Contains cooking sauce, finishing sauce and spice pack. Makes 4+ meals. All natural. For skillet or slow cooker. Made right with brown sugar and molasses. Where it All Began: Stubb's original restaurant, Lubbock, Texas - est. 1968. Ladies and gentlemen, I'm a cook, is how C.B. (Stubb) Stubblefield introduced himself. But he was more than that; he loved making great tasting food on the grill or in the kitchen. Stubb was proud to put his heart and soul into every recipe and it was this passion that inspired Stub Cookin' Sauce Crafted with all natural, gluten-free ingredients. Stubb's Cookin' Sauce makes dinner tasty and simple by bringing the legendary flavors of Stubb's into your home. Made with love & happiness. Made with real ingredients. www.stubbsbbq.com. Born here. Since 1968. Certified gluten-free. Made in the USA.
12 oz (340 g) x 6
5 per pack
Slow Cooker: What You Need: 1.5 lbs. of pork butt and slider buns. 1. Rub pork butt with spice pack. 2. Place in slow cooker and pour in cooking sauce, cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours or high for 4-5 hours. 3. After cooking, drain liquid from slow cooker and shred pork with forks. 4. Pour finishing sauce over meat and heat on low for 30 minutes. Serve with your favorite extras. Skillet: What You Need: 1.5 lbs. of ground beef and slider buns. Place ground beef in skillet and shake spice pack over meat. 2. Add cooking sauce. 3. Cook beef until brown (Stubb's recommends following safe minimum cooking temperatures) and most of liquid is gone. 4. Pour finishing sauce over meat and heat on low until sauce is desired thickness. Serve with your favorite extras. More Ways To Enjoy: Use ground turkey or chicken instead of beef or pork. Add in extras like onions, pickles, slaw, jalapenos or bacon.
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