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I was making ribs and realized I didn't have any BBQ sauce. I picked this one out because it looked tasty and it didn't let me down. My husband was shocked that I made it myself and I have to say I like it better than bottled sauce. Finger licking good! (we used it on pork ribs)
This was really really good! BUT if you're looking for the genuine "BBQ" flavor- this isn't really that- but me and my hubby LOVED it. Tastes so good on out hamburgers. It's a definate keeper! (didn't have a lemon so I used 1 1/2 tbsp of lemon juice.) Oh and I used 2 cloves of minced garlic instead of powder as I LOVE garlic.
Really good. My husband couldn't tell it didn't come out of a bottle. This was a super easy recipe that was great because I had all the ingredients on hand. I will keep in mind for the next time I want bbqed chicken.
Loved it! I was looking for something with the ingredients I had and this was it! I doubled the recipe as follows: 1/2 c. apple cider vinegar 1 cup ketchup 3/4 c. water 1/2 c. brown sugar sprinkle of Lawry's seasoning a couple dashes of worcestersire sauce and... I sauteed a 1/4 of a small onion (chopped fine)and 1 chopped garlic clove and tossed it all in the bowl at the same time. I did make a couple of squirts of ketchup to make a thicker consistency. After all that....I had some boneless pork ribs tossed them in the crockpot and put the BBQ mixture over the top. Stirred together and cooked about 4 hrs. on high then turned to low until we were ready for dinner. When we were ready to eat I took a large slotted spoon and separated the pork. I then ladled it onto good hamburger buns and even the kids ate all their dinner! I think next time I will use the Hawaiian buns. Overall YUMMY!! (even hubby said so and he doesn't say things too often!)
It was a good recipe to use in a pinch as all ingredients are usually easily accessible. It kept the meat tender. Next time I will add more fresh garlic and smoke flavour and maybe 1Tbsp whiskey! You won't go wrong with this recipe.
If you're using this as a replacement for bottled BBQ sauce you're going to be disappointed. However if you're using this for a meat baster or IN something calling for BBQ sauce it imparts nice flavor. I used this in "Slow Cooker Baked Beans" by wannabe chefette on this site and it was a PERFECT addition to that recipe in lieu of bottled BBQ sauce. THANKS for the recipe Dave G!