Are you done aging your spirit in the newly bought used bourbon barrels?
Have you been wanting to try cooking new dishes with this home aged bourbon?
Well then! Your wait is over because we have some amazing recipes you could try at home!

Enjoy These Recipes with Barrel Aged Burbon!!!

  1. Cajun Sausage Puffs with Bourbon Mustard

Let’s start with the easy ones, yeah? You already know how to make pigs in a blanket, so now try out the adult version!

For your bourbon mustard, you want to heat the bourbon in a saucepan on medium heat until it warms up. Let the alcohol burn off (or let a small amount stay) and then mix it in with your mustard sauce.

Simple and yet yummy!

Enjoy your sausage puffs with your bourbon infused mustard.


  1. Bourbon Melted Onions in a Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Who wouldn’t love a cheese grilled sandwich with a little bit of a twist? In a pan cook shredded onions until they’re caramelized with salt, sugar, and pepper. Add a touch of bourbon aged in your used bourbon barrels to the pan and let it cook.

Place the mixture between a sweet layer of bread and cheddar cheese, grill it up in the same pan and you can light up your tastebuds once it cools down!

  1. Country Side Ribs with Apple Bourbon Barbeque Sauce

Mix salt, garlic powder, brown sugar, onion powder, cumin, paprika, black pepper, and cinnamon along with ginger in a small bowl. Rub the spices onto the ribs and let it marinate for about 5 minutes.

Grill ‘em up traditionally or on a gas griller until they look charred. Glaze it with some barbeque sauce infused with bourbon while on the grill. Once they’re all cooked serve with a side of the barbeque and bourbon sauce.

It’s a definite crowd pleaser.

  1. Black Pepper Biscuit with Molasses Butter

Whisk up some bourbon and cinnamon with molasses in a saucepan. Cover it up and let them boil for two minutes on low heat. Once the mixture has cooled you want to turn it into a smooth puree.

All you’re left to do now is serve the butter with flaky and delicious biscuits.

  1. Spinach Salad with a Secret

Maybe salads don’t sound too appealing. But with bourbon? Yummy…

Heat up the bourbon aged in your used bourbon barrels until it’s reduced to about 2 teaspoons and let it chill in the refrigerator. Add olive oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and the bourbon reduction into the mixture of spinach, blue cheese, cooked bacon, radishes, and pecans.

Interesting, right?


  1. Chicken Liver Toasts and Date Jam with Herb Salad

After marinating the chicken liver in milk and spices overnight, you want to toast it with oil or butter, salt, and pepper. On and off the heat, add bourbon to let Add bourbon to the pan and let it reduce. Cooked onions and thyme make a great puree to go with the toast.

  1. Chilli and Bourbon

Pick out the biggest pot you have and fill it with beef, 1/4 cup of bourbon, sage, garlic, and oregano. Let the beef cook and become its well known brown color and set it aside for future use. You want to discard the juices from this mixture before you make the chili.

Start by using the recipe your grandma gave you for chili and in the end, right before you serve it hot, add the mixture of beef and let it simmer for a minute.
In a small bowl serve with a mint leaf.

  1. Oysters with Brown Sugar Chipotle Butter

Solely mix brown sugar, salt and pepper, garlic, bourbon aged in your used bourbon barrels, chile, and butter in a bowl and make into a smooth mixture. Broil some oysters in the oven after pouring the sauce over them with a little bit of oyster sauce.

Once done, serve them hot and delicious.


  1. Pan Roasted Clams (Bacon, Bourbon, and Jalapeno)

In a large skillet, you want to cook your bacon until it’s brown. Put it all into a plate and add garlic and chopped shallots into the same skillet. Stir them occasionally to avoid them being stuck to the base. Now you want to add the clams and bourbon and let it simmer in the heat. After that add the clam broth, cover with a lid, and let it all cook for about 7 minutes.

Voila! Serve the dish with cream, jalapenos, parsley, and bacon.

