Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

We 'mop' most meats when we grill here in Texas. It keeps the meat moist and juicy! This is great for chicken or brisket. You will need to double this for a brisket. They sell little mops with the kitchen supplies and they look just like a kitchen string mop. If you don't have one you could probably use a basting brush. Oh, and make sure that you use an old sauce pan because if your hubby is like mine, you may not see it again! lol Or it may come back with the handle destroyed by the fire! Updated 9-2008

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Place all ingredients except for the butter in an old sauce pan, or at least one that is oven safe.
  2. Cook until it comes to a boil. Turn heat down to a simmer and add butter. Keep it on low heat until meat is done.
  3. When butter melts taste it and adjust seasoning if desired.
  4. Mop meat liberally and often with this while your are smoking or grilling.

Reviews

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We followed the recipe ecactly as stated. It came out terrible. Used quality ingredients and the vinegar was just opend before using for this recipe. It had a sharp almost bitter taste. Had to throw the whole batch away. If it don't taste good you definatly don't want to mop your meat with it.

jamjennimark October 01, 2009

Down rite GOOD ! L.W. from Abbotsford B.C. Canada

sales June 09, 2009

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