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Pour On The Barbecue Sauce

Updated on September 2, 2013
Barbecue Sauce has always been one of my favorite things ever.
Barbecue Sauce has always been one of my favorite things ever.

Pour On The Barbecue Sauce

As I was growing up I was always either eating barbecue sauce or craving barbecue sauce. And believe me I tried barbecue sauce on everything from onion rings to chicken and everything in between. And when I started pursuing a career as a chef I started to experiment with new things to put barbecue sauce on. I went from trying to come up with a delicious new barbecue sauce for ribs to making a barbecue sauce for swordfish steaks.

And I quickly figured out that I not only knew how to make the world's best barbecue sauce but I also had by this time figured out that on chicken barbecue sauce was one of if not the best food I had ever tasted. As more and more people tasted my world famous barbecue chicken they began to tell me more and more that I had quite possibly discovered the worlds best recipe for barbecue chicken.

I make my barbecue chicken all the time and almost everyone that tastes it says that it is the best barbecue chicken they have ever tasted in their lifes.

Over the years I have made my recipe for the worlds best barbecue chicken and people have raved about it once they taste it. Most if not all of the people who taste it say that its truly the best barbecue chicken that they have ever tasted. And if you click the link to check it out just follow the recipe and you will soon be eating the worlds best barbecue chicken.


The Worlds Best Barbecue Chicken Is Here For You.

You have not lived until you taste what I call the world's best barbecue chicken.
You have not lived until you taste what I call the world's best barbecue chicken. | Source

A Quick Barbecue Sauce Recipe

In the south where I grew up I lived all around barbecue and right in the area where I live in Western North Carolina many people claim to make the best barbecue you have ever eaten in your life and many of them claim to make the best barbecue sauce in the world. I know with out a doubt that I make the best barbecue and barbecue sauce in the world. Try any of my recipes and you'll see that I do indeed know how to make the best barbecue in the world.

I think I make several barbecue sauces that I have won trophy's, ribbons, and cash prizes with. If your looking for how to cook and prepare the best barbecue ribs you will ever eat then you want to click that link there. My Grandmother and Mother were to fine ladies that taught me a lot about cooking. My Grandmother taught me almost everything I know about chicken from how to fry it to how to season it. My Mother taught me how to apply spices and how to make barbecue sauce. Both ladies are now gone to heaven where I'm sure they just have to be cooking but I believe in giving credit where it is due. An old friend of mine in Mississippi named Alice taught me everything I know about seafood , especially how to cook deep fried oysters and I became famous as a seafood Chef from that knowledge. She also taught me how to make wonderful southern desserts like Coconut Cake and Banana Pudding. All three ladies taught me to put your heart and soul into cooking. If you want to be a great cook you have to love cooking. If you will take the time to follow those links you'll find some of the best recipes you'll ever eat. All are recipes that I put my heart and soul into developing and all of them have been served at some of the most famous restaurants in the south.

In the photo of the barbecue chicken above I left the skin on and of course the bones are still in there but you can save lots of money by buying chicken thighs and removing the skin and the bones. You then cover the chicken thighs with plastic wrap and beat the chicken thighs flat and freