22 Personalized Meat Church Recipes That Are Hard To Miss Out On!

22 Meat Church Recipes

A good meat recipe is complete with meat seasoning. The delicious spice blend on the top amplifies any dish and takes it to an all-new level of taste, flavor, and adventure. 

Do you know what converts a bland dish into a gourmet meal? It’s the right selection of spices. Well, I prefer Meat Church spices because of their exclusive flavors and diversity in spices. 

People sometimes may get confused about where to use a certain spice mix, so here’s a collection of Meat Church recipes from my personal diary for you guys to try out. Savor the delectable meal with an exotic amalgamation of spices.

1. Pulled Pork

The smoky pulled pork or pork shoulder is one recipe to relish at any time of the day or week. It’s easy to make, and the recipe is delicious that one can’t resist the temptations. 

In this recipe, the pork is rubbed with Meat Church Honey Hog Hot Rub and Meat Church The Gospel. These two spices impart a real flavor. The pork is then smoked and further spritzed with apple cider vinegar to ensure the meat remains juicy throughout. 

Ensure that the meat doesn’t get a rubbery texture and is cooked well with the spices.

2. Baby Back Ribs 

Who doesn’t love juicy ribs smothered in sauces and spices? Well, I certainly do, and that’s the reason this Baby Back Ribs recipe is one of my favorites. 

All you need is Baby Back Ribs, Meat Church’s Honey Bacon BBQ, Meat Church Dia de la Fajita, apple cider vinegar, and your favorite sauce (can be BBQ or hot sauce). The ribs are rubbed with Meat Church spices and then cooked for a while. 

You take the ribs out, and then rub it with a mixture prepared from brown sugar and a sauce of your choice. Put it back, cook it, and Voilà! Those delicious ribs are ready. Make sure you don’t burn them in the multiple-step process. 

3. Smoked Turkey Breast

You can get enough smoked recipes to fill up the list. This is another smoked recipe that incorporates a turkey lobe flavored with Meat Church Holy Cow and Meat Church Bird Bath Poultry Brine.

The turkey is initially placed in a Brine bag which has water and Meat Church Bird Bath Poultry Brine. It’s then rubbed with spices and cooked for a while. The star ingredient of this recipe is a glaze prepared from honey, mustard, and Meat Church Holy Cow. 

You can choose to ignore this step but trust me, a shiny, smooth, glaze turkey breast is all you need. Adjust the amount of honey as per your preference. 

4. Smoked Prime Rib

Do you know where the name prime rib comes from? The name prime rib indicates that the rib came from the same part where the ribeye lies. A smoked prime rib coated in gourmet garlic and herb gives a different experience altogether. 

For binding purposes, you require Worcestershire sauce, then season the rib with Meat Church Holy Cow Rub. The other side goes the gourmet seasoning, and then you smoke the meat. 

Make sure that you are basting the rib with Worcestershire sauce in intervals to ensure that the meat gets cooked properly. 

5. Smoked Queso 

During the pandemic, the queso got viral to another extent, and that’s when I decided to make my own Queso. If you are someone who hasn’t tried making queso yet, this is your sign to make this appetizing creamy meal.

For Queso, you would require Velveeta cheese, smoked gouda, rotel, the cream of jalapeño soup, Meat Church Holy Voodoo seasoning, and tubs of sausages. You cook everything in a way ensuring that the creamy texture stays intact. 

If you don’t have a certain ingredient, you can choose an alternative to it, like you can go for Meat Church Holy Cow seasoning. 

6. Birria Tacos 

Who can have Tacos on any day? Well, it’s definitely me. I know you might be thinking that I almost like everything. But who can say no to meat-filled tacos drenched in spices? 

Birria Tacos are primarily made from goat, but you can substitute it with beef, as I do sometimes, depending on the availability. One of the secret ingredients of this recipe is the Adobo sauce prepared from onions, tomatoes, ancho chiles, and much more. 

The combination of this flavorful sauce along with meat and Meat Church Holy Cow brings out the delicious Birria Tacos topped with cheese and cilantro. 

7. Pastrami Brisket & Texas Reuben Sandwich

One of the most unique recipes that I enjoy cooking the most is Pastrami Brisket & Texas Reuben Sandwich. If you are patient with your cooking, this recipe is for you. 

The Pastrami Brisket is prepared by brining the brisket for about 7–10 days, depending on the size. Once done, it’s cooked, and then the sandwich preparation begins. 

Further, the two elements of this meal require time to cook on their own and then assemble to form a delectable and juicy appetizer. You would require yellow mustard as a binder. 

8. Brisket Chili 


A spicy recipe with two briskets will leave you stunned. It has the perfect spiciness and flavor with two briskets – ground and smoked. 

