Homemade Barbeque Sauce

It is so easy to make really good BBQ sauce at home.  If you have never done this before, give it a shot.  It is so much better than the nasty grocery store stuff.


In  a bowl, measure 1 T. black pepper,  1 C. brown sugar, 2 tsp. dried thyme, 1 tsp. celery salt, 1 T. chili powder and 2 T. granulated garlic.

Saute' 1 diced onion in 3 T. olive oil.  Sprinkle the spices in a cook for a couple minutes longer.

Add 2 C. ketchup, 1/2 C. yellow mustard, 1/2 C. cider vinegar, 1/4 C. lemon juice and 1/4 C. steak sauce.


Add 1/3 C. Worcestershire sauce and 1 T hot sauce, 1/4 tsp. liquid smoke and 1/3 C. molasses.

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Whisk this all together and simmer it for about 15 minutes.  This smells wonderful!

You can use this on everything you grill all summer long.  It makes great BBQ'd chicken.

Comments

Suzanne said…
Yummy as per usual!

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Patty Woodland said…
I make a cherry barbecue sauce from the tomatoes we grow and the cherries I pit. It comes out quite well.
Guillaume said…
It looks delicious. I wish it was the right temperature for a barbecue here.
Plus you can put some on The Claw and scare small children in your neighbourhood. Zombie Apocalypse!
Looks heavenly! I would even use this on my hotdogs or sausages on the grill.
Kay G. said…
Well, doggone it, I'm gonna get me something to BBQ just to make this sauce. Thank you!
LindaG said…
Bookmarked. Will have to give it a try. :o)
Nellie said…
This sounds like a good sauce!
Barb said…
That blog tech comes in very handy!! Sounds like a delicious sauce.
Rue said…
Leave it to you to take something that I've never particularly cared for, and make it sound really good!
TARYTERRE said…
Nobody here likes to grill out except ME. This sauce sounds AWESOME.
SharleneT said…
Yay! Blog Tech is helping out in the kitchen... that sauce sounds absolutely delicious and one I'm going to try for the Midtown Market. Love the combination of flavors. Thanks for sharing.