I just made a triple batch, it was easy and delicious. In the process of using it for my pulled chicken sliders for the pot luck at work tomorrow...my coworkers have no idea what PLEASURE their taste buds are about to experience. I like things a bit spicy so added to a little extra cayenne and dried hot red peppers. and only added tomato sauce for a double batch so it wouldn't be as thin. Its perfect!
This was WONDERFUL! My in-laws wanted us to cook up a bunch of meat in short notice for a get together and were without BBQ sauce so I pulled your recipe and all the ingredients were in the house. When the in-laws came they asked where we got the sauce. We told them we made it from your recipe and I had to print it out for them. We put it on ribs, chicken, and pork chops and everyone was still asking for some to use as a dipping sauce. This was a life saver and I am so very thankful to you! (As was everyone else!)
I'm really happy with how this turned out. The sweet and spicy go together so well, and its not too much spice at all. Really delicious!! I made this to pour over my lil' smokies in the crock-pot, and from my taste-testing, I totally approve!! Thanks.
Great Sauce.... Used it over the 4th on about 20 lbs of country style ribs and fed a host of very BBQ savvy individuals at the campsite... And trust me, If it didn't meet the standards, I WOULD HAVE HEARD!!! Only complaint I had was the recipe wasn't printed and ready to hand out... Making them wait just a bit and then I'm sending them here...LOL Added a bit more heat and a touch more cumin for that earthy richness.... Definately a winner!!!
Mmmmm, very nice flavor! I halved the recipe, used margarine and real garlic. I am a wimp too, so used just a pinch of cayenne. Thank you for posting! :lol:
This is absolutely DELICIOUS! We LOVED it! It's sweet yet got a nice kick to it! I did simmer it for slightly bit longer since I wanted it to thicken up a bit. I used it to make Sydney Mike's Canadian Firefighter's Meatloaf. Thank you, Cuistot, for sharing this wonderful recipe, this is definitely a keeper! :)
I know is says "spicy" in the name but I'm a wimp lol, I cut back to 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper and it still had a nice kick to it for me. I made this last night, It wasn't overly watery or anything but I took out about a 1/4 (maybe a cup?) of it and thickened the rest with some cornstarch so I could leave the other part thinner, and let the flavors meld in the fridge overnight, 1/4 unthickened with the chicken, and the rest in a bowl. Today it was nice and thick and smelled wonderful as I brushed chicken in the broiler with it. I had just enough to glaze nicely and still serve some heated up on the side. Tasted good on mashed potatoes too! lol. You have a lucky family :)