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Great classic BBQ sauce. Easy to make, good consistency and lots of tang and flavor. Thanks for postng the recipe.
I made this just as the recipe read and after simmering decided I preferred it a little sweeter. I added brown sugar 1 tablespoon at a time until it was to my liking. Three additional tablespoons was the final amount. We had it on pulled pork from the slow-cooker and enjoyed it greatly.
Just made this for a pulled pork and it's really good -- both sweet and spicy. Thanks for posting.
I appreciated the "extra mile" of sauteing garlic and onions for the bbq sauce. I combined the sauce with pulled pork and served it in bread -- it really saved the pork which was tasteless! Personally, my only thought was that the sauce was overly vinegary. For us, white bread wasn't hearty enough to deal with the vinegar taste, but whole-wheat bread did the trick.
Great recipe, had to make a few changes, did not have enough Worcestershire sauce, so added a bit of low sodium soy sauce. also was out of cayenne substituted with hot red pepper flakes. Worked great!!!!
I used this sauce to make Slow-Cooker Jamaican Jerk BBQ Chicken (http://www.food.com/recipe/slow-cooker-jamaican-jerk-bbq-chicken-241439). I think I might put a little less vinegar next time, but other than that it truly was finger lickin' good!. This sauce was featured in my blog - http://danasfoodblog.com/?p=832.
Didn't change a thing. And it was awesome! Made pulled chicken with it, delicious!
This was AMAZING! Used it last night on ribs and my boyfriend loved it. We will definately use this again. Thanks Dana!
Oh my gosh I made this for our 4th of July, so yummy!! I could just eat the sauce by itself. Thank you!!