By Sudie on October 26, 2004
"Whew! I thought I lost this recipe, I've been meaning to post it for ages! Anything that makes me feel like I'm eating like a "civilian", despite the diabetes, is a plus in my book. The original recipe, which was from the Santa Fe New Mexican, had 1 tbs. of molasses in it - I leave it out, but you could use it if you wish. Hope you enjoy this!"
Serving Size: 1 (943 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I have to say, this is pretty good. I didn't have the Splenda or Chipolte, so I substituted Truvia and 1 Jalapeno. I also mixed in corn starch to thicken it up. Not too bad."
"Excellent recipe! We've been trying to cut out sugars, and up until now thought that was going to mean never enjoying BBQ again. This sauce came out the perfect consistency, and had just the right amount of heat to it. I made a few changes out of necessity: 3 scallions (as that's all I had), 5 packets of Truvia instead of the Splenda, no molasses, I couldn't find my bottle of liquid smoke, and I accidentally used distilled instead of cider vinegar. The whole family really enjoyed it. Thank you!"
"My husband loved this--he was so excited to have "real" BBQ'd chicken again. I can't say I'm crazy about the artificial sugar, but I'm crazy about my man and will do what I can to please his palate!"
"Wonderful. I made for my DH and he loved it. I did add 2 Tsp of Habanero Sauce, cause he likes it hot and spicy. He has eaten it on pulled pork and chicken and it was great on both. The BEST lowcarb BBQ sauce he has ever had. Thanks for posting!"
"EXCELLENT! This sauce has wonderful depth in flavors. I added the molasses, as I thought the Splenda was a little strong tasting. We had this on chicken legs on the grill and it was fantastic. I must say I think I like this way better than any store bought sauce. Thank you very much for this recipe!!"
"This was an excellent sauce Sudie. It was great on the pork and I look forward to making it soon. I think this would also be good on beef. Great recipe!!!"
"Loved this. Had to substitute a little (onion for scallion, chipotle hot sauce instead of chipotle). Simmered with leftover pork roast and it was delicious."
"Outstanding! I made this with what I had on hand, so I skipped the scallions and in place of the chiles I added 1/4 teaspoon of chipotle chili powder. I am pretty sure it would have been way too hot for us weenies with the chiles, anyway. Other than that I made it as written, with the molasses, and used 6 splenda packets which is the equivalent of 1/4 cup of granular Splenda. I made barbecue chicken in the crockpot for sandwiches. We loved it. I only wish I'd had more chicken breasts on hand; we could've eaten a lot more of this :)"