  1. Bourbon Scallops

If you want a summertime snack, bourbon scallops are the best choice. All you need is butter, brown sugar, cayenne pepper, bourbon, and olive oil to create the sauce that the scallops will absorb and add a kick with its sweet and peppery flavor.

  1. Beef Bourguignonne Pot Pie

In a big pot add your beef with vegetables, olive oil, and the spices to let it heat. Once cooked, add bourbon aged in your impressive used bourbon barrels to a pot where your vegetables are cooking in the broth. Simmer it for two minutes after adding butter and covering it up.

Add the mixture to the pastry base and cover it with beautiful designs. Bake until the perfect shade of gold and serve hot!


  1. Cauliflower Corn in Bourbon Butter

Two super healthy vegetables in a dish that features your favorite spirit. Already sounds delicious.

All you have to do is saute the corn and cauliflower in a sauce of butter that has been cooked with bourbon. With some salt, pepper, and parsley, this dish is simple and elegant.

  1. Bourbon Sweet Potatoes

You could easily eat this as a side dish with any of your meat-based meals. Marinate the sweet potato wedges in bourbon, sugar, salt, and pepper, and place the tray into a preheated oven for about 1.5 hours. Make sure you keep tossing the wedges around, so they don’t stick to the base.

  1. Oxtail Soup with Onions and Barley

In a skillet with oil, cook the oxtail on each side, very carefully. In the same vessel, once you’ve placed the meat on a plate, you want to cook your shallots, vegetables, and spices with bourbon aged in your used bourbon barrels. Once everything is boiled go ahead and add the meat and let it absorb all the flavors.

Heat it up before serving to the guests.


  1. Mission Figs Cooked in Rare Cask Macallan-coffee syrup, Served with Smoked Mozzarella Olive Oil and Basil

You want to tag a pot to boil the whiskey, but make sure that you put it on a low flame. Add figs, maple syrup, sugar, vanilla, and coffee to the pot and let it simmer for about 30 minutes. Once the figs are cooked through, serve them with a garnish of black pepper, olive oil, and a bit of sea salt.

Enjoy the fusion dish with friends and family.

  1. Maple Banana Bourbon Pudding Cake

Mash up bananas and sugar together and gently add eggs and milk to the mixture. Bake the cake as you would usually and also add a heated mixture of sugar, maple syrup, and bourbon. No need to stir the mixture as the drizzle will ultimately spread uniformly throughout the pudding.

  1. Bacon Jam

Cooked until they’re crispy, the bacon will be cut into tiny little pieces. In the same pan cook shallots and garlic with mustard, chili powder, and ginger. Once all this is sautéd, you can add bourbon from the stalk of spirit you’ve aged in your used bourbon barrels. Oh and don’t forget to add brown sugar and vinegar to the mix. Crush all the ingredients to form a nice sweet and spicy jam.

  1. Coconut Chocolate Sunday

Imagine this, a scoop of ice cream is covered in shredded coconut with butterscotch spiked with bourbon and topped with crunchy chocolate. The process is pretty simple. Mix butterscotch sauce with a teaspoon of bourbon and serve the dessert of kings.


  1. Bourbon Balls

In a bit of a tedious job, you’re going to have to mix cream, bourbon, and vanilla to a mixture of pound cake, pecans, and chocolate. Once all the ingredients come together, you want to refrigerate it until it can be scooped out and formed into balls.

Finally, cover them up with chocolate sprinkles and serve!

Here are a few more recipes you can try out!

  • Chilli Glazed Salmon
  • Peach Glazed in Bourbon on a Braised Skillet
  • Bacon Bourbon Brownies with Pecans
  • Bourbon Cranberry Bread Pudding
  • Cherry Bourbon Ice Cream
  • Double Bourbon Pecan Pudding
  • Chocolate Bourbon Tart

Phew! That was a long list, wasn’t it?

Grab your used bourbon barrels, age your bourbon in it, and get cooking.

Okay, fair enough. It’s a long process, but you’ve read the recipes! You know how tempting they are! So why not?

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