Month: July 2020

Old Mule Baby Back Ribs

Start with Pork Baby Back Ribs (allow at least 1 pound per person). Coat the ribs heavily with Old Mule Sauce (notice WE say “heavily!”). Place the ribs in oven bags available from most grocery stores and seal according to the bag directions (DO NOT use regular plastic bags. This would be very bad). Bake …

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“Mule” Roast

OK, we don’t really recommend roasting mule. But Deedie from Shelby, NC recommended we try this. We did and it was delicious. Start with a nice plump roast (venison, beef, lamb, or pork…we used eye of round beef roast). Pour some Old Mule Sauce in the bottom of a crockpot. Coat the roast with some …

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Meatballs a la Mule

This is great for party platters during the holidays, tailgating or a for the dinner table. Start with your favorite meatball recipe or you can use ours as follows: 1 1/2 lbs of ground beef (or ground whatever!)1/4 c minced onions1/2 c bread crumbs1 egg1 tsp salt1 Tablespoon garlic pepper1/4 cup Old Mule Sauce Combine …

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“Mule” Burgers

Ingredients: Don’t panic! This is not as radical as it sounds. Many of our friends told us they tried this and really enjoyed it. It adds something a little different to your cookout. Mix a little Old Mule Sauce in with your ground meat (beef, turkey or venison) before you make the patties. Then cook …

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Old Mule Pizza

Ingredients: 1 pizza dough (fresh or can)8 ounces (more or less) grated Monterey Jack cheese6-8 ounces cooked and shredded boneless chicken breast1 medium Vidalia onion (sliced)1 cup (more or less) Old Mule Spread the pizza dough on a pizza pan following instructions on the package. We sprinkled a little garlic pepper on the pan under …

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“Mule” Wings

Ingredients: Some well meaning (but less informed) people some times refer to these as “buffalo wings.” By any name they’re good. Start with as many wings (actually chicken wings) as you wish. Place on a pan and bake in the oven for 30 minutes at 350F. Remove from oven, baste with Old Mule and grill …

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“Mule” Beans

Ingredients: 2 cans pork & beans (15 or 31 oz)1 to 1 1/2 cups OLD MULE1/2 cup chopped onions (opt.) Coat shallow dish (9×13) with a vegetable spray. Pour one can of beans into the dish. Spread 1/2 cup of sauce on top of beans. Sprinkle with onions. Pour the second can of beans on …

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“Mule” Royale

Ingredients: A 2 pound london broil1/4 cup honey1/2 cup vegetable oil1 tablespoon sugar2 teaspoons garlic pepper3/4 cup Old Mule Sauce Place the London Broil in a flat dish. Combine ingredients and pour over meat. Allow to marinate overnight or 8-10 hours. Turn several times. Grill approximately 5-7 minutes on each side or to taste. Try …

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Chili a la “Mule”

Ingredients: 3 lbs ground beef, venison or turkey3 T minced onions, 3 T garlic pepper6 oz cans of tomato paste and tomato sauce15 oz cans black beans and kidney beans28 oz can diced tomatoes3-4 cups of water depending on thickness you prefer3 T chili powderOLD MULE: 3/4 cup for flavor or 1 – 1 1/2 …

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“Mule” Loaf

Ingredients: 1 lb ground beef or turkey3/4 cup OLD MULE1/2 cup bread crumbs1 egg2 T minced onions Mix all ingredients. Place 2 T OLD MULE in the bottom of dish & put meat mixture on top. Bake at 375F for approximately 45 minutes. Remove from oven and top meat with a thin layer of OLD …

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