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Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipes

Smoked BBQ Chicken

Smoked BBQ Chicken

HOMEMADE BBQ SAUCE

Heat 2 Tbl. POWER Rub with 1+1/2 cups Orange Juice and 1 Tbl. Cider Vinegar. Simmer until thick or use thickener (Corn Starch or Arrowroot). Enjoy!

Heat Orange Juice and Apple Cider together

Heat Orange Juice and Apple Cider together

Mix in desired amount of POWER Rub. Stir and heat until thickened.

Mix in desired amount of POWER Rub. Stir and heat until thickened.

Chicago Pit Style– Add  2 Tbl. Tomato Paste,1 Tbl. Molasses & a of Dash Worcestershire Sauce.

Texas Smokey Style– Add 1/2 Cup Smoked or Grilled Onion (chopped), 2 Tbl. Molasses & a Dash Hot Sauce

Tennesse Style– Add shot of Jack Daniels, Dash Worcestershire, 1 Tsp. each Brown Sugar & Molasses

Red Hot BBQ Sauce

Secret Ingredient Hot Tamales Candy

Secret Ingredient Hot Tamales Candy

Chop up 1/5 Cup Hot Tamales Candy, smaller to melt faster.

Chop up 1/5 Cup Hot Tamales Candy, smaller to melt faster.

Add chopped Candy into pot, stir until it melts and thickens.

Add chopped Candy into pot, stir until it melts and thickens.

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Using BBQ Rub To Transform Rotisserie Chicken – TasteeBQ Reveals the Truth (PART 2)

The Adventures of TasteeBQ

Courtesy of  www.TasteeBQ.com

Most GrillMasters will tell you that the secret to smoking fresh Chicken is Low and Slow for hours, with careful temperature control. By starting with a precooked, Rotisserie Chicken it will absorb the smoke as you reheat it on the Grill. TasteeBQ recently went on a worldwide quest to assemble a Magic Rub with 9 of the greatest SuperFoods on the planet.

Brief Summary- Part 1:

TEMPORARY HOME RUB POTION
2 Tbsp. Smoked Paprika
1.Tbsp. Garlic
1. Tbsp. Cumin
1. Tsp.Turmeric
1. Tsp. Raw Sugar
1/2 Tsp. Sea Salt
1/4 Tsp. Pepper
[Salt and Sugar optional]

Part 2

TasteeBQ grew up in the Midwest. Flavors from Texas, South Carolina and Tennessee influenced folks to create a variety of Chicago Style BBQ Sauces. Most of these Sauces use Ground Mustard, which is rarely Gluten Free (GF). Forced to solve this dilemma, our Hero decided to visit Okinawa, Japan-…

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