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Cece, this is ObxCliff...I used this recipe as a base for a sauce at work! I added chipotle in adobo, cilantro, garlic, used rice vinegar (not as acidic tasting) and a few other things and used it for a spiced rubbed grilled steak. It was great...good customer & server responses, too!!! Thanks for another great recipe!!!
LOVED this sauce - it's very different from our usual grilling sauces and marinades. We used it on a pork loin too.
We LOVE the white bbq sauce. It has a different zing that my family prefers over reg. bbq sauce. This is our new go to grilled chicken recipe from now on. Yum. Thank you for sharing with us.
I really enjoyed this recipe. I had this recipe in one of my cookbooks and wanted to try it. I really like the white sauce and it's a good change from the traditional barbecue sauce.
Don't be afraid of the mayonnaise! This white sauce is wonderful! I have been using a variation of this white sauce when we grill chicken for over 20 years. I've never added the lemon juice or the salt, but I do increase the pepper a bit to my taste. And I do half regular mayo and half light mayo. I do chicken halves, and baste with the sauce the last 30 minutes of cooking time, reserving some of the sauce to use at the table. To season the chicken, I use Cavender's Greek Seasoning, which is pretty much a mix of the spices you used. I've never posted the recipe I've used, but ran across yours and wanted to give it the 5 star rating it deserves!
I changed this recipe quite a bit. Instead of mayonnaise. I added 1/4 cup of margerine (my husband and I HATE mayonnaise). Also I added a tablespoon of Splenda brown sugar. I didn't use chipotle powder because I didn't see any at the store. And I only used 1/2 teaspoon of salt in the rub. We liked it. It was quick and easy and tangy.
The family and I absolutely loved this meal. The flavor was excellent!! I baked skinless chicken breasts with the seasonings then in last couple minutes of baking added the sauce. It was very spicy, but I love it that way.