Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Spicy bbq/dipping sauce. Similar to the bbq sauce used by a local restaurant famous for ribs. Can also add honey if you want sweet sauce. This sauce is spicy and great on everything from ribs to eggs.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Blend together all ingredients (use mixer or blender)
  2. Add 1/2 to 1 cup honey for sweet sauce. (1/2 cup honey works well with 1/2 batch sauce).


Most Helpful

I tried this the other night and found that the mustard really overpowered the spices. unfortunately there was such a large amount of mustard and ketchup that I couldn't fix it with the amount of spices I had on hand. All I could do was dicard it and make a different sauce.

chefmick April 27, 2011

I really liked this. I left out the cayenne, because we don't really like hot food. I did find that this was not a sweet sauce, like the intro said. I needed to add about another 1/4 cup of sugar and about three tablespoons of corn syrup. It was delicious on ribs. Thanks, I will definitely make this again, with my modifications!

Amanda Beth May 11, 2007

I cut the recipe way back ( just enough to do a dozen skinless chicken thighs). I'm sorry that I didn't make the whole recipe. Just a nice bite, the chicken was delicious. I baked the thighs turning them once. Thanks Aileen3 for a lovely dinner

Bergy May 11, 2006

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