Vegetable  & Side-dish Recipes

Junior Townsend's Gourmet French Fries

Pull a sack of french-fries out of the freezer and cook 'em the way you're s'posed to.

Then dip them in Kittawa Sprangs Dippin' Sauce before you eat 'em. 



Easy Baked Beans

Open a 31 oz. can of baked bean and drain the sauce off.

(Ours tastes better.)

Pour the beans into a pan.

Add ½ cup of Kittawa Sprangs Dippin' Sauce and a little brown sugar.

They will taste almost like a scout campout if you put a little liquid smoke in there too, but you don't have to.

If you like hot stuff like my grandma does, you might try putting some hot sauce in there too...

Warm them on the stove, bake them in the oven, or even cook them over an open fire.

They'll remind you of a campout!


 Kim's  Dip

1--8 ounce cream cheese

1/4  cup Dippin' Sauce

Mix   together and start dippin'.  For extra spice, add Tabasco or Cayenne to taste. 

Can be used with chips or your choice or vegetables of your choice.   

Fast and easy!!


Judi's  Heavenly Onion

Vidalia Onion 

Kittawa Sprangs Dippin' Sauce

Peel only the outer layer of the onion.  Pierce the sides of the onion to allow sauce to penetrate. 

Place in foil and cover the onion with sauce.  Wrap foil around the onion and sauce. 

Refrigerate overnight.

Take directly from refrigerator and grill in foil or place in 400 degree oven for about 1 hour.