Mert’s Ready To Cook and Ready To Eat Items

Mert’s Ready To Cook and Ready To Eat Items

Here is a list of Mert’s Ready To Cook Items currently.  All of these are an hour or less to cook and get to the table.
1. Julia’s Parmesan Herb Meatballs – brown and then finish cooking in your favorite pasta sauce
2. Lamb Kafta – pan fry, grill or oven bake – no more than 12-15 minutes
3. Mediterranean Lamb Burgers – pan fry, grill or oven bake – no more than 15-20 minutes – great with a yogurt topping
4. Salmon Mustard & Dill Burgers – grill (on aluminum foil – very delicate) or oven bake
5. Herb Stuffing, Gorganzola Cheese, Dried Cranberry Stuffed Chicken Breast – oven bake at 350 for about an hour (45 minutes covered, 15 minutes uncovered) internal temp should be about 180 – big enough for two
6. Bacon & Bleu Cheese, Herb Stuffing, Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Chicken Breast – oven bake uncovered at 350 for about an hour – internal temp should be about 180 – big enough for two
7. Spinach and Feta Cheese Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Chicken Breast – oven bake uncovered at 350 for about an hour – internal temp should be about 180 -big enough for two
8. Twice Baked Potatoes – Shirley’s favorite!  oven bake at 350 uncovered for 20 minutes – we make these ourselves!
9. Herb Stuffing, Gorganzola Cheese, Dried Cranberry Stuffed Pork Tenderloins – oven bake at 325 covered for about 20 minutes and then uncovered for about 10 minutes.  Internal temperature should be about 145
10. Bacon & Bleu Cheese Ground Chuck Patties – grill, pan fry, or oven bake
11. Cheddar & Bacon Ground Chuck Patties – grill, pan fry, or oven bake
12. Jalapeno & Cheddar Ground Chuck Patties – grill, pan fry, or oven bake
13. Pepper Jack Ground Chuck Patties – grill, pan fry, or oven bake
14. A freezer full of Seasoned Ultimate Burger patties – the list is long!

Following are Mert’s Ready To Eat Items.  Some are just open and eat – others are heat and eat:
1. Smoked Chicken Salad – great as an appetizer on crackers.  Shirley loves it on flat bread as a sandwich.
2. Smoked, Fully Cooked Pork Baby Back Ribs – heat in oven at 325 on rack with water underneath for about 20 minutes – if you want BBQ sauce, after the 20 minutes, brush on BBQ sauce on one side – allow to carmelize (about 5-7 minutes) then turn over and brush on BBQ sauce on the other side and allow that to carmelize (about another 5-7 minutes).  Finger licking wonderful!  The meat just falls off the bones!
3. Smoked, Fully Cooked Meat Sticks – several varieties – great with Mike’s Mustards or other “hot” mustards that we carry.
4. Smoked, Fully Cooked All Natural Pulled Pork – heat and then eat on flat bread, or pretzel rolls, or on French baguette bread – if you want BBQ sauce, add to it on the sandwich.  Also makes a great enchilada!
5. Smoked, Fully Cooked Weiners – plain and cheddar bacon – heat and eat!  Brown on the grill or under the broiler – but just to get heated through – they’re already cooked!  Add your favorite toppings.  These are 1/4 pounders!  One is enough for most people!

 

 

 

2 Comments:

  • Tia Twigg
    September 24, 2018

    What is the serving size and nutritional value of your smoked chicken salad and pulled pork? Both are heavenly!

    • sdecker
      September 26, 2018

      Hello Tia: smoked chicken salad is available in 8 oz and 16 oz packages and the smoked pulled pork is available in a 16 oz package. We do not have nutritional value information on these, but following are the ingredients:
      smoked chicken salad: smoked chicken breast, celery, granulated onion, Lawry’s garlic salt, mayonnaise.
      smoked pulled pork: pork, Brandon’s rub (paprika, brown sugar, salt, black pepper, cumin, oregano, cayenne.

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