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Mmmmm...sooo good. I've been making a quick and easy version of Smoky Mtn. Chicken for years with just a bottled BBQ sauce. But this BBQ sauce was sooo good and sooo worth the effort- and it was actually very little effort. I will make extra batches of the sauce and keep them on hand for all my BBQ sauce needs.
Delish but I must confess. I misread the recipe and added 1 tablespoon of the adobo sauce. It tasted great though. I made this twice in a row and still just could not get enough of it. The first time I made it without the cheese and bacon the second time with it. It's much better with cheese and bacon!!
Great blend of flavors with just the right amount of bite. I didn't bother with the topping of bacon red onion or provolone cheese and it was scrumptous. I did use only 1 cup of ketchup and added 1 cup of Cattleman's Smoke House Barbeque Sauce. I think using 2 cups of ketchup would have made it too strong with tomato flavor. Thanks for the recipe Janine!
This was delicious but it requires a lot of ingredients I don't keep on hand (whiskey 2 cups of ketchup...) I didn't feel like amount of money time and effort that went into making the sauce was worth the end result. Again it tasted great; it wasn't bad in any way it just was not as good as I would expect for something requiring that much effort.
Unbelievably tasty barbecue sauce. I have to admit however that I did things a little bit differently - I had brandy but no bourbon so I just used the brandy and it's too cold at the moment to grill outside so I baked the chicken in the sauce. It was DELICIOUS. I cut up some leftover bell peppers I needed to use up and spread them around the edges of the baking dish added chicken and topped with the barbecue sauce put some sliced onions on top and baked at 350 for about 40 minutes before topping with cheese and baking another couple minutes until the cheese was melted. It was amazing. Spicy sweet and very flavorful. Thanks Janine!
This was great. The whole family loved it. Prefer spicier food so I used half a can of Chipotle with adobo sauce. Otherwise made exactly as the recipe stated. Used the other half can of chipotle in my mashed potatoes. Thanks for a great recipe. Will try this again and try it on a pork loin!!
What NOT to do. I only thought this dish was ok but I have say that I also had to substitute some ingredients the fire on our grill was too low and I didn't use the onion or cheese on top. I didn't have enough catchup any brandy or any chipotle in adobe sauce. I subbed: Tomato paste with 1 can of water; Cooking Sherry; S Bend Sauce - a flavorful Barbados brand yellow hot sauce. It was too tomatoe-y for my taste and not sweet at all. Since my fire was too low I didn't get the caramelizing on the meat like I thought I would. I tried it again the next day with the cheese...still only ok. Sorry!
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