Fantastic BBQ sauce Mysterygirl, it does taste almost the same to K.C. Masterpiece...very easy to put together also..big taste with minimal work...just what I like!... I brushed it on top of my broiled pork steaks, it gave them such a wonderful flavor. I highly recommend this BBQ sauce....Thanks for posting, I will be making this again :-)
This is fantastic! I remember trying K.C. Masterpiece years ago, but it couldn't have been as good as this! I've made it 3 times so far and have forgotten to rate it (I've been too busy eating it!). I made it last night and sadly realized I was about 1/4 cup short on the corn syrup, so just subbed dark corn syrup. It was still great. I eat this on all meats. I took a couple of pics, but will have to wait for hubby to put them into the puter. Great job Di's! This is a keeper for sure!
I've tried many recipes for canning and this is my all-time favorite. If you only try one barbecue sauce recipe, make it this one! I grow my own tomatoes, so I substituted 6-7 cups tomato puree for the tomato paste and water and cooked it down to 2.5 cups before adding the other ingredients. I found that a triple batch makes 5 pints, which I processed for 20 minutes in a hot water bath.
This is simmering on the stove now... secret, I made this with brown sugar splenda and omitted the corn syrup... it turned out terriffic! This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for posting DiB!
This tastes BETTER than K.C.!!! Give it a try.I will never buy sauce again.
I found this to be a great addition to my arsenal of sauces however I added 1 ingredient to the recipe which was 1/2 tsp of dry mustard, that small chemical change made all the difference for me.
Great BBQ sauce that I used on grilled chicken. Loved the addition of the liquid smoke. Plan to keep a jar of this sauce in the fridge during grilling season. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This recipe was created by Todd Wilbur for his book entitled "Even More Top Secret Recipes" (Penguin/Putnam 2002)
Great sauce w/lots of flavor like K.C. Masterpiece.
Thanks for the post.
Just wanted to note how excellent this recipe is. The only change I made was using tomato sauce in place of the tomato paste and water. I'm making some more today, so I'll check and be sure that's all. When you can get tomato sauce on sale for 15 cents a cup on caselot sales, I'm always going to make my own bbq sauce. great savings and great recipe.