Man this is really rich but also really good. I used it on a meatloaf and it sure picked it up!! I'll add more of it to the meatloaf when I use the leftovers for sandwiches.
What can I say that's not been said already about this sauce? It was excellent! I reduced it way down to get it very thick as I cooked it on ribs. It wasn't hot spicy, it was sweet and tangy. (I thought it might be more so with the tabasco, but it wasn't) It was wonderful, plan to use it a lot. Thanks!
This sauce is so wonderful - and easy to make - that I doubt the Titanium Family will ever buy bottled BBQ sauce again. When we're in the mood for the spicy stuff we'll just add some cayenne. Thanks for a GREAT recipe!
With BBQ sauce this easy who needs to buy the bottled! I put it over country style ribs in the crockpot. VERY VERY good. The flavor is wonderful if you like a smoky BBQ sauce.
I have been using this recipe for the last five years. I make this by the quart and can it for tons of people. This is one of the best BBQ sauces I've ever come across.
Made today, as directed, and served with Pulled Pork. Excellent flavor and easy to make. Everyone enjoyed it. Need to make more the next time.
Ran out of BBQ Sauce for a recipe that called for this ingredients. This recipe fit the bill. It was easy to prepare and the taste was great. Thanks for posting.
I've been searching for this for years. I marinate ribs, wings, etc. in the uncooked sauce for 2 hours or more, then simmer the sauce until thickened, pour on the meat and cook in the oven. Oh so good!
Even better after it sits in the fridge for a couple of days! Made this to have a honey flavored sauce to top some Carolina pulled pork sandwiches, and yes, I know a ketchup sauce is anathema to a dish like that, but we like it that way. :-) This is sweet, but has a richer sort of deep flavor from the molasses. Very tasty, and I'll make it again. Didn't change a thing with this one. Thanks for sharing.
Totally bummed I only made a half batch. Next time I will be making a double batch without a doubt. Best sauce ever! I did scale back on the vinegar and was glad I did. But someone definitely did their homework when creating this recipe, it is outstanding restaurant quality sauce. Might even be good with a bit of crushed pineapple. might try that next time too. Very well done! When you make it have something ready to put it on or you'll have to resort to licking it off the spoon like me, it was too good to wait until I made dinner to eat it!