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Unread 04-29-2014, 01:11 PM   #31
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You do have a point, Chris. But, I understood why it got moved to WP and assumed that the title itself was enough to do so. I know the OP didn't intend to generate an actual discussion, I don't think, but when I read the opening, I thought to myself that the idea of using the tomato based concentrate actually could work out quite nicely, or at least make an interesting experiment. Bringing gtr's post into it, the soup was often served with grilled cheese sandwiches when I was growing up. Making me think to perhaps marry the sauce to smoked then fried bologna on a cheesy grilled sandwich...

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I'll try it
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^^^^^^not afoul. This is why we ask folks to read the header for each forum and use it decide where they want to post their thread and what sort of reaction and information they are hoping to get from it.
Not that I'm counting, but the other thread was moved to Road Trips as it is basically a "review" of a restaurant on wheels.

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See what you did Guerry You were born to be in Q Talk I do like this idea and tomatoe soup and grilled cheese is a Great lunch
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I guess what I reacted to in the original pic was the neon red color. Looked like nuclear spaghetti sauce.
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Ever look at four color offset printing on glossy newsprint periodicals from the 50s and 60s? SCARY colors.
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We're on page 3 and I still haven't seen the actual recipe for making BBQ sauce with tomato soup.
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http://www.campbellskitchen.com/reci...bq-sauce-24431

What You'll Need

1 can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's® Condensed Tomato Soup
1/4 cup vinegar
1/4 cup vegetable oil
2 tablespoons packed brown sugar
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1/8 teaspoon Louisiana-style hot sauce (optional)

How to Make It

  • 1 Stir the soup, vinegar, oil, brown sugar, Worcestershire, garlic powder and hot sauce, if desired, in a medium bowl. Use the soup mixture to baste chicken, hamburgers, ribs or steak during grilling. Discard any remaining soup mixture.
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Needs work, if you ask me...
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WRONG!!!!

1 can Tomato Soup
1 bottle liquid smoke
1 gallon molasses
Salt to taste.

Kansas City Style.
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Default world famous ninja style bbq souper sauce

I was going to post this in its own thread but since my terroristic demands were met I'll post this here

Recipe for bbq souper sauce.

Sauté an onion in some oil

Add a can of chipolte in sauce.



One large can of tomato soup, cider vinegar, Worcester sauce, mustard, cup of juice or pop, red pepper flakes, molasses, brown sugar. Put in any salt spices and herb you think its missing. Add whatever else ya want too.



Simmer for 15 minutes or however long you feel is necessary.

Give it a taste, add some ketsup, puree, paste, more pop, leftover bbq sauce, hot sauce, honey, syrup, whatever you think it's missing. Simmer this down to your liking, strain the solids, let cool and stick it in a container.



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I was going to post this in its own thread but since my terroristic demands were met I'll post this here
You do know that the MODS can make Ninjas disappear, right!? POOF!......We don't put up with terrorists, neeytha!


I'm liking your take on the recipe, but I think the original will stand on it's own if placed in the right situation.
I was trying to figure out the original recipe, and it's quite simple and open to LOTS of variation. T soup vs. ketchup is a big difference as is tomato sauce. That Campbell's recipe is a decent base for a good number of sauces just depends on the tomato factor.......................and where you go from there.
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That's not a bad idea at all actually! I usually start with some tomato puree or sauce and that V-8 would probably be a good alternative for a base in a thin peppery Texas style sauce! I haven't seen it in years but there used to be a product called "Snappy Tom", which was pretty much a spicy hot tomato juice as well, I'd bet that it'd be good too!
V8 spicy should make a good substitute if snappy tom isn't available in Kyle.
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