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Food ITT: A Recipe For Delicious BBQ Sauce

Xylon

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Ingredients:

4 cups of granulated sugar.

4 oz of 80 proof Jack Daniels No. 7

12 oz of Hunt’s Ketchup

6 oz of Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce

4 oz of simmered beef fat.

1/4 cup Soy Sauce

2 tbsp White Vinegar

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Method

In a 12 inch saucepan simmer down 4 ounces of beef fat and stir in the sugar, allow to caramelize and glaze. Stir in ketchup and hot sauce and allow to simmer for ten minutes before adding the Jack Daniels and the Vinegar. Add the soy sauce last and then remove from heat while stirring.

Great for use with pulled pork, burgers, or just about anything else you would eat with BBQ sauce.

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This could use some lovin’ from the oven. And a little paprika…

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Not sure I’d rock the beef fat, but it’s hard to go wrong with a Jack-based BBQ sauce.

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Jack makes EVERYTHING better.

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it looks like a recipe I rly wanna try out someday (4 real!), maybe next summer. but I’ve got some issues with the ingredients as I’m non-US:

-is Hunt’s Ketchup ordinary ketchup or some kind of spiced ketchup? (I don’t think they have it here – never heard of it anyway)

-What is Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce? I also doubt they have it here, are there alternatives?

-the Jack Daniels No. 7 is only 45Vol% alcohol here. does it make a big difference? I do have Stroh though which is 80% but I think Stroh is rum-based and not whiskey-based.

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Louisiana is a brand with a specific taste as is hunts be sure to look at your local sureway or save a lot. typically known as your discount grocer

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Looks awesome, I’ll try it this weekend probably.

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Rastanarcharismarx Posted:

-is Hunt’s Ketchup ordinary ketchup or some kind of spiced ketchup? (I don’t think they have it here – never heard of it anyway)

It’s just an ordinary ketchup. It’s a little thinner than Heinz, and tastes better than Del Monte or Kurtz, but I’m sure any of those would substitute.

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Now I want some ribs.

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Orson I used to be a vegetarian. Though not a vegan. You can supplement the beef fat with a mixture of corn starch, canola oil, and a few other ingredients in fact here.

Vegetarian Beef Fat Substitute

1/2 Cup Corn Starch

3/4 Cup of “better than bullion” no beef, beef flavored broth. (Vegan Safe)

1 cup water heat water to a boil then add broth base and starch stir until desired consistency reached.

Xylon edited this message on 01/19/2009 7:48PM

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Xylon Posted:

Orson I used to be a vegetarian. Though not a vegan. You can supplement the beef fat with a mixture of corn starch, canola oil, and a few other ingredients in fact here.

Vegetarian Beef Fat Substitute

1/2 Cup Corn Starch

3/4 Cup of “better than bullion” no beef, beef flavored broth. (Vegan Safe)

1 cup water heat water to a boil then add broth base and starch stir until desired consistency reached.

Nice. I’ll have to try that.

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4 cups of sugar for less than 30 oz of wet ingredients? That’s not bbq sauce, it’s diabetes in a pan.

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Rastanarcharismarx Posted:

it looks like a recipe I rly wanna try out someday (4 real!), maybe next summer. but I’ve got some issues with the ingredients as I’m non-US:

-is Hunt’s Ketchup ordinary ketchup or some kind of spiced ketchup? (I don’t think they have it here – never heard of it anyway)

-What is Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce? I also doubt they have it here, are there alternatives?

-the Jack Daniels No. 7 is only 45Vol% alcohol here. does it make a big difference? I do have Stroh though which is 80% but I think Stroh is rum-based and not whiskey-based.

thank you very much Log in to see images!

Hunt’s Ketchup is generic, use whichever brand you prefer or have access to.

Louisiana Hot Sauce is also generic. Any Cayenne-based hot sauce will do the trick. Crystal’s, Texas Pete’s and Frank’s Red Hot are popular alternatives that might be available outside the US. Generally though, the cheaper the hot sauce, the more likely that it’s a Louisiana style hot sauce.

Jack Daniel’s Old #7 is 80 proof, not 80%. 1 proof = 0.5%, so your 45% is actually 90 proof. At least if I understand you correctly. Anyway, the alcohol content is irrelevant as it evaporates in the cooking process.

Sneaky27 edited this message on 01/19/2009 8:26PM

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thanks a lot for the help guys Log in to see images!

I’m really gonna look forward to trying this next summer Log in to see images!

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Whoever makes this sauce first should post pics.

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I know the OP is from quite some time ago but I’m finally going on a first bbq of the year in a couple of days and I’d love to make some BBQ sauce. I was though wondering whether there is a vegetarian alternative to beef fat (yeah there is one of them in the group). [IGNORE THE PART STRIKED THROUGH] (and I dunno where to get beef fat anyway)

Rastanarcharismarx edited this message on 04/03/2009 2:42PM

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I thought beef don’t have fat

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Inertia Posted:

I thought beef don’t have fat

Huh? beef comes from cows, which have fat, and lots of steaks (read: beef) come with fat on the edges as well.

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