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    Homemade BBQ sauce - any good recipes?

    I'm looking for any BBQ sauce recipes anyone would care to share, any tips or info would be great.

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    My favorite BBQ sauce recipe is:

    Twist the cap off a bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's, invert the bottle, squeeze, repeat as necessary.

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    Yup Sweet Baby Rays, Sweet 'n Spicy.
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    It really depends on what you're BBQing. I used to whip up a sauce right before BBQing, never have liked the commercial ones much. Personally, now I just use a bit of salt and fresh ground black pepper, it really allows the flavor of the meat to come through.

    I do have an Asian sauce I use once in while, it is authentic in that it replicates that flavor of the pork you get in Chinese restaurants. I'll post it if you want, but you may need to have an Asian community nearby; although a couple of the ingredients are not hard to get, you'll need an Asian section in your local grocer or an Asian market. [There is a large Asian population in the Bay Area where I live, so the local mainstream market even carries the stuff]

    I also have a recipe for pork ribs done on the Webber, I can post if you want. It's more of a process. First there is the rub. Then the basting while cooking. Then the dipping sauce for the final product. All the flavors marry.

    Since there is no boiling of the ribs, it is a slow cook method at lower heat for 4 to 6 hours. You've got to commit the time or the ribs will just be tough in the end. Even having more coals ready to go to keep the long term heat going. It's what I typically do on the Fourth or July.


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    I'm looking for any BBQ sauce recipes anyone would care to share, any tips or info would be great.

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    I usually take my favorite commercial BBQ sauce (it differs depending on the type of meat) and kick it up with at least a shot of Jim Beam Devils Cut.

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    Who uses sauce?......but if I did, like above, Sweet Baby Ray...want to regionalize in, add a little vinegar ...I've made plenty..Google Aaron Franklin , he's in Austin he has a great sauce recipe on YouTube , Texas Style

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    OK, here is one from my files. This is the sort of bbq sauce I grew up with in South Georgia.

    Mystery Bbq Sauce
    Serving Size : 24 Preparation Time :0:25
    Categories : Barbeque Bbq Sauces And Rubs

    Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
    -------- ------------ --------------------------------
    1 each yellow onion -- grated
    2 tablespoons butter
    1 cup ketchup
    1 cup mustard
    1/2 cup water
    1/3 cup lemon juice -- freshly squeezed
    2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
    2 tablespoons brown sugar
    salt and pepper -- to taste

    Saute(sweat) the onion in the butter.

    Add remaining ingredients. Simmer for 15 minutes or so.

    Use as finishing sauce, and/or table sauce for pork, chicken, or beef
    "From Enigma, Georgia"
    Cuisine: "Southern"
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    400 g tomato sauce
    3 tbsp. good tomato paste
    1 small onion
    3-4 cloves of garlic
    1 tbsp. Worcester sauce
    3 tbsp. cider vinegar
    2 tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    1 tbsp. dark brown sugar
    1 tsp mustard powder
    Cayenne pepper
    salt
    freshly ground black pepper

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    One I've been using
    NGREDIENTS
    1 cup ketchup
    1/4 cup prepared yellow mustard
    1/4 cup brown sugar
    1/2 tsp. garlic powder
    1/2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1/8 tsp. hot sauce

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    My ribs are so good you would be embarrassed putting sauce on them.

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    I'm looking for any BBQ sauce recipes anyone would care to share, any tips or info would be great.
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    4 parts sweet baby rays
    1 part worcstershire
    1 part a1
    add spices, ie, rubs

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    I like using Meyer's BBQ sauces because it's not heavy sauces that hides the taste of the meat. You maybe hard to find outside of Texas. www.meyerselginsausage.com

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    You may try this one:

    The Ingredients

    Tomato Sauce + Paste. For the tomato enhance, I utilized tomato glue and tomato sauce rather than ketchup.

    Apple Cider Vinegar. The vinegar adds some genuinely necessary acridity to our sweet and tart grill sauce formula.

    Maple Syrup + Molasses. To improve things up, I utilized a little maple syrup and molasses. I love the manner in which the maple plays against the solid flavors in the flavors, and both of these fixings make the sauce rich and thick as well. For a somewhat unique flavor, you can likewise make this grill sauce with nectar rather than maple syrup (don't skirt the molasses however).

    Worcestershire Sauce. Another key segment in the mission to locate the ideal parity of sweet, exquisite, and tart. Worcestershire sauce is strongly exquisite and in a flash adds a since quite a while ago stewed flavor to the sauce.

    Seasonings. Smoked paprika, dry mustard, garlic powder, salt, and dark pepper brings about a work of art, adjusted blend of flavors. While it's discretionary, including a scramble of cayenne pepper gives the perfect measure of warmth. See beneath for tips on the best way to make your sauce additional fiery.

    Then you mix all of it and it's the end

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