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This recipe is a good start. Very easy and okay in flavor - but a little sweet for us. I didn't have cider vinegar - so used white vinegar. Added a little more vinegar a splash of worchestershire some garlic and onion powder. Also a bit less red pepper flakes just because we don't care of a LOT of heat. After the changes I'll be making this often.
mmmh! rely good!!! i luv it but a add my own ingredients i put two tbsp of Worcestershire sauce haft cup of chili powder 1/4 cap of cayenne pepper and fried into the butter a little bit of onion and one clove of mince garlic aaah and like to or tree tabs of soy sauce.... it was GOOD!!!
great base for a BBQ sauce. I do not use the viniger but add liquid smoke whorchester sauce fresh crushed garlic and depending on my mood Dark brown sugar or honey or molasas. We like it hot so I have also been known to add chipolote chili powder or I dry my own jalanenos. Add a little Wishey or Rum and weeehoooo you gots yer self some Kicked Up Qing sauce