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Recipe For Barbecue Sauce — 35 Comments

  1. This sounds great Tandy. Makes me wonder wy would we bother to buy it when its so simple to make ! And so much better without all the extra salt and sugar in commerical varieties. Will definitely give this a try.

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    • I so agree, there is so much ‘junk’ and funny e numbers etc. in commercial products – please let me know what you think of the sauce if you try make it 🙂

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  2. Looks good to me, I don’t tend to eat ready made barbecue sauces as I find they’re a touch too sweet for my palate even if I can eat sugar I’m not a massive fan.

    Love your blog

    TTFN

    Mr Bunny Chow

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    • thanks so much for the kind words, and the visit 🙂

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  3. I cant believe the things they put in our food now. My husband is diabetic and we are always mindful of what he eats and thanks to blogs like yours, I get new ideas on what to make for dinner. I also prefer making my own sauces and use a lot of paprika and pepper flakes bec my husband loves it. Great blog, I really enjoyed reading your posts and recipes.

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    • Thank you so much Alisa 🙂 I think it is very scary what goes into our food!

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  4. Home made is always better!!

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    • I think so too 🙂

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  5. Looks good to me.. and trusting your body is such wise advice, we should all listen to our bodies more!! c

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    • that is so true Celi 🙂

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  6. This sounds like a great topping for meatloaf. I can’t believe that sugar is put in so many processed food items. Would you believe that there is added sugar in some canned beans. Not beans that have a sauce or anything…just plain canned beans.

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    • I cannot fathom why they would add sugar to canned beans, as the brine is a preserving agent! Seems like madness to me 🙂

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  7. I love BBQ sauce! Is the sugar in ketchup not an issue? I always have a hard time finding non-high fructose corn syrup ketchup (yup, I’m a label-reader too, I want real ingredients in my food!)

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    • I can sometimes find a sugar free ketchup but as soon as the bottle I have is finished I will make my own and post the recipe 🙂

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      • A recipe for homemade ketchup? Oh my gosh, I will love you forever when this is posted! I am obsessed with ketchup, but I know the store stuff is filled with such junk, I’d love a homemade version where I know just what’s in it!

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        • That is why I make so much of my own jarred goods – at least I know there is no junk in them 🙂

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  8. I must print this out and stash it until it is our barbecue season once more, Tandy 🙂

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  9. I must print this out and stash it until our barbecue season once more, Tandy 🙂

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    • hope the winter is not too long Kate 🙂

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  10. A perfect BBQ sauce! x

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    • thanks Yvette 🙂

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  11. Homemade is always better. Is there not sugar in ketchup? Clearly I’m not a label reader!

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    • hi Greg, most ketchup’s do have sugar but there are a few really good ones on the market that don’t 🙂

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  12. Home made is always bound to taste better. This looks like it would be gorgeous for summer cook outs. Thank you!

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    • I am going to make another batch for sure as your idea of using it for summer cook outs is great 🙂

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  13. Your sauce looks a good consistency, funnily enough, I have just made a sauce as well and I also photographed in a little white bowl…..greats minds and all that. My sauce isn’t barbecue though. Have a good weekend.

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    • definitely great minds! Have a super weekend 🙂

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  14. The ingredients look perfect to me.

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    • thanks Kim 🙂

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  15. Sounds right to me – no need for sugar in a sauce like that. It’s good you haven’t tasted the manufactured product, as you now know how its meant to taste, not how it should taste with a shelf life of 100yrs and aimed at people whose palates have long ago been dissolved in Coca Cola.

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    • thanks for that! I am so against synthetic tasting anything 🙂

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  16. Must be tough – and as you mention it must be annoying when brands change their ingredients. This sounds like a great tasting bbq sauce though!

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    • I used the rest up for my lasagna the other night and it really added a great depth of flavour 🙂

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  17. Shame Tandy, it must be quite a task to always read labels and it seems there is “hidden” sugar in so many things now days. Your BBQ sauce sound great.
    😉 Mandy

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    • I don’t mind reading labels, but I do mind when they change the ingredients in a product I have been using for years and add sugar 🙂

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