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Queen Latifah's Four Alarm *** Kickin' BBQ Sauce
From Queen Latifah
September 3, 2004

Queen Latifah produces and stars in the movie "The Cookout", and shared her favorite BBQ Sauce [COLOR=#3d3d3d! important][COLOR=#3d3d3d! important]recipe[/color][/color] for "cookin' out" on the grill.


<LI cUf0q="0" X7GgI="0">1/2 cup of ketchup <LI cUf0q="0" X7GgI="0">1/4 cup dark molasses <LI cUf0q="0" X7GgI="0">1 cup smoke-flavored BBQ sauce <LI cUf0q="0" X7GgI="0">2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce <LI cUf0q="0" X7GgI="0">1 teaspoon of [COLOR=#3d3d3d! important][COLOR=#3d3d3d! important]Tabasco [COLOR=#3d3d3d! important]sauce[/color][/color][/color] (or as much as you can handle) <LI cUf0q="0" X7GgI="0">1 teaspoon of dry mustard <LI cUf0q="0" X7GgI="0">2 teaspoons [COLOR=#3d3d3d! important][COLOR=#3d3d3d! important]lemon [COLOR=#3d3d3d! important]juice[/color][/color][/color] <LI cUf0q="0" X7GgI="0">4 tablespoons of olive oil

Combine all ingredients in a medium saucepan and bring to a simmer. Cook over low heat for 10 minutes.

Brush it on chicken, ribs or brisket while [COLOR=#3d3d3d! important][COLOR=#3d3d3d! important]cooking[/color][/color]. Brush again with sauce just before serving or serve extra sauce on the side.

Recipe courtesy of Queen Latifah and GMA's Food Stylist, Karen Pickus