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Unread 12-01-2011, 11:46 AM   #1
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Default Your opinion on this sauce recipe, please

I'm looking for a good "sweet 'n spicy" BBQ sauce recipe. I found this one online and it has over 700 reviews at 5 stars and has been saved over 48,000 times.

Two questions please........

  1. Should I make it "as is" or leave out the liquid smoke?
  2. Should I forget about this recipe and use yours? (Please share!)
http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Big-Als...ce/Detail.aspx

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Make it as is. I like the liquid smoke in sauce,
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I always make a "new to me" recipe exactly as is, and then tweak it to my liking if necessary. Cheers!!!
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+1 for making as is.

Please let us know how it turns out. Looks like it will be very thin.
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Yep as is. I make a similar less the cinnamon.
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1 more as is.
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You should make the sauce as is written the first time... then try it without the liq smoke. I did it this way and I preferred to get my smoke from the fire. JMO. It is a pretty good sauce either way.
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as is and then work on it, if you want to.
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As others have said, you can try it as is. I personally would get rid of the liquid smoke. I used to play with it in my sauces some experimenting but quickly found out that it had a certain bitterness that I really don't like. In addition, I think 4 tsp. is way more than I would ever try to use. A little bit of that stuff goes a long way. The only way to find out though is try it yourself.
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Thanks guys.........and check this recipe out. Does it look like their apple cider vinegar ratio is too much??? I made this recipe a few months back and the "vinegar" taste was strong.
(scroll down the page to see the recipe)
http://www.bbqpitboys.com/barbecue_s...try_style.html
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I disregard any recipe that has Liquid Smoke in it. I can't stand the taste of it. I want real smoke flavor. But I would try it without the liquid smoke.
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Here is a recipe I've been using for awhile now that is farkin GREAT! I only do half batches so just use half of what it calls for, also I love hot stuff but this recipe calls for 5 Tbls of crushed red pepper I only use 2 1/2 and 1/2 Tbls of cayenne it call for a full one. I've been adjusting it for awhile now it's great on all meat's I haven't tried it on chicken but butt's,brisket,ribs it's awesome on. I strain the finished product for a smooth sauce ounce it cools for a little bit too.

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i'd suggest leaving OUT the liquid smoke to start. you can always add a bit later to test, but you can never remove it. you'd have to make a whole other batch. why bother?
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