I recently had to try the new King's Hawaiian barbecue sauces. They released four different flavors including smoked bacon, sweet pineapple, Kona coffee and big island lava sauce. The sauces vary in their level of sweetness and spice with sweet pineapple being the most mild and big island lava sauce having the most heat (similar to sweet chili sauce). You can cook with these bottled sauces as you would any other barbecue sauce. I initially sampled them paired with pulled pork but you can certainly use them as a glaze for various meats or tofu, as they have in the recipe below, or pair them with burgers or toss it with freshly fried chicken wings. Have you tried these barbecue sauce? What did you think? Let us know in the comment section below.
BIG ISLAND LAVA GLAZED SESAME CHICKEN SANDWICH
Courtesy of King's Hawaiian
2 to 3 pounds Chicken breast, thinly cut
Sesame seeds, for garnish
1 package KING'S HAWAIIAN Original Hawaiian Sweet Hamburger Buns
1 bottle KING'S HAWAIIAN Big Island Lava Sauce Preparation
Step 1: Lightly season chicken with salt and pepper.
Step 2: Grill chicken. As chicken is cooking, use a basting brush to glaze each side of the chicken with King’s Hawaiian Big Island Lava BBQ Sauce.
Step 3: Toast King’s Hawaiian hamburger buns over indirect heat.
Step 4: Build your sandwich: Bottom bun, mayo, lettuce, tomato, chicken, sesame seed garnish, extra King’s Hawaiian Big Island Lava BBQ Sauce, top bun.
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