Tonight’s another night when the meat isn’t thawed for dinner. After running from dance class to playdates, there isn’t much time to grocery shop and make a nice meal. Thankfully, I have some Tony Roma’s BBQ. This delicious food is quick and simple to prepare in your home kitchen. To make meal preparation on busy nights even easier, you won’t even end up with pans to clean.
Southern BBQ You Can Make At Home
Recently, Tony Roma’s revolutionized the way you prepare BBQ. Now, making delicious, mouthwatering Southern BBQ in your home is the most convenient it’s ever been. You can make the BBQ in the one-step aluminum pan that it comes in using the peel-away plastic seal. This process saves time and effort and makes preparing the food even more simple than it has been. The restaurant-quality, delectable food comes in regionally inspired flavors, such as Memphis Dry Rub Ribs, Kentucky Bourbon Pork Steaks, Texas Pulled Brisket and Memphis Rubbed Pulled Pork. To get a good idea of how this cooking system works, I tried out the baby back ribs, pulled pork, and boneless spare ribs.
These three, ready-to-eat meals made a huge difference in keeping my family happy on busy nights. All of the meals were simple to make and tasted delicious. First, I tried out the baby back ribs. Since I had a long day, my generous husband offered to prepare dinner. Even though so little preparation was required, the gesture was thoughtful. All he had to do was take off the lid, preheat the oven, and check the timer, but it was more than I felt like doing! We paired the ribs with some potato skins. The meal was plenty to fill my entire family. We split it four ways, and we were happy, full and completely satisfied.
Since the first meal was so delicious, we couldn’t wait to try the last two. I picked up some soft potato rolls and coleslaw at the store beforehand to prepare for the meal. My husband and kids surprised me with some tasty, homemade, all-American deviled eggs. This was the perfect combination for dinner with the slow smoked pulled pork and boneless spare ribs.
The pork sandwiches were some of the best I’ve had. I loved the classic taste. Even though I barely wanted to stop eating the sandwiches, there was enough pork left over for lunch the next day. My kids adored the sweet flavor of the boneless spare ribs.
Since my kids are three and six, it was smart to feed them boneless ribs. They had no trouble eating it because they didn’t have to pick the meat off a bone. Even picky Georgiana loved the taste of the ribs. She’s not adventurous at all with her palate, but she loved the sweet Southern BBQ sauce.
What is your favorite, go-to meal on busy nights? Is the meal something that your kids love? Share in the comments section below!
I received a free item, but it in no way influenced my opinion!