Recipes Index - page 3
Sweet Mustard Sauce
Here is a fruit-based version of a Carolina mustard sauce. In many places you will find preserves added to barbecue sauces to give them a great sweet flavor. This is a great sauce for barbecue because the low temperatures won't burn the sugars.
Texas-Style Barbecue Sauce (diabetic)
I can't guarantee that this recipe is right for all restrictive diets. I have had requests for a diabetic barbecue sauce and this is the closest I could come up with.
Hot Smoke Finishing Sauce
This pulled pork finishing sauce is absolutely delicious! You can add it to all sorts of grilled and smoked meats, but is it perfect on slow smoked pork.
Sweet Mustard Barbecue Sauce
This is a mustard-based barbecue sauce, which might sound strange to a few people, but is actually a delicious Southern barbecue sauce. The combination of mustard and molasses gives barbecued meats a sweet and sour flavor.
Southern Vinegar Sauce
This is a traditional vinegar based Carolina style barbecue sauce. Notice that there is no tomato base in this recipe, just lots of flavor.
Best Odds Pulled Pork Sauce
This is the sauce you add to a pulled pork after it has been smoked and pulled. It is best to combine it with the pork in a saucepan over a low heat.
Best Odds Pulled Pork Table Sauce
Traditional barbecue pork or pulled pork is served with a sauce on the side. This table sauce is a classic combination of cider vinegar for sour, brown sugar for sweet, tomato for color, and cayenne for heat.
Jack Daniel's BBQ Sauce
This is not only a great barbecue sauce, but a very unique one. If you aren't keen on the classic tomato sauces try this one which is loaded with fresh mushrooms and whiskey.
This is an old style mustard-based barbecue sauce. This recipe is for a basting sauce used for smoking or grilling slabs of ribs, pork loins, pork butts, pork tenderloins, ham, chicken, or any meat of your choice.
Savory Rib Sauce
This is a thin and flavorful barbecue sauce that works well when applied to ribs towards the end of cooking. It can also be used as a dipping sauce served at the table. Add extra cayenne to kick up the heat.
If you haven't tried a mustard based barbecue sauce then you are really missing out on something. This sauce works well with almost anything, but particularly pork.
Piedmont Barbecue Sauce
This is a classic Carolina Style Barbecue Sauce. Typically, served on smoked pork (at the table), this thin, vinegar based sauce has tons of flavor.
Tar-Heel BBQ Sauce
This recipe is attributed to the Rev. Frank Purvis of Hassel, North Carolina and is an excellent sauce for Pulled Pork.
Classic BBQ Rib Sauce
If you like a rich, thick barbecue sauce on your ribs, then this is the perfect one for you. By using tomato sauce and tomato paste instead of ketchup you get a richer flavor in your barbecue sauce.
Alabama White Barbecue Sauce
This traditional Alabama Barbecue Sauce uses Mayonnaise as its base rather than tomato sauce, vinegar, or any of the other traditional barbecue sauce bases. Like many barbecue sauces you want to apply this only at the very end of your grilling or smoking. It will breakdown and separate if it is heated too long. Use this sauce on chicken and turkey. It is also good on pork. Alabama White Barbecue Sauce has a tangy flavor that is a great addition to grilled foods.
Barbecue Sauce Base
Want to make your own barbecue sauce? Then this is the base you need to get started. This recipe will give you a good, thick tomato sauce that you can then add to.
Walter Jetton's Barbecue Sauce
This sauce was made famous by President Johnson's Pitmaster, Walter Jetton.
Best Ever Barbecue Sauce
This is a classic barbecue sauce, heavy on the tomato with a wide range of flavors including a hint of lemon, making any barbecued food taste more authentic.
Best Odds Rib Sauce
This is a classic barbecue sauce for ribs. The combination of flavors enhances the flavor of the ribs, but doesn't overpower them. If you add this sauce to ribs while they are still cooking make sure it doesn't burn. The sauce should be rich and thick, not black and burned.
Cornell Barbecue Chicken Sauce
This is the famous barbecue sauce created at Cornell University's Farm Home Extension in the 1950's.
Horseradish Barbecue Sauce
This hot barbecue sauce works really well on chicken and pork ribs.
Apple City Barbecue Sauce
This award-winning sauce will enhance just about any barbecued dish. Some barbecue sauce can be very thick and just sit on top of the meat. This sauce is smooth and on the thin side. This help it to seep down into the meat.
Spicy Molasses and Ginger Barbecue Sauce
This is a richly flavored sauce with some definite heat to it. If you don't want it spicy, omit the chili or substitute with a milder pepper.
Chipotle and Red Wine Barbecue Sauce
This barbecue sauce can be used as a serving sauce as well as a basting sauce. It works well on just about any meat.
Basic Barbecue Sauce
This classic tomato based barbecue sauce recipe uses tomato sauce and paste, not ketchup. This gives it a more distinctive flavor while giving you an authentic barbecue sauce. Try adding 2 teaspoons of liquid smoke to the sauce for a smoky flavor.