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Unread 04-04-2013, 02:57 PM   #1
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Default Grainy BBQ Sauce?

Was making my own sauce today wich I have done many times but for some reason this time it has come out a little grainy. I can't really figure out why. I put in the dry stuff with apple cider vinegar and boil. Then add the rest. But for some reason it is like alot didn't disolve. Any ideas why this could happen?
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And any idea how I can fix it?
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Maybe reduce the amount of dry grainy stuff you put into it. Any liquid, in your case cider vinegar, can only hold a certain amount of items dissolved into solution.

For example, if you boil water and continue to cup after cup of salt you will eventually reach a point where the salt will stop dissolving. In a thicker liquid like BBQ sauce, anything that isn't dissolved will end up giving it a grainy texture.

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Blend it on high with a Cup of ice then reduce it back to the original consistency.
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Thank you both.
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