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Unread 01-08-2014, 08:48 PM   #31
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Roxy's mustard sauce is a good one...its nice on pulled pork
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Unread 01-08-2014, 08:53 PM   #32
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Blues Hog Honey Mustard is real good.
As far as a more "traditional" mustard/vinegar, I make my own. It's super easy, but is absolutely one of my favorites on all things BBQ.


I use this recipe. Simple and excellent....
http://barbecuebible.com/recipe/sout.../#.Us12WtJDt8E
I love SC mustard sauce, and am so happy I caught this before it fell off the board. Thanks, Kempis!
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I really like famous Dave's Georgia mustard sauce. It's spicy and reasonably thin.
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Unread 01-08-2014, 09:14 PM   #34
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I grew up on SC Style and mustard was always my favorite. Personal preference is spicy and vinegary. adjust to your taste. My basic canvas for the mustard starts with taking the idea of taking it in size to your need rather than measures.

1/2 onion mince
Jalapeño or Habanero purée with some h2o & evoo
Sauté the onion and purée with another couple tbsp evoo and 2tbsp butter

1 part yellow mustard to 1/2 part cider vinegar for the base. 1/4 part beef stock or so adds some body. As sweet balance, I like to start with 1 part brown sugar.
Add this to sauté and bring to low boil / simmer for 10 minutes. Start with black pepper, salt, turmeric, paprika and cayenne in equal 1tbsp amounts initially. You can always add more but you can't take it back!

After it simmers for 20 minutes, carefully taste. Whatever you add, bring it back to simmer and let it sit for a bit so that it composes. When adding the sweet, I really stick with C&H Pure Cane and Light Brown mixed. They both add different dimensions to the mustard base. Hope this helps-
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Ya know what sucks? Just about every one of the suggestions given above are great...so man ya got some tastin' to do!!


As far as my faves go? Blues hog for bought and Roxy's for made. And I second the suggestion to NOT sniff the simmering sauce!
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Ya know what sucks? Just about every one of the suggestions given above are great...so man ya got some tastin' to do!!


As far as my faves go? Blues hog for bought and Roxy's for made. And I second the suggestion to NOT sniff the simmering sauce!
You're right on, so many to choose from. I'm going to make Roxys sauce, may cut back a tad on the vinegar though, not much of a fan of it.

Thanks for the replies people!
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While trying variations in sweetner for home made sauce, don't overlook mole-asses
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Blues Hog also makes a great Mustard BBQ Sauce. Not sweet and not hot.
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I make a pretty darn good mustard sauce myself, but if I had to choose a commercial brand; I like sticky fingerz
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BBQ Stu's from Pittsburg is the best!!! I amm almost out and need another case!!
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One of my favorites is Bone Suckin' Hot Mustard...goes good on anything!
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BBQ Sauce do you make it the day of? or do you make it the day before? If you make it the day before do you warm it up or serve it cold?
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I find that sauces are usually better after they've sat for a few days. I make two different mustard sauces, one I serve cold, one I heat. It's a preference thing I guess.

A good bottled mustard sauce is the Bullseye Gold I think it's called. It's really good.
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BBQ Sauce do you make it the day of? or do you make it the day before? If you make it the day before do you warm it up or serve it cold?
I make it when ever I run low there might not be any BBQ left but I'm ready fer the next time
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Best I have found is Kitty's North Carolina BBQ and Dipping Sauce. Kinda hard to find but worth the effort.
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