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Recommend a bbq sauce

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Thread Starter 
looking for recomendations For some good BBQ sauce for brisket and pork. stubbs.bbq sauce.is not what i am looking fot

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post #2 of 12
We love Sweet baby rays, I mix half spicy with regular and everyone raves about it. I don't admit I buy it though....lol
post #3 of 12

  For starters, what ARE you looking for? I am guessing NOT a mustard or vinegar based since you are in Texas. Do you prefer a more sweet or more spicy? I think the sauce recepe that Jeff sells to support this site is awesome! Also, try using the search bar. You should get plenty of homemade receipes to try. Then tweek them to what you like.

 

  Mike

post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 
cool sweet baby rays my family dont care for.

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Thread Starter 
not looking for homemade right now. looking at sweet and spicy mix

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post #6 of 12

  Then you should  try Jeff's sauce. It is sweet and spicy and easy to make.

 

 

   Mike

post #7 of 12

Jeff's is very good and so is PGsmoker64's! http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/129351/pgsmokers-best-damn-sauce-ever-bdse

 

Kat

post #8 of 12
Thread Starter 
thank you everyone

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When you are ready to Play, give this a try. You can adjust the Sweet and Heat to your liking. It is based on what should be Familiar flavors for you...JJ

 

 

Texas Bold Bubba Q Juice

 

1T Paprika

2T Ancho Chile Powder

2tsp Onion Powder

1tsp Garlic Powder

1tsp Salt

1tsp Black Pepper

1tsp Cumin

1tsp Mexican Oregano

2 Chipotle Chiles in Adobo, chopped or

2tsp Chipotle Powder

Briefly heat in a Sauce Pot over low heat until fragrant and add:

 

2-12oz Heinz Chili Sauce

12oz Dark Beer

2T Tomato Paste

1/4-1/2C Brn Sugar or Honey

1/4C Texas Pete Hot sauce

2T Worcestershire Sauce

Cayenne Pepper to taste

 

Simmer sauce to desired thickness and adjust seasoning to your taste.

Add, Brown Sugar, Salt, Pepper and Cayenne Pepper to taste.

Makes about 4 Cups.

post #10 of 12
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thank you chef

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post #11 of 12

Smoked some baby back ribs today. Decided to try Jeff's sauce (was hoping it would be worth the price). INDEEED IT WAS!! My wife thought I was crazy when i told her i was making the sauce instead of using a bottled brand. She doesn't get to excited over the sauce...Until today. We both loved it. Anyone looking for a good sweet and spicy sauce this is the one.sausage.gif

post #12 of 12

Try Sweet Beaver! Its perfect for pork and especially chicken

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