A piquant sauce often containing vinegar tomatoes sugar and spices used especially for basting in barbecuing meat.
Pulled Pork with Strawberry BBQ Sauce
When you're looking for a new main dish pork recipe, try this twist on an old-fashioned pork barbecue sandwich that uses a fruity barbecue sauce .
Applewood Smokehouse Sandwiches with Cider BBQ Sauce
Hearty BBQ smoked chicken or pulled pork sandwiches layered on toasted Kaiser rolls with crisp applewood smoked bacon, smoky-sweet cider barbecue sauce and crunchy apple slaw.
Apricot Grilled Chicken
Try this easy stir-together barbecue sauce rather than jar sauce. Fresh ginger imparts spicy sweet notes to the fruity sauce. Here it's brushed over grilled chicken legs, but use it on chicken breasts and pork chops as well.
Barbecue Sauce : Buy It vs. Make It
This was one of those weeks. Barbecue sauce ? What kind of dumb assignment is that? Why would anyone make barbecue sauce ? Did I suggest this? Does my ..... Why would I bother with this? Barbecue sauce ! There are 900 kinds of barbecue
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s start with a simple smokey barbecue sauce that’s versatile enough for ..... great tangy taste of Kansas City barbecue sauce , whose secret is molasses ..... a super-quick way to make a BBQ sauce with nothing but chili sauce and
Slow Cooker Dry Rub Pork Roast
I hope you're having a wonderful Valentine's Day! My kids are off school today, and are in the other room in a chocolate coma, giving me a few minutes to type. You'll love this pork. Unless you don't like pork. Then you should use a beef chuck roast or something similar. I had a frozen pork butt/shoulder in the freezer and wanted to make a pulled pork of some sort but wasn't feeling in the mood for barbecue sauce . I threw together this dry rub in a few seconds using pantry staples, and was really happy with the end result. The meat is perfect--- not gloppy wet, not dried out ---- just perfectly seasoned with a very pleasant flavor. The secret is the anise. Don't be scared that your meat will taste like black licorice --- I'm a red vine kind of girl (THEY ARE NOT GLUTEN FREE!) -- and always steered clear of anything black licorice, and I promise you that the anise just gives a lovely flavor you're not going to be able to recreate without it. A bottle will last you for quite a while, and if you have extra, my friend Jenny made some awesome cookies using anise. The Ingredients. serves 6 - 8 1 onion, peeled and sliced into rings 3 to 4 pounds pork roast (butt/shoulder) 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 tablespoon ground corriander 1 tablespoon paprika 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1 teaspoon anise seeds 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 to 2 limes, for serving (optional) The Directions. Use a 6-quart slow cooker. Place the onion rings into the bottom of your cooker, and spread them apart a bit with your fingers. Place the pork directly on top --- my meat was still frozen. If there is netting on your meat, cut it away. In a small bowl, combine the sugar and all dry spices to create a rub. Using your fingers, rub this all over the meat, flipping a few times to ensure good coverage. Cover, and cook on low for 8 to 10 hours, or until meat has lost shape and pulls apart easily with a large fork. Serve over a bed of rice or quinoa, or stuff into pita pockets, lettuce leaves, etc. I squeezed a bit of lime onto our servings, and enjoyed the contrast in flavors, but it's certainly not necessary. We had enough leftover for me to reheat on the stovetop ( or in the Ninja! ) with a 1/2 bottle of barbecue sauce the next day for sandwiches. The Verdict. I used to be allergic to pork; this last pregnancy re-programed my body , and I'm so happy that I can now add this meat into our meal rotation. I like how this seasoning blend doesn't create an overly sweet or sticky or gloppy meat --- not that those features are bad --- I just wasn't particularly in the mood for that, and this fit the bill! in other news: I made a DIY standing desk for myself out of an ironing board! I'm going to be on the Rachael Ray show again next Friday, the 22nd UPDATED: it's NOW TUESDAY, the 19th!! f or a few minutes. It's a 5-year follow-up to the first time I appeared. The premise of the clip is how "Rachael Ray changed my life" and I pretty much cried through the whole thing.... I promise to be more composed next time. :-) have a wonderful day!! . . . . Make sure to visit my store page for my books, recommended slow cookers, and other fun slow-cooking stuff. Thank you for your support! --steph
How to Make Turkey Burgers
quarter cup of jalapeno jelly melted or barbecue sauce , which we're using today; 3 package ..... we're gonna put a little bit our barbecue sauce on both sides of the turkey burgers ..... to the other side. We'll put that barbecue sauce on and that will be ready to servetablespoon of olive oil; a quarter cup of jalapeno jelly melted or barbecue sauce , which we're using today; 3 package shredded red cabbage; thinly sliced red onion, as your desired toppings, or potato rolls, kaiser rolls,last but not the least, we're gonna put a little bit our barbecue sauce on both sides of the turkey burgers. So, if you have a baser obviously, you can use that to base it. Spoon works fine too. Spread it all on top of that to all of those lovely flavors are gonna infuse in the burger and we're gonna do the same to the other side. We'll put that barbecue sauce on and that will be ready to serve up. So, once you have your barbecue sauce on, let them cook just minute more on each side and that's it. So, we have her our toasted hamburger buns andup pretty quickly. So, keep an eye on them, but also that barbecue sauce gives a nice brown effect. Oh, look at that, nice big burger fantastic, and there you go. That's how you make your
How to Make BBQ Pork Ribs
put together this amazing homemade barbecue sauce . So, put your oil in the saucepan ..... should take about 40 minutes. The barbecue sauce is looking great. I'm gonna take ..... the tops of the ribs with this great barbecue sauce . This barbecue sauce is gonna be sothe ribs are in the oven, let's put together this amazing homemade barbecue sauce . So, put your oil in the saucepan, and then there-- you have the 2 cups of chopped onions. So we're gonna cookdown to about 4 cups, that should take about 40 minutes. The barbecue sauce is looking great. I'm gonna take out about 2 cups of it and we're gonna use that for basting. The rest of it, you can save and serve on the side. It's been about a half an hour. The ribs are out of the oven. They're looking great and now it's time to put them on the grill, but first, I'm going to brush the tops of the ribs with this great barbecue sauce . This barbecue sauce is gonna be so flavorful and delicious on top of the rub we already have, it doesn't get much better than this.your serving platter. There we go. Serve the ribs alongside the remaining barbecue sauce and you're done. It doesn't get much better than this during the summer, and that's how you make barbecue pork ribs. Thanks
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