This is the recipe my Mom concocted years ago for barbecued ribs. This is the only recipe we ever used! It is different in that you add preserves to the sauce to give it a sweet taste. Watch out! It can become habit forming! The amount of preserves used would be determined by the amount of sauce made. For the recipe listed I would use enough preserves to make the sauce thick, probably about 1/2 to 3/4 of a small jar. You can use apricot or peach, whichever you have on hand or prefer. One tip for grilling: The sugar in the preserves tends to burn on the grill quickly. To avoid a real clean-up mess, use the sauce at the end of the grilling. When using this recipe for Pulled Pork, omit preserves -- This will give you the perfect sauce for Pulled Pork!
Found this on bhg.com and the publisher was "maggiea". DS is addicted to A1 steak sauce, so we wanted fajitas last night and this marinade was very tasty. If you like saucy fajita meat, then this is for you. Prep time is the 2 hour marinade time.
I got this recipe from my friend Jeff years ago-this is the original recipe for the fantastic sauce on the ribs at the Famous Montgomery Inn Resaurant, Cincinnati OH., Jeff used to use 1/2 of the chili powder and add 2 t. red pepper, for his own personal taste.
This is a recipe my husband received from a fireman. Chivetta's has been in the Western New York area for more than 50 years!! This sauce can be used for not only chicken but beef, lamb, pork, fish and vegetables. But I suggest you try it on Chicken!
This is a thick, rich bbq sauce that I have used for years. It originally was published in a monthly publication in the early 1980s. These little books were called Great Recipes of the World. They seemed to go out of business not long after they first appeared here in Winnipeg. It is fairly easy to upgrade most recipes to a more healthy version by reducing salt and oil.
I don't like store bought bbq sauce as they seem to have too much vinegar and salt. I just love this on meat or just spoon over rice.