While it may feel like we were just making halloweenies, the end of the year is almost here! Looking for fun, festive, and unique alcohol-infused foods to kick off the new year with a bang? Booze Dogs has your back. From the best liquor meat & deli designers, here are three New Year's Eve smoked meat recipes to start your year off with a bang!
Boozy Jerky Omelet Shooting Stars
We know what you’re thinking…eggs for the holidays? But hear us out! By cutting these omelets into star-shaped savory bites, you can take a boring breakfast to a whole new level. If you’re looking to step up your omelet game while getting into the festive spirit, look no further than this smoked meat recipe.
Prep time: 15 mins
Ingredients: This boozy jerky recipe calls for just four ingredients, all of which you can find at any grocery store or convenience store. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Two eggs
- One tablespoon of milk
- One tablespoon of butter
- Half a cup of Booze Dogs Jerky
- Start by prepping your boozy jerky. Cut it into bite-sized pieces and set aside.
- Crack two eggs into a bowl and mix them with one tablespoon of milk until they are light yellow and frothy.
- Heat one tablespoon of butter in a skillet over medium heat. Once the butter has melted and starts to sizzle, add in your egg mixture and cook for about two minutes until the edges become firm but not browned.
- Add your jerky pieces into the center area of your omelet and fold over each side so that they meet in the middle, creating an envelope shape. Let this cook for another minute until everything is cooked through and lightly golden brown on both sides.
- Press a star-shaped cookie cutter into the omelets.
- Slide your finished omelet onto a plate and enjoy! You can top it off with freshly chopped herbs or cheese if desired (optional).
Try it once, and this eggcellent spin on a skillet staple will have your friends and family begging for more again and again. Want to up the wow factor? Our best liquor meat & deli designers say skewer them with sparklers!
Morcon Alcoholic Hot Dogs
What if sushi was made with red meat? Enter, Morcon. Traditionally eaten during Christmas and New Year’s, Morcon is a Filipino meat-wrapped, meat-filled, delicacy. It may be a little time-consuming, but add our alcoholic hot dogs to this smoked meat recipe, and your dish will be anything but a dud.
Prep time: 2 hrs
- 2 lbs beef eye of round or flank steak 3/4 inch thick in one piece
- 2 pieces beef cubes dissolved in 3 cups boiling water beef stock or broth
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 piece lemon
- 1/2 cup soy sauce
- 1 piece medium-sized carrot cut into long strips
- 1/2 cup flour
- 1/2 cup cooking oil
- 4 pieces Booze Dogs alcoholic hot dogs cut in half lengthwise
- 2 pieces pickled dill cucumber cut lengthwise divided into 4 equal pieces
- 3 pieces hard-boiled eggs sliced
- 3 ounces cheddar cheese cut in strips (about 1/2 inch thick)
- Marinate the beef in soy sauce and lemon juice for at least 1 hour.
- Place the beef on a flat surface, putting the hotdogs, pickles, carrots, cheese, and eggs on one side.
- Roll the beef encasing the fillings and tie it with a cooking string to ensure that the meat will stay closed and secure.
- Place cooking oil in a pan on medium heat.
- Coat the rolled beef in flour and fry until the color of the outer part turns medium brown.
- Transfer the fried rolled beef to a casserole dish. Then, pour in the beef broth and bring to a boil.
- Pour half of the soy sauce-lemon juice marinade, salt, and simmer until the beef is tender. This will be about 2 hours if using an ordinary casserole dish or 30 minutes with a pressure cooker.
- Remove the strings and slice them into servings.
- Place on a serving tray dish with sauce.
Ta-da! Our best liquor meat & deli designers may not be able to speak [Tagalog](https://asianstudies.cornell.edu/research/tagalog-filipino#:~:text=“Are Filipino and Tagalog%2FPilipino,have very similar grammatical structures.), but no worries-good food needs no translating. Not only is this dish fun to make, but its history and background also make for a great conversation starter.
Cranberry Bourbon and Burger Meat Tacos
If you love our best liquor meat & deli bourbon burgers, then this easy smoked meat recipe is for you! The combination of cranberries, spice, fresh vegetables, bourbon and burger will light up your tastebuds like fireworks in the night sky. Speaking of, not only are these tacos tasty, but they’re full of color, too.
Prep Time: 30 mins
- 2 lbs ground Booze Dogs Bluetick Bourbon Burger
- 8 soft tortillas
- 1 large tomato diced
- 1/2 cup shredded lettuce
For the Cranberry Salsa:
- 12 ounces cranberries
- 1 jalapeno seeded
- 1 bunch of cilantro
- 4-5 green onions
- 1 teaspoon salt
- ½ cup sugar
- 2 limes juiced
- Assemble your tacos.
- Add all salsa ingredients to the blender. Pulse until desired consistency.
- Drizzle your cranberry sauce over your tacos.
There you have it! These savory, spicy, south-of-the-border bourbon and burger meat tacos are easy to make and sure to please even the pickiest eaters at the fiesta.
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From omelets to cultural favorites, we hope these smoked meat recipes have sparked some ideas for your New Year’s Eve smorgasbords. Looking for more recipe ideas? Searching for the best liquor meat & deli supplier? You’re in the right spot. We put out blogs monthly! To learn more about how to purchase our alcohol-infused meats, visit our website today.