1 Review

I have been using this recipe for years with the following additions. 1 teaspoon of cayanne pepper and 1 teaspoon of liquid smoke. This recipe stands up to the strong flavor of smoked brisket. It is also delicious on BBQ chicken. I always let the sauce reduce for about an hour to yield about 12 ounces of thick and rich flavor. This sauce beats anything you can buy at the supermarket.

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Fecampbe May 15, 2012
Texas Red Sauce For Barbecue or Brisket