A brisket chili is prepared by combining tomatoes, garlic, briskets, and chipotle in Adobo sauce and Meat Church Texas Chili Seasoning. If you want to opt for a different seasoning other than Meat Church Holy Cow, then this is one of the best. 

The spice comes from the seasoning. You can garnish the dish with cheese and serve it with hot tortillas. 

9. Beer Can Chicken

Were you waiting for a recipe involving alcohol? This recipe is for all the alcohol fanatics out there. Beer Can Chicken is one of the easiest and tastiest Meat Church recipes. 

You bind your chicken with spices like Meat Church The Gospel and garlic herbs. When you go ahead to season it with beer, make sure it’s warm. Otherwise, the chicken’s inside might take a longer time to cook. 

Also, the sauce can be added in the end so that it doesn’t while cooking. The process is fairly easy and gives you a good juicy seasoned chicken to pair with your favorite alcohol. 

10. Grilled Salmon

Meat seasoning goes really well on a grilled salmon too. This recipe is living proof that grilled salmon with Meat Church spices and butter tastes heavenly. 

You start by coating your salmon with Meat Church Honey Dog and then cook it. Meanwhile, prepare the butter-maple mixture, glaze, and add it in the last few minutes. 

A perfectly seasoned and glazed, delicious salmon would be ready to serve. You can also substitute the Meat Church Honey Dog with Deez Nuts Honey Pecan. Grill your salmon well, and don’t overcook it. 

11. Carne Guisada

Carne Guisada, a popular Texas beef stew made with the goodness of veggies and Meat Church seasonings. It’s a thick gravy stew that is served with rice.

You can choose your choice of veggies. I prefer bell peppers and tomatoes. Further, I have used two Meat Church seasonings – Meat Church Holy Cow and Meat Church Chili Seasoning. Combine your chuck roast, beef, tomato paste, veggies, seasonings, and then stir in the flour. 

The flour makes the gravy thick and scrumptious. You can also opt for a substitute of the Meat Church Chili Seasoning but trust me, this one adds in great flavor.

12. Bourbon BBQ Wings 

What can possibly go wrong with bourbon-infused BBQ wings? Just the thought of wings makes my mouth drool. Imagine with the combination of BBQ sauce and Bourbon; this taste would amplify on another level. 

Bourbon BBQ wings follow the same process when it comes to cooking the meat. You have to season your wings before cooking with Meat Church Holy Gospel seasoning and then let them cook for a while. 

The sauce mixture is prepared from BBQ sauce, mustard, and Bourbon. Glaze the chicken during the last few minutes and cook for another 4–5 minutes. Your juicy chicken wings are ready to eat. 

13. Pork Belly Burnt Ends

Don’t go by the name. There’s nothing burnt here, but rather a delicious glazy pork recipe that has everyone’s favorite – BBQ sauce. 

This Meat Church recipe uses Meat Church Honey Hog to season the skinless bite-sized pork, and then further, you prepare a glazy mixture of BBQ sauce and pepper jelly rib candy. Adjust the proportion as per your liking. 

Make sure the sauce gets caramelized on the pork, and savor it with your fresh veggies. 

14. Crab Stuffed Jalapeño Poppers

I have the perfect appetizer recipe for your quest gatherings. Yes, they are the crab-stuffed Jalapeño Poppers. The crunchiness of the outside, when combined with the delicious creamy meat inside, gives a warm feeling in your mouth. 

The cream cheese is mixed with crab and Meat Church Honey Hog BBQ Rub. Once done, you fill the jalapeño poppers with this filling and wrap a slice of bacon around them. 

Smoke these poppers till they turn crunchy. You can season them again with the same Meat Church seasoning. Give a great start to your party. 

15. Reverse Seared Tri Tip

Conventionally, a tri-tip is grilled over a red oak fire, but as the name suggests, this recipe has a different use of cooking. It starts by smoking the tri-tip and then searing it in the end. 

The reverse seared trip tip recipe has the minimal ingredients possible. You need to just cook the meat well and season it with Meat Church Holy Gospel and Meat Church Garlic Herb spices. 

Once your meat gets cooked well, top it with butter and serve it with a salsa mixture or a pesto sauce.

16. Grilled Cheese with TX Bourbon Caramelized Onions

One recipe for people who might not have meat at their home. The Grilled Cheese with TX Bourbon Caramelized Onions makes a pretty decent meal for breakfast or snacks. 

You need to start by caramelizing your onions and then toss in Bourbon mixed with Meat Church Holy Cow seasoning. Once done, add in your butter. Combine well. 

