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Bone Sucking Sauce

pkerchef

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I just received a bottle of this sauce from N.C. and i gotta say this is some dang good sauce.I got the hot but it is not really hot to me anyway.Ya'll gotta try this stuff ! Pkerchef
 

rw willy

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I like it also.  A little "fruity" after awhile, but nice.
 

deannc

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I've seen this on the shelf but haven't given it a try yet.  
 

flash

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We find it in NC and GA all the time, but actually just saw it at a Winn Dixie here in Florida. It is not bad. My wife has grown to like it more and more. I still have others I like more, but still, not a bad sauce at all.
 

cowboycousie

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I was never impressed with this sauce or Blue's Hog

I found a clone recipe for the Bone sauce and modified to my liking

PM me and I will share the recipe 
 

cowboycousie

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Oh what the hell here is the recipe

1/2c    K-up

1/4c    Apple Juice

1t       Apple cider vig

1/8t    Onion Powder

1/8t    Garlic Powder

1/8t    Crushed Red pepper

1/8t    Cumin Powder

1/8t    Smoked paperika

1/8t    Chilie powder

1/8t    Kosher salt

1/8t    Black pepper

1/8t    Paperika

1/4t    Cayene

1T      Molases

1T      Lemon Juice

1T      Honey

1T      Mustard Powder

2T      Liquid Smoke (Hickory)

6T      Dark Brown Sugar

1T      Sugar

To make it spicy add 1/2t of the following

Mustard Powder, Cayene, Black pepper, Paperika, Smoke Paperika, Chipotle powder
 

dale5351

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It is one of my favorites.

I have noticed that some of the other sauces are going back to a formulation without high fructose corn syrup.  That is a good move.
 

diesel

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I like the sauce also.  Thanks for the recipe Cowboycousie.
 

spec

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Oh what the hell here is the recipe

1/2c    K-up

1/4c    Apple Juice

1t       Apple cider vig

1/8t    Onion Powder

1/8t    Garlic Powder

1/8t    Crushed Red pepper

1/8t    Cumin Powder

1/8t    Smoked paperika

1/8t    Chilie powder

1/8t    Kosher salt

1/8t    Black pepper

1/8t    Paperika

1/4t    Cayene

1T      Molases

1T      Lemon Juice

1T      Honey

1T      Mustard Powder

2T      Liquid Smoke (Hickory)

6T      Dark Brown Sugar

1T      Sugar

To make it spicy add 1/2t of the following

Mustard Powder, Cayene, Black pepper, Paperika, Smoke Paperika, Chipotle powder

I whipped up a batch of this stuff a week and a half ago...

I made a few changes...IT IS THE BEST SAUCE I HAVE EVER MADE


I did a quadruple batch

Switched apple juice to my home brewed apple cider, the onion to Wild onion powder, The Garlic powder to Home dried garlic powder, The chili powders to My dried hot pepper mix powders (Hot mix is  Thai dragons,chili's, Habbies,Serrano's, Modello's and Jap's) Skipped the plain sugar, 

Added  1/4 cup of beef broth and 1/4 cup pureed mild pickled peppers (bell,bananna,Anaheim, and hungarian wax)

I also added 1/2 TSP of spec powder (Hot pepper mix, dried tomato, cumin,Paprika, Mild pepper mix, and black pepper)
 

eman

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Do you cook this sauce??? If so how long???

 
Oh what the hell here is the recipe

1/2c    K-up

1/4c    Apple Juice

1t       Apple cider vig

1/8t    Onion Powder

1/8t    Garlic Powder

1/8t    Crushed Red pepper

1/8t    Cumin Powder

1/8t    Smoked paperika

1/8t    Chilie powder

1/8t    Kosher salt

1/8t    Black pepper

1/8t    Paperika

1/4t    Cayene

1T      Molases

1T      Lemon Juice

1T      Honey

1T      Mustard Powder

2T      Liquid Smoke (Hickory)

6T      Dark Brown Sugar

1T      Sugar

To make it spicy add 1/2t of the following

Mustard Powder, Cayene, Black pepper, Paperika, Smoke Paperika, Chipotle powder
 

tyotrain

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I love making sauces Thanks for posting i am for sure going to try this.
 

SmokinAl

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Thanks for sharing cowboy. I like the ingredient list and will mix up a batch.
 

spec

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Eman,

I siimered mine till I could float a spoon on top of it...about 2hours

The beef broth really makes it pop
 

deanoaz

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I just did a pork butt yesterday for sammies for the granddaughter and friends today.  I had used Bone Suckin' Rub in combo with apple juice/brown sugar spray, both for an overnight soak and during the smoke.  Everyone who tried it really loved it and couldn't quit sampling as the butt rested on the counter.  I will have their sauce, along with the sammies, to eat today.

 
 

rshort

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Oh what the hell here is the recipe

1/2c    K-up
1/4c    Apple Juice
1t       Apple cider vig
1/8t    Onion Powder
1/8t    Garlic Powder
1/8t    Crushed Red pepper
1/8t    Cumin Powder
1/8t    Smoked paperika
1/8t    Chilie powder
1/8t    Kosher salt
1/8t    Black pepper
1/8t    Paperika
1/4t    Cayene
1T      Molases
1T      Lemon Juice
1T      Honey
1T      Mustard Powder
2T      Liquid Smoke (Hickory)
6T      Dark Brown Sugar
1T      Sugar


To make it spicy add 1/2t of the following

Mustard Powder, Cayene, Black pepper, Paperika, Smoke Paperika, Chipotle powder

This sauce is the absolute best sauce I have ever made! Of course, I will have to tweet it to make it my own. Maybe a little less sugar and omit the red pepper flakes. Anyway, thanks for the recipe!
 

pigneck

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My wife and I both love the Hot Bone Suckin Sauce.  We usually order the half gallons and just keep them in the pantry.  They have some sales.  We both like other sauces, and love some of the sauces from recipes here on the web site, but Bone Suckin seems to always be the go-to-sauce.  The Bone Suckin Yaki is also our preference for steaks.
 

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