Barbecue sauce recipes are delicious and versatile. Just a few changes to the ingredients or a longer simmering time and you have a completely new sauce.
There is a barbecue sauce for everyone out there whether you like it hot or mild, sweet or tangy, vinegar based or ketchup based.
I had a few bbq sauce recipes that I really loved, however at the time I was using ingredients that I have had to eliminate from my diet due to some common food allergies.
Some ingredients included, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and garlic, (I am working on a homemade version of Worcestershire and Soy Sauce), I have found that a combination of white vinegar and salt seems to satisfy for soy sauce.
Luckily I am still able to use vinegar and ketchup as a base for barbecue sauce.
Now that the above ingredients have been eliminated from my allergy free recipes I am working on searching for and creating other tasty combinations.
I love making barbecue sauce recipes for chicken wings, ribs, pulled pork, and of course barbecued chicken. These are a few foods that I am glad that I can still enjoy while avoiding my food allergies.
Of course I have been making adjustments to some of the popular side dishes such as potato salad, as I cannot use mayonnaise.
Mild Honey Mustard Barbecue Sauce Ingredients:
Place all ingredients into a saucepan. Stir occasionally with a whisk on medium high heat to bring contents to a boil, allow to boil for a few minutes. Turn the heat down to low and allow simmering for 30-40 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Note: I find that the longer you simmer the more the flavor comes out. I suggest simmering for at least 30 mins but if you have time, up to two hours is better.
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