Prepare your sandwiches by layering the onions along with cheese and mayonnaise. You can also add veggies for extra nutrition. The cheesy brown sandwiches are ready. 

17. Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwiches

A hot chicken sandwich recipe for protein paired with the goodness of spices and flavor for your taste buds. Hot Chicken calls for a spicy seasoning. 

The highlight of this whole recipe is Meat Church Holy Voodoo. It’s used in seasoning as well as garnishing the sandwich mixture. You can go for your choice of hot sauce to add the extra spice punch. 

Additionally, buttermilk is also used in this recipe. A substitute for buttermilk will be milk. So, add the quantity accordingly and relish the smoking hot chicken sandwiches. 

18. Sweet Thai Chili Chicken Wings

If you enjoyed the BBQ wings, it’s time for sweet chili wings with a Thai touch to it. These wings have the perfect blend of spiciness and sweetness for one to savor. 

You can season the wings with Meat Church Holy Gospel seasoning. Further, coat your wings in Sweet Thai Chili sauce. You can prepare it from scratch at home using rice vinegar, cornstarch, dried chili, and fish sauce. 

Coat your wings well in the sauce, and then once the wings are cooked well, garnish it with sesame seeds. You can now dig into your sweet chili wings.

19. Smoked BBQ Meatloaf

A big smoked BBQ meatloaf coated with an amalgamation of spices makes for a perfect family dinner recipe. It has Meat Mitch Whomp BBQ and Worcestershire sauce. 

The smoky meatloaf drizzled in sauces and seasonings from Meat Church makes it one of the classic Meat Church recipes. You can season it with Meat Church Garlic and Herbs to further enhance the flavor. 

A coated meatloaf cut into pieces and served with veggies and mashed potatoes makes a warm, comforting meal. You should give it a shot. 

20. Country Fried Blended Hamburger Steaks with Cream Gravy

When you’re craving a creamy steak recipe, go for country-fried blended hamburger steaks with creamy gravy. The gravy is made from butter, flour, salt, milk, and pepper. 

On the other hand, the fried blended hamburger steaks are made by combining mushrooms and ground beef. You fry them by coating a mixture of eggs and flour. 

Fry it until they are crisp, and serve it with the creamy gravy. You can garnish it with parsley and season with oregano. Enjoy the crunch of steak paired with creamy sauce. 

21. Brisket Burnt Ends

Now, that you may have tried Pork Burnt Ends, it’s time to go for Brisket Burn Ends prepared by smoking the brisket and seasoning it well using spices and sauces. 

The three different Meat Church ingredients used are Meat Church Holy Cow BBQ Rub, Meat Church Holy Gospel, and Meat Mitch WHOMP BBQ Sauce. 

A delicious brisket is prepared only when you season it from time to time, even while it’s cooking. You can further toss the brisket in a mixture of BBQ sauce and honey. 

22. Shrimp Brochette 

Shrimp Brochette is an exclusive delicacy prepared by combing cheese slices, bacon, and jalapeño. The process is easy, but you need to wrap the bacon slice well over the peeled shrimp. 

Insert the cheese slices and jalapeños in the shrimp. Wrap the bacon slice and season well with Meat Church Holy Voodoo BBQ rub. Cook the shrimp until it’s crunchy.

Make sure that the bacon is wrapped well and doesn’t fall out. You can also use a toothpick to bind everything together. Enjoy these little shrimp brochettes.

meat church texas style spare ribs

Meat Church Texas Style Spare Ribs

A classic, easy-seasoned ribs recipe to die for. You can’t miss out on these ribs because they are well coated in the delicious BBQ sauce. My friends and family love this recipe. You know such recipes give you a homely feeling, and I love the warmth that this meal imparts to my heart.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Resting Time 2 hours 45 minutes
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Servings 2 people
Calories 99 kcal


  • Bowl
  • Smoker


  • Pork Spare Ribs
  • 4 tbsp Meat Church Holy Cow Seasoning
  • 2 tbsp Black pepper
  • cup BBQ Sauce
  • Apple Cider Vinegar (as required)


  • To begin, set the smoker's temperature to 250 degrees.
  • Remove the membrane and any odd growths from the ribs.
  • Add some salt and black pepper to the ribs now. Marinate it for a full half an hour.
  • After the marinade has been applied, the rib bone may go into the smoker to begin cooking. Keep the ribs in the smoker upside down for four to five hours.
  • Spray with apple cider vinegar a few times during the cooking process.
  • The ribs need to rest for at least 15 minutes after being pulled.
  • Prepare a foil mat. Apple cider vinegar, then a thick layer of BBQ sauce down the center of the rack.
  • Rest the ribs in the BBQ sauce, meaty side down, for at least two hours before serving.
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