This is very good. I changed the recipe to a little over 1/4 cup vinegar, and about 1/4 cup brown sugar, the full amout of brown sugar makes it to sweet for us. We also add about a tablespoon full of worchestershire sauce adds a wonderful flavor. I also make a spicy one with a table spoon plus one teaspoon full of tabasco, and about one teaspoon full of paprika. Good luck!
This is the perfect blend of sweet and sour to make a fantastic sauce. I used it on pork ribs.
This is a good recipe, though a little too tangy for me. I might reduce the vinegar next time and add a bit of spice to give it a little heat.
Great, easy recipe! I needed BBQ sauce for a recipe and didn't have a bottle but did have all the ingredients on hand to make this. I'll make it again for sure!
Yummy!!! I didn't have any onion salt so I added dehydrated onions and a bit more brown sugar. My son loved it. I won't buy bbq sauce again.
Fast, easy, delicious and it made the kitchen smell great; what more can be said about this great sauce except that it was great in the baked beans, also. Thank you for posting, Theresa.
We will have to give this one two thumbs up. We used our bbq sauce for pulled pork sandwiches. We cut the recipe in half and it was perfect. We will be using this one again. Thanks for posting, Michelle
I have finally found the perfect BBQ sauce, what more is there to say? I had a left over roasted pork tenderloin. Made this sauce, "pulled" the tenderloin and mixed it with the sauce. AWESOME!!! Thanks!!
Used this on beef ribs. Hubby thought it was awesome! Gonna make up a couple more batches to use for chicken nuggets,etc.
I have tried several BBQ sauce recipes on here. This is "the one!" We will never have to make any other recipe! Easy and so delicious.