BBQ sauce is generally a basic mixture of tomatoes, sugar and vinegar. Tomatoes used can be in various forms such as tomato
sauce, dominos white sauce, paste, puree and even ketchup. Sugar adds sweetness to the barbecue sauce and can either be corn
syrup, honey or molasses. The addition of vinegar, on the other hand, lends a sour flavor to the bbq sauce and can be in the form of
beer, white or flavored vinegar, wine or citrus juices. In general, bbq sauces can be used throughout the barbecue process from
preparation to cooking meat farandoles. However, be careful with sugar based bbq sauces when cooking as they can easily burn while
cooking and ruin the flavor of the meat.
The combination of these three ingredients makes up the basic recipe of almost all bbq sauces. However, variations based on tastes and
personal preferences often lend a hand in the creation of a unique bbq sauce. On the whole, most people will have their own special
barbecue sauce although there are still many who search for their ideal barbecue sauce in stores.
The "best" tagline is a cliché. Still, it would not be wrong, to say that Corkysbbq sauce is the better-known Barbecue Gourmet Sauce.
Corkys gourmet barbecue sauce is Memphis based and a family owned business. As it is with family businesses, corkys have some
fabulous seasonings, up its sleeve, which unquestionably gives it an edge over other barbeque sauces. Farrah Fawcett says: "Corky's,
thank you for the best BBQ ever, and I'm from Texas." AnetteBenning, far away from her American Beauty narrow-mindedness, pays a
fulsome compliment: " The BBQ is fabulous".
Dijon mustard, brown sugar, tomato sauce, jalapeno, green chile peppers, onions, Worcester sauce, vinegar, garlic, salt, spices and soy
oil are what goes into the making of Dave's BBQ Sauce. This sauce is made from a chile Dijon base and is slightly sweet, slightly spicy
and very, very tangy. It is too good as toppings on chicken, burgers, veggies, pork chops, etc.
Jack Daniel's BBQ Sauce, Pappy's Moonshine Madness, Maguires Irish BBQ Sauce and Smuggler's Run Scurvy Dog BBQ Sauce are
some other reputed Barbecue gourmet sauce, worth trying.
Rub it on...
Barbecue rubs give traditional barbecue a whole new dimension. It makes for a tastier and more flavorful barbecue. In fact, most famed
barbecue restaurants use rubs to give their ribs, chicken and steaks a rich deep flavor. Barbecue rubs should be rubbed thickly into the
meat and left there for at least four hours or more. When grilling, the barbecue rub will give the meat a nice, chunky and crusty coating.