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Koss Sauce Holiday Recipes Cheesy Kossy Sauce Dip

Ingredients: 1/2 roll of Jimmy Dean hot sausage, browned and blotted 6 tablespoons Koss Sauce 1 block (16 oz. ) Velveeta cheese, cubed 1 small onion ,finely diced Chips of your choice Directions: Combine Velveeta, Koss Sauce and diced onion is microwave safe bowl. Microwave for 2 minutes. Remove from microwave and stir. Place back into microwave for 2 more minutes.Remove once again, stir. If not completely melted,microwave for one more minute. Remove, add sausage, stir once again. Serve with chips or tortilla chips.    

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Holiday recipes Koss Sauce Glaze for ham

Ingredients: 3/4 cup Koss Sauce 1&1/2 tablespoons dijon mustard Directions: Mix ingredients.Brush evenly over ham. Cover and bake ham. Once done, remove ham and uncover. Brush ham once again with Koss Sauce glaze. 

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Grilled Ham Steaks with pineapple,brown sugar and Koss Sauce

Grilled Ham Steak with grilled pineapple slices Ingredients: Ham steaks. You may use the larger steak that can be cut in half or buy the individual size. I use Smithfield individual ham steaks. medium size can pineapple slices,drained 1/2-1 cup dark brown sugar Directions You may prepare on grill outside, but I used portable griddle/grill for stovetop use. Grill ham steaks until warmed through, approximately 4 minutes per side. Time depends on heat of your grill .I like to grill until grill marks develop on steaks. Remove steaks and put on platter. Rub each pineapple slice with brown sugar. You may prepare ahead of time. Grill each pineapple slice approximately 2 minutes on each side. Once again, I like the...

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Southern style Fish Tacos

Fish Tacos Ingredients: fresh fish baked or fried. You may also use a frozen fish product . I used Mrs. Pauls fish fillets. coleslaw(homemade or store bought) stand and serve hard taco shells Koss Sauce Directions: Prepare fresh fish by baking or frying. If using frozen fish fillets, cook according to package directions. Warm  taco shells slightly. Blot fish with a paper towel to remove any excess grease. Layer ingredients into shells.  First layer fish, then coleslaw, followed by drizzling Koss sauce. ***you may layer in any order you prefer. You may also substitute lettuce and diced tomatoes for coleslaw.  

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