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Who doesn’t love an easy dinner! I know on a busy day there’s not many things I appreciate more then a product that will help me make something for the family without spending hours in the kitchen. Recently I learned about a new product called McCormick Skillet Sauces. It’s a sauce designed to help folks make a tasty dinner in a short amount of time. Basically, an easy dinner. Grab your skillet and follow the instructions on these sauces and in 15 minutes you’ll have an easy and tasty meal.
There are several varieties available:
- Fajita with Roasted Chili, Garlic & Lime Skillet Sauce
- Fire Roasted Garlic Chili Skillet Sauce
- Sesame Chicken Stir-Fry Skillet Sauce
- Sicilian Chicken with Tomato, Basil & Garlic Skillet Sauce
- Smoky Applewood BBQ Chicken with Bacon Skillet Sauce
- Sweet & Smoky Sloppy Joes Skillet Sauce
- Taco with Chipotle & Garlic Skillet Sauce
The first variety of Skillet Sauce that I tried is the Sloppy Joe Skillet Sauce. The sauces come in easy-to-open packets that are found in the same aisle in Walmart as the spices.
Sloppy Joe Skillet Sauce is super easy to use, nothing complicated at all.
You brown your ground beef and then stir in the Sloppy Joe sauce. That’s it! Serve it up however you serve up your Sloppy Joes.
My son had his on a roll. I added some cheese to mine.
The sauces are so easy to use that they could easily be used as a part of another dish or recipe. Case in point. I made a double batch of the Sloppy Joe Sauce. We had some of it on buns, as seen above. In the other room I had a teen with guests that was asking for pizza. Guess what I did? I made a Sloppy Pizza!
I already had the Skillet Sauce ready. So I grabbed some refrigerated pizza dough out of the fridge and rolled it out.
I put the cooked Sloppy Joe mixture on top of the pizza dough and then sprinkled some mozzarella cheese on top of that.
I baked for few more minutes (according to the dough package) and we had a yummy Sloppy Pizza!
Two nights later we made the chili. That sauce requires you to have a little more on hand – ground beef, beans and tomatoes. The chili was good. The gret thing about it was that it was easy to customize. My oldest loves hot and spicy things so it’s an brainer to add his favorite ingredients such as hot sauce to give the chili some heat. I have the Smoky Applewood BBQ Chicken with Bacon Skillet Sauce on hand and will be trying that later this week.
I really appreciated the convenience of the McCormick Skillet Sauces. There was no measuring or anything, really all I had to do was toss everything into the pan and stir. Easy peasy!
Which variety of McCormick Skillet Sauce would you try first?