3 Reviews

Made for Spring PAC 2010, this BBQ sauce deserves its *Master Class* name-tag in all ways as its combo of sweet, tart & spicing works to perfection. I assure you this is high praise from this lover of BBQ who in past yrs enjoyed eating some of the best BBQ found in the Dallas, San Antonio & Austin areas. Even allowing for my BBQ passion, 6 cups is a lot of BBQ sauce for 2 people .. but it was easily reduced to 1 1/2 cups. My orig intent was to use it on spare ribs, but they were sold out at our grocery store .. so I used it as an ingredient in Sloppy BBQ Joe & as a sauce atop bacon-flavored bologna slices. Served w/potatoes & a cucumber salad, I felt home again in Texas. Thx for sharing this excellent recipe w/us. Yum! :-)

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twissis May 04, 2010

I am as picky about BBQ sauce as anyone can be and this is the absolute best!! Now if I could only find a bottled one that compares I could be lazy on non special occasions. I am sure that I have tried at least 30 bottled ones and none compare. I loved Whole Foods Zesty Red BBQ sauce and they discontinued it.....story of my life :)

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Chef Lanibobonnie October 08, 2009

I made this today to use on spareribs. It made a big batch so I will use it for many other kinds of meat too. I substituted some chili sauce and tomato sauce and part ketchup because I was low on ketchup. I halved the chili powder and thought that was enough for us. It was very good and I will make this again and again. Thanks for a great recipe.

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Helen S. January 22, 2006
Master Class Barbecue Sauce