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I'm intrigued and want to try it out. Wondering if I can get some suggestions? I'm all about some sweet and tangy.
Spicy brown mustard with a little honey mustard. Add a tad of sweet and sour sauce couple shakes of creole seasoning worecheshire sauce and ketsup. Have done it before when i ran out of bbq sauce and didn't want to go back to the store
This post was edited by deltadawg82 19 months ago
Find someone from North Carolina. They do it right.
Just take your favorite BBQ sauce and add Sriracha.
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NC bbq sucks donkey balls dude.
I make my own whenever I run out of store bought stuff. It's pretty easy...check Allrecipes.com or FoodTV.com.
Also, we have a vacation condo in NC and eat at the local BBQ joint. Their sauce sucks. It's not even sauce. It's vinegar. Tastes like open ass.
This post was edited by Due51 19 months ago
I experiment with different sauces all the time. If you are going sweet and tangy I would work with a base of equal amounts ketchup and Apple cider vinegar. After that you could throw in (in much smaller quantities) some brown sugar and/or molasses for sweetness and mustard for additional tang.
As for spices, I would suggest experimenting with a mixture of celery salt, fresh black pepper, chili powder, cayenne, onion powder, or garlic powder to taste.
Additional throw ins you might consider include liquid smoke and soy sauce.
Blend it and heat till simmering except for the additional throw ins (add those after heating). It really is all about taste and the type of meat you are going to put it on, so exact proportions are silly. Just keep tasting it. It is actually fun and pretty easy the more you do.
This post was edited by Outlaw 19 months ago
I love making my own. Really easy and makes a huge difference
Just google recipes to find what you like. Everyone has different tastes when it comes to bbq and they dont take substitutions
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This is about as easy as it gets.
1 1/2 cups brown sugar
1 1/2 cups ketchup
1/2 cup red wine vinegar
1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon worcestershire
2 1/2 tablespoon dry mustard
2 teaspoons paprika
2 teaspoons salt
1 1/2 teaspoons black pepper
Combine brown sugar, ketchup, vinegar, water and worcestershire in a blender. Then add the rest and blend until smooth.
And if you like it hot add some hot sauce or cayenne pepper
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Thanks for the info guys. I got caught up in watching the Food Network last night and gave me a mega food boner. Bless that network.
Ferocious BBQ sauce:
12 -14 oz Ketchup
1/2 c white distilled vinegar
1 tsp sugar
salt & pepper liberally
Simmer for 15 min while measuring into small bowl:
1/4 lemon minced (after juicing into sauce on stove)
1/2 tsp cumin
1 tsp ground coriander
1/8 tsp Spanish paprika
1/8 tsp saffron
1/4 tsp ground ginger
add to sauce after 15 minutes of simmering simmer another 4-5 min after adding. Enjoy!
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Use ketchup as a base, add some molasis, liquid smoke etc till find the combo you like. Fwiw I hate vinegar based BBQ sauce which is NC style.
I guess I'm in the minority.
This post was edited by SpurrierOwnsUGA 19 months ago
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