5 Reviews

Are you tired of ketchup on everything, but don't want the overload of spicy of regular BBQ sauce? This is it! I made it exactly the way it said. I let it simmer for 65 minutes and got a ketchup consistency when it cooled. It turned out as a wonderful barbecue flavor but so mellow. I used it on a meatloaf and it was so much better than regular ketchup! I can see putting it on a hamburger or dipping fries in it.

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Narshmellow March 02, 2003

I doubt I'll spend the $$ on bought BBQ sauce again. This was really simple and easy to do. I did add a bit of peri peri powder and some Worcestershire sauce though. I also found it thickened up long before 45 minutes!! This will be good on just about anything.

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Tebo July 14, 2002

I tried this recipe but I didn't let it cook on the stove for 65 minutes. I just let it come to a boil and simmered for 15 minutes. I par-cooked pork buttons, put them in a pan, then I poured the BBQ sauce to cover the riblets and I baked them for 60 minutes. They turned out to be the best I have ever had.

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Y Franche February 03, 2004

A nice sweet and smoky barbecue sauce. My husband and I both enjoyed it. Next time I'll double the recipe!

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cpenner January 26, 2004

Fantastic. I used this BBQ sauce on Pulled Pork Pulled Pork (Crock Pot) by Duonyte. It was delicious.

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HABS December 21, 2008
Killer BBQ Sauce