Speakeasy Seasoned Salt Recipes and Customer Pics
Speakeasy Seasoned Salt Recipes and Recommendations - Customers have reported using this spice on almost anything. Our favorites include hamburgers, fries, eggs, grilled vegetables, corn on the cob and salads. The possibilities are endless!
- Prime Rib - Bootleg Style!
- Bootleg Ribs on the Smoker and Grill Recipes
- Bootleg Chicken Wings
- Bootleg Speakeasy Seasoned Salt Pretzels
- Bootleg Bacon Fried Chicken Tenders (video)
- Speakeasy Seasoned Salt Potato and Caramelized Onion Soup
- Bootleg Dry Rub Wings (video)
- Bootlegger Beer Cheese Soup #1
- Bootlegger Beer Cheese Soup #2
- Speakeasy Tomato Tart made with puff pastry
- Loaded Baked Potato Soup
- Bootleg Fries
Customer Recommendations - Here are some pics submitted by customers on using the Bootleg Speakeasy Season Salt. Please keep the pics coming! Send an email or fill out the contact form. Please include your food pictures and a brief description of how you used the Bootleg products.
Caprese Salad - Bootleg Speakeasy Seasoned Salt sprinkled on fresh picked tomatoes, basil, fresh mozzarella with aged balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Makes a great start to any meal!
Speakeasy Seasoned Salt Skirt Steak - Speakeasy Seasoned Salt skirt steak served two ways. Skirt steak with the bacon wrapped shrimp plus skirt steak as a protein on a salad. submitted by Carrie
Speakeasy and Outlaw Surf & Turf Steak and mushrooms - Sous vide steak with Bootleg Speakeasy Seasoned Salt, Portabella mushrooms and creamy cucumbers with Bootleg Outlaw Surf & Turf. Homemade pull apart garlic cheese bread!! Perfect meal for two!
Sous Vide lamb chop - seasoned with Speakeasy Seasoned Salt & Rum Runner 6 and creamed asparagus seasoned with Outlaw Surf & Turf. Delicious!
Ground round steak seasoned with Speakeasy Seasoned Salt.
Speakeasy Sloppy Joes - Here is a twist on a sloppy joe and chips. Rosemary focaccia bread for the bun. Steamed, then smashed and fried baby potatoes seasoned with Speakeasy Seasoned Salt and topped with parmesan cheese.
Speakeasy Ribeye Steak - Ribeye seasoned with Speakeasy Seasoned Salt, served with Vidalia onion beef Au Jus.
Speakeasy Sous Vide Pork Dinner - Speakeasy Seasoned Salt Sous Vide pork loin commercial sandwich! Going back to the day when this was a staple!! Pork way better Sous Vide. Really good!! Makes you remember all the days at Grandmas house.
Speakeasy Hotdish - Take your favorite hot dish and add Speakeasy Seasoned Salt to it instead of salt. Adds a unique flavor!
Speakeasy Seasoned turkey pot pie! Instead of using salt in your recipe use Speakeasy Seasoned Salt to add extra flavors like onion, garlic and paprika.
Chicken Tenders - seasoned with Bootleg Rum Runner 6 and Speakeasy Seasoned Salt with blue cheese and BBQ dipping sauce. Submitted by Jim
Chicken Parmesan - Add Speakeasy Seasoned Salt to your Chicken Parmesan batter to add unique taste to a traditional dish.
Speakeasy Chicken - submitted by Dawn
Wasn’t sure what to put on the chicken tonight with our oriental recipe. So I went with bootleg speak easy seasoning! Thanks for creating this seasoning!
Speakeasy Pork Ribs - submitted by Julie
Smoked ribs on a Traeger smoker seasoned with Speakeasy Seasoned Salt. They were amazing!
Trout seasoned with Bootleg spices - submitted by Greg and Steph
Delicious- Trout made with butter, garlic, rosemary, bacon, Bootleg Barrelhouse Blend and Bootleg Outlaw Surf & Turf. The veggies are made with butter, garlic, Bootleg Speakeasy Seasoned Salt and Bootleg Outlaw Surf & Turf.
Speakeasy Tomato Tart made with puff pastry. Check out the recipe.
Chicken dinner! - submitted by Goldie
Chicken dinner seasoned with both the Bootleg Outlaw Surf & Turf and Speakeasy Seasoned Salt.
Bootleg Speakeasy Season Salt Chicken - Submitted by Kris
Speakeasy Season Salt eggs with Forbidden hickory smoked bacon. Submitted by Harvey
Speakeasy Seasoned Salt Fries. Submitted by Ken
Fried potatoes with onions, Bootleg Prohibition Pig rub and Speakeasy Season Salt. Submitted by Joann
Loaded baked potato soup with Speakeasy Season Salt. Click here for the recipe. Submitted by Jody