
Place buttermilk and flour and two separate shallow bowls. Set chicken in buttermilk so it’s fully submerged. Remove chicken and place in flour, flipping until fully covered.
Lay chicken in a medium pan with oil and fry on both sides for 5 minutes, until golden brown. Let cool.
On the brioche buns, place lettuce and fried chicken. Then drizzle on Sweet Baby Ray’s Chicken Sauce. Top with bacon, pickles and bun.
Serve with your favorite side and enjoy!
Image and recipe credit, Sweet Baby Ray’s.
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