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An appetizer using BBQ Sauce

post #1 of 8
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Im looking for ideas and recipes for any appetizer (dips, spreads, bite size snacks, etc...) that would be good for a quick snack if some friends are coming over. Ive got a couple BBQ sauces that I really like and am looking for something to feature them besides deliciously smoked meat.

Thanks in advance for all your help.
post #2 of 8
How about Q-tons? You could use the sauce as a dip?
post #3 of 8
Mix a little bit of BBQ sauce in with some hummus maybe? I'm thinking hummus with a very light BBQ flavor.
post #4 of 8
Lil smokies in a crock pot swimming in your favorite BBQ sauce. Mmmmmmmm!
post #5 of 8
I like the Wong-tong idea. Make some sausage cheese balls wrap them in wong-tong wrappers and deep fry and dip them in different flavors of Q-sauce...
post #6 of 8
Pig Candy..?.. just a suggestion.... or....

Chili -Honey Sausage Bites

Chilli and Honey Sausage Bites

By: Rachel C
Dec 13, 2008

A favourite in our house either at parties or just because we fancy a 'picky food' evening meal - very easy to adapt to your personal preference for heat and flavour by substituting hot sauce for sweet chilli, or a jelly or jam in lieu of honey for a fruity edge. You could even use speciality sausages but I use just 'bulk' frozen from the supermarket. Quantity makes enough for 4-6 pieces for 6 people
SERVES 6 , 32 pieces


8 sausages
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoon sweet chili sauce
1 tablespoon sesame seed


1. Grill/broil the sausages until cooked. Once cooked, cut each sausage into 3 - 5 pieces, depending on sausage size and how delicate you want your 'bites' to be!

2. Put the honey and chilli sauce in a pan and warm on a low heat. When it starts to lightly bubble, add the sausage pieces and toss in the sauce for a few minutes. Do not overheat or cook for a long time or the honey-chilli mix will turn to brittle toffee and you'll have burnt toffee-sausages when they cool.

3. Toast the sesame seeds in a dry pan on a low heat for a couple of minutes, tossing regularly. Tip the sausages into a serving bowl and sprinkle the seeds over the top. Serve slightly warm for best flavour.

post #7 of 8
My cousin's wife makes these really good bbq meatballs in a crock pot, it's basically just meatballs, bbq sauce with grape jelly, and chili powder. You could make your own meatballs and smoke them, and make them even better.
post #8 of 8
One that I use a lot is Barbequed spaghetti. Just take your homemade barbeque sauce (or your favorite barbeque sauce) and mix it up with cooked spaghetti and bake it off a little.
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