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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.
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.
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.
I am not going to give any stars because the sauce was not bad it just wasn't to my liking. I wanted to try something different on my ribs and It just didn't turn out for me. I did follow the recipe exactly. I guess at least now I know I don't like sweet sauces on my ribs. Thanks for the recipe anyway.
I made this sauce as a topper on a beef brisket I was making. I served as sandwiches with this wonderful BBQ sauce,wonderful combination...
I used this sauce on grilled chicken thighs for our Memorial Day cookout. It was delicious! I also had baby back ribs with regular barbecue sauce. I bet you can't guess which was more popular. Yep! It was the blackberry sauce on the chicken. When we ran out of chicken, people were dipping their ribs in the blackberry sauce! I can't say enough about this sauce. It was fruity, tangy and just the right amount of sweetness. I liked it on the chicken better than the ribs, but it was good on both. I'm anxious to try it on other things. Thanks for a great sauce recipe!