Sweet -N-Tangy Barbecue Sauce

Sweet -N-Tangy Barbecue Sauce created by Tinkerbell

The only barbecue sauce I use, for everything from shredded pork loin or ribs to thin sliced ham sandwiches or shredded beef. Often served with chilled potato salad & fresh homemade dinner rolls to mop up the sauce (if not using the meat in a sandwich already).

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  • In large saucepan, combine all ingredients and bring to a boil over medium heat.
  • Reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, for about one hour. Stir occasionally.
  • *For ribs: Boil ribs with some salt & pepper and a quartered onion until tender. Then drain and place on broiler pan. Baste with sauce, broil 5 minutes, turn ribs over and baste other side. Broil 5 minutes longer. Serve.
  • *For shredded pork sandwiches: Put sauce and pork loin in crock pot on low for 5-6 hours or until pork begins to shred itself when poked with a fork.
  • *For barbecue ham sandwiches: Put sauce and thin, deli sliced ham torn into 2 inch pieces into crock pot and heat on low for 2 hours or until hot.
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"The only barbecue sauce I use, for everything from shredded pork loin or ribs to thin sliced ham sandwiches or shredded beef. Often served with chilled potato salad & fresh homemade dinner rolls to mop up the sauce (if not using the meat in a sandwich already)."

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  1. martin8964_6238997
    Tink, I hope you are still out there. We are still making this BBQ sauce. Just thinking of you and want to know if all is well with you. Merry Christmas and happy cooking.
  2. Rachel S.
    This was amazing. I've only tried making one other bbq sauce before, and it was not good, so I was hesitant on making another sauce. But this turned out perfect! Had a really nice zip to it. I used Franks hot sauce. Added 2 drops of liquid smoke. I let it simmer about 2 hours or so, then took it off the heat to thicken up a bit. I will make this sauce over and over again. Thank you!
  3. Mary Christmas
    Great sweet and tangy sauce. I didn't use the onion or the cayenne, but it was wonderful as made. This will be my new pulled pork sauce.
  4. Tinkerbell
    Sweet -N-Tangy Barbecue Sauce Created by Tinkerbell
  5. martin8964_6238997
    I have been making this bbq sauce ever snice I found it. We just love it. Well, yesterday we had planed on smoking some baby back ribs. But, here in the panhandle of Texas the wind was blowing again, 50mph....So we did them in the oven. I was looking forward to the smokey flavor, so I added some smoke to the bbq sauce, Wow... so good. Thanks again Tink for posting this. We love it, and will keep using it.
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