|Jul 17, 2008 5:45 pm
||Backyard Burner Barbie-Q - Recipes that sizzle.
|| Heya Apron Donners.
As a summer fun thing, post your own homegrown recipes here
for outdoor cooking enjoyment.
I'll start with a barbeque sauce recipe. I don't have this
one written down anywhere as it is so easy to remember.
3 to 6 ingredients total.
Eileen's Quickie Barbie-Q Sauce.
Mix equal amounts of:
1 - Tomato Ketchup (Catsup if you can find it)
2 - Grape Jelly (I use Welches)
3 - Add a dash of Worcestershire Sauce (dash only!).
Put in the microwave to warm - then whisk.
If the jelly does not mix well - microwave some more.
Other ingredients to add for your own personal taste:
Tabasco - if you want to turn up the heat.
Onions - minced or processed.
Garlic - minced or from a jar.
Use your imagination to add other ingredients.
Some I have added before that my family liked:
Hickory Smoke flavor.
Mesquite Smoke flavor.
This is a great recipe to slather on any meat you are
grilling (except steaks of course!) and most people have
these ingredients in the refrigerator.
It is also a good recipe to add to the condiments on the
table for guests to use at their discretion.
It's one of my "off the shelf" recipes for unexpected
Now that I have cut tomatoes and grapes out of my diet
(I am still very unhappy about that)
I will especially miss adding this great sauce to my
big ol' hunks of meat!
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