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Whether you’re cooking for one, two or 50 people, enjoy the bounty that Indiana has to offer by trying delicious recipes made using fresh Indiana Grown products. Find more recipes and information on Indiana Grown products and partners by visiting our Indiana Grown blog.

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Recent Indiana Recipes


Spicy Indiana Grown Chili
Spicy Indiana Grown Chili
Kick your weeknight meal up a notch with this spicy chili featuring local, Indiana Grown ingredients! Ingredients: 1/2 c. cooked, crumbled, Natural Hardwood-Smoked Thick Cut Indiana Kitchen Premium Bacon1 T. drippings from the cooked bacon1 1/2 lbs. Miller Amish Poultry boneless chicken breasts cut into 1 1/2 in. chunks2 c. chopped onion1/2 tsp. garlic granules1 […]
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Cherry Bomb Black Forest Cake-Brownie Cake
Cherry Bomb Black Forest Cake-Brownie Cake
What is better than cake or brownies? Cake AND brownies!! Try this delicious layered cherry chocolate dessert to enjoy the best of both worlds! Cake Ingredients: 1/2 c. butter1 1/2 c. white sugar2 Seven Sons organic eggs1 tsp. almond extract1 tsp. cherry extract1/2 c. cocoa1 3/4 c. cake flour1 1/4 c. tsp. baking soda1 tsp. […]
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Bobbie Q
Bobbie Q
Our products are made on a family farm in rural Tipton County, Indiana.  The delicious egg noodles are made from a 150+ year old recipe of Grandma Minnie’s.  Chicken Noodle Sundaes are a big hit with kids and ones seeking comfort food. Roberta “Bobbie” Kauffman developed the BOBBIE Q SAUCE while helping start the first […]
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Creamy Bacon Chowder with Chunky Garden Fresh Vegetables
Creamy Bacon Chowder with Chunky Garden Fresh Vegetables
This is an original recipe created 10 years ago on a very cold and snowy February day for a Lenten soup supper. I vowed to use what I had on hand as I did not want to make the 12 mile round trip to the grocery store in the bad weather. At that time, I […]
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