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Badazz Barbecue Sauce

Badazz Barbecue Sauce created by messystation

Give the other barbecue sauce(s) in your fridge to your neighbours - you won't need or want them any more.

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  • In a saucepan, sauté the onion and garlic in the butter.
  • When the onions are transparent, add everything else.
  • Bring to a boil and then simmer for about 15 minutes OR until you can't stand the amazing aroma!
  • Store refrigerated.
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"Give the other barbecue sauce(s) in your fridge to your neighbours - you won't need or want them any more."
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  1. messystation
    Badazz Barbecue Sauce Created by messystation
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  2. messystation
    I made this once before and it was waaaay too sweet for me. So, this time, I started with tomato sauce instead of chili sauce and sweetened to taste. I also leave out the water and use half the beer, cause it gets pretty thin. Because I have an industrial size jar of it, I added some Essence, which I think added some depth (and, uh Bam, haha). I like found last time that it gets better and thicker if you leave it in the fridge for a day. I know it sounds like a lot of doctoring, but I think BQ sauce is one of those personal taste things, and this is a great base recipe.
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  3. messystation
    I made this once before and it was waaaay too sweet for me. So, this time, I started with tomato sauce instead of chili sauce and sweetened to taste. I also leave out the water and use half the beer, cause it gets pretty thin. Because I have an industrial size jar of it, I added some Essence, which I think added some depth (and, uh Bam, haha). I like found last time that it gets better and thicker if you leave it in the fridge for a day. I know it sounds like a lot of doctoring, but I think BQ sauce is one of those personal taste things, and this is a great base recipe.
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  4. Tony Rules The Kitc
    Wowwie! Sauce is Excellent from the first taste to your last bite of chicken! Yes, that's what I made it for, to put on my grilled chicken, and we ate like porkers! Sauce has a blend of ingredients that will keep you on your toes! I have some left to have with some grilled shrimp this week. Can't wait to have some of those! My DD's couldn't leave the sauce alone, and slobbered lots on throughout the cooking time on the grill. Not to worry though, it made the chicken sensational! Into my special recipe folder it goes, and right now!
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  5. Andrea in NH
    Taste buds get ready for an adventure. This chunky sauce many flavors and is quite interesting. the only change that I made was to use 3Tlb. of EVOO in place of the butter. I also cooked a bit longer to thicken it up a bit. Now I'm ready for Summer.
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