Pop a bag of popcorn of your liking. Simply open the bag make a few hefty shakes of Diamond Dale Spice in the bag. Shake, serve, and enjoy!
Trim the fat off of about ten thighs, peel the skin back, season the meat with Diamond Dale spice, fold the skin back down and place in your broiler pan. Then season the top of the thighs. No seasoning needed on the bottom of the thighs. Place the oven on 425°. Drain the grease twice over the next 45 minutes until skin is crispy, then serve and enjoy!
Pull the membrane off the back of the ribs. (I have found if you pull up one corner of the membrane you can grab it with a paper towel and rip it off) simply apply a generous helping of Diamond Dale’s Spice on both sides and cook your normal way and enjoy!
Make them your normal way and simply top them with Diamond Dale Spice for an added great flavor.
If possible buy marinated fajitas, coat both sides with Diamond Dale Spice and cook your normal way, You need no other spice.
Unwrap whole chicken in the sink, clip the wing ends off with kitchen scissors, clean out the neck and insides, may use the pieces for giblet gravy, then rinse the chicken completely and dab dry. Simply cover the chicken completely with Diamond Dale Seasoning. Take some baking string and tie the chicken together, then place in you rotisserie air fry oven, or in a conventional oven with drip pan for about forty five minutes or until inside temp reaches 175 degrees.
Country Fried Steak:
Buy some tenderized round steak or eye of round. Lay the steak on a platter so you can deliver a healthy coat of Diamond Dale seasoning to each side. Get your favorite large skillet and grease of your choosing and start preheating to 375 degrees. Get a large bowl and place 2 cracked eggs and 2cups of milk, Add a table spoon of DD spice, whisk heavily until smooth. Get a 1 gallon zip lock bag and add four cups of flour and 2 table spoons of DD spice, shake well. Simply dredge the meat through the milk and egg, then drop the meat in the flour bag and shake until the meat is coated well. Shake off excess flour and place in the preheated grease, frying on both sides until crispy, then remove and lay on serving tray and add a nice sprinkle of DD spice to finished product and serve.
Get 2 pounds of red potatoes and rinse well. I cut the potatoes in fours and boil until soft. Place in large serving bowl and add a stick of real butter, a nice sprinkle of DD spice and start mixing with electric mixer slowly, adding about 2 cups of milk until you reach the consistency of your liking. Simply add another nice sprinkle of DD spice on top and serve!
Quickie Pinto Beans:
Dump 2 cans of pinto beans in a sauce pan and place on the stove with about a seven setting. Add A 1/4 of a diced onion, 1/2 of a diced cilantro bush, 1/2 of tomato, and 1/2 a can of tomato sauce. Add a nice helping of DDspice, chili powder, cumin powder, garlic powder, and paprika. Bring to boil and then let simmer for about twenty minutes and serve.
Dump 1 cup of long grain white rice and 2 table spoons of butter in a Dutch oven. Place on the stove with about a 7 setting (70% heat) and brown rice in butter. Add a 1/4 of diced onion while browning. Next, turn down the burner to setting number 2 (20% heat) and add 2 cups of room temperature water, and 1/2 a can of tomato sauce. Add 1/2 of a diced tomato and 1/2 a cup of frozen peas and corn, along with a healthy sprinkle of DD spice, garlic powder, and cumin powder. Stir and cover with lid, simmer until rice is done and serve!