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We LOVED this recipe! The BBQ sauce is delicious. Thanks!
This recipe makes the best BBQ that I have ever had. The sauce is just delicious.We used bone-in skin-on chicken breasts and they were out of this world! Thank you so much for sharing this, it is the only BBQ chicken recipe I will use!
This was an absolutely amazing recipe. I followed it to the letter and the smell that radiated throughout the house brought my roommates out to investigate. If you live with roommates, I would recommend making enough for them too or trust me you will have a ton of angry and disappointed indivuals. Thanks sooooooooooo much for such an easy and amazing recipe!
This was great... I wouldnt suggest not putting in the celery seeds because I could really taste a difference... and I would also suggest using the Heinz ketchup as suggested (though I used a generic brand of chili sauce)... I marinated for a few hours before hand and did double the recipe... this recipe is definitely a keeper!
Not bad at all. The best I've had though had an additional smokey, hickory & mesquite flavor to it from Bone Daddy's BBQ in Midland, MI of all places.
Thanks for this! It was great and I happened to have everything for it already. We loved it!
Un-freaking-believable! I'm a BBQ sauce afficionado and this pretty much tops them all. I make a homemade BBQ sauce for my BBQ ribs that I thought could not be beat and this may either be equal or better! It's THAT good! I tripled the garlic and 1.5'd the whole recipe. I added a lot more than 2 dashes of hot pepper sauce. I used this on boneless skinless chicken breasts. TO DIE FOR! SO AMAZING! MUST TRY!
This has become the only BBQ sauce I make...it's the best!
I think the chili sauce I used was a bit too hot for us. Next time I will try it with a milder one. However, even though I made it too spicy I thought overall the rest of the flavors were delicious. This is a keeper. Thank you.
This is an excellent recipe for bbq sauce! I had a total of 25 people from 5 different countries, and they all loved it. I made a few changes though. First, I substituted red palm sugar for the brown sugar. Second, I didn't have any hot pepper sauce like Tabasco, but since Tabasco has a lot of vinegar in it I added a few drops of 25% acetic acid vinegar to add a little tangy-ness to the flavor. Finally, after tasting the finished product it tasted a little too much like catchup and not spicy enough, so I ground up 8-10 red birds-eye chilies to a fine paste and added it into the sauce.