Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

A fruity and sweet barbecue sauce that works particularly well on chicken and pork ribs; I've also used it on wild Alaskan salmon fillets with delicious results. And I'll bet that it would be wonderful on duck! This is very simple, fast, and scrumptious! Yield is approximate.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine ingredients and use as a basting sauce for pork ribs or chicken.
  2. Grill or bake as desired.


Most Helpful

I love love this sauce. use my homemade jam. bbq bonless chicken thighs, spread the sauce on at the end, than dip each bite into sauce. oh so good. can't wait to try it on pork.
Thanks Angie so much for posting. so happy I found it.

dolores in paradise August 17, 2011

I like this sauce with my ribs. I use a spicey rub on my ribs so this is a nice addition. Right at the end just before serving I will spreads some of the sauce on and let it glaze over the ribs. Then the rest on the side. For those of you who like it spicer try adding a little hot sauce to taste.

Dad8274 May 30, 2008

This sauce is a lovely color but lacks bbq flavor - a bit too fruity. Were I to make it again I would cut the amount of preserves roughly in half.

libiz February 12, 2008

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