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pulled pork finishing sauce question

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ok what difference in flavor does it make when you boil, then simmer the sauce, compared to  making it and letting it sit on the counter...since none of the ingredients require refrigeration...does it make a difference if its cooked?

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If you boil the sauce you risk burning some of the ingredients which will definitely alter the taste.

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I don't like to boil my sauce but I do like to simmer it for about 15 - 20 minutes. It helps the flavors to more completely blend.

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Making sauce is just like smoking meat.  Low and slow wins the race.  In other words, simmer, don't boil.

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Originally Posted by peixegato View Post

Making sauce is just like smoking meat.  Low and slow wins the race.  In other words, simmer, don't boil.


That will give you some good sauce, every time.

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