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BBQ Sauce

post #1 of 6
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I am pleased to announce I made my first sauce Friday night.  I have been told to keep it sealed and let it set for a week before opening it which works out nice because I plan on doing a brisket next weekend. 

 

I used the following:

Corn Syrup

Molasses

Apple Cider Vinegar

Tomato Sauce

Worcestershire Sauce

Mustard (powder)

Garlic Powder

Salt

Paprika

Black Pepper

Red Pepper

Chile Powder

Pureed Vidalia onion

Pureed Habanero pepper

Pureed Jalapeno Pepper

 

 

I think that is it.  I mixed it all up and boiled and reduced it.  I got about half a gallon.  It smells and taste great but I cannot wait until it has set for a week!

 

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post #2 of 6

I'm not much of a sauce guy but with habanero and jalapeno id' give it  a shot. icon14.gif

post #3 of 6

Sounds great!  Looking forward to hearing the final assessment in about a week.

 

I started making my own sauces as a teen cooking CSR's & beef ribs.  Sometimes I even stewed them in the homemade sauces.  Good times & good memories (not to mention great food)!  Use to make it all by the seat of my pants without recipes or notes -- so it was hard to duplicate the results, but no one ever complained.  439.gif  Now I am a little more methodical.

post #4 of 6
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I forgot to say I also put in some cumin and brown sugar!  I found a basic recipe and then got a little crafty with it.  The good thing is I measured and wrote everything down so I can do it again or add or remove certain things as well.

 

I can't wait either!

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post #5 of 6

Looking forward to the final review!

post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 

The sauce was damn good!  I am very impressed with myself on this one.  It could be a little thicker but all in all real good.  It has a good spice to it with a little heat(my kids eat it)  and then it has a great smokey sweet side as well. 

 

$5.00 a bottle boys! 

 

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