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Unread 02-03-2008, 08:34 AM   #1
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Default Need a recipe for sauce for pulled chuck roast

I cooked a couple chuck roasts yesterday for today's game. I don't have a sauce that I really like with beef. Has anybody got one that they like. Thanks. Brian
PS I also made some fatties stuffed with chopped apple, sharp Cheddar cheese, and brown sugar, then wrapped in bacon, to be sliced as appetizers.
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This is what I used on my Pulled Chuck last week:

Black Jack BBQ Sauce:
2 cups chopped sweet onion, 2 cups strong coffee, 1 cup catsup,
1 cup worcestershire, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup cider vinegar,
1/4 cup Texas Pete, 3 Tbls. chili powder, 6 cloves garlic minced,
2 tsp. salt
Combine in sauce pan, bring to simmer, simmer 1/2 hour....
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This is what I used on my Pulled Chuck last week:

Black Jack BBQ Sauce:
2 cups chopped sweet onion, 2 cups strong coffee, 1 cup catsup,
1 cup worcestershire, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup cider vinegar,
1/4 cup Texas Pete, 3 Tbls. chili powder, 6 cloves garlic minced,
2 tsp. salt
Combine in sauce pan, bring to simmer, simmer 1/2 hour....
Damn, that sound's good!! Copied.........TY

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Sounds good, N8! I've never tried Texas Pete. What other hot sauce is it similar to?
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Sounds good, N8! I've never tried Texas Pete. What other hot sauce is it similar to?
Frank's original
Louisiana
Tapatio
Valentina

Texas Pete does have it's own unique flavor though. It's the only thing I'll use in my BBQ beans.

And thanks for the recipe N8. I will try that.
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Sounds good, N8! I've never tried Texas Pete. What other hot sauce is it similar to?
Around here a lot of folks use it primarily as Pork BBQ Sauce.

It is a milder, sweeter red cayenne pepper and vinegar sauce compared to something more firey like Tabasco Sauce.
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Frank's original
Louisiana
Tapatio
Valentina

Texas Pete does have it's own unique flavor though. It's the only thing I'll use in my BBQ beans.
I think i have all three of those on hand, but it sounds like I *need* some Texas Pete

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Around here a lot of folks use it primarily as Pork BBQ Sauce.

It is a milder, sweeter red cayenne pepper and vinegar sauce compared to something more firey like Tabasco Sauce.
Sound good...
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Around here a lot of folks use it primarily as Pork BBQ Sauce.

It is a milder, sweeter red cayenne pepper and vinegar sauce compared to something more firey like Tabasco Sauce.
Sound's like Frank's redhot that we have up here, i'll have to look for the Pete's!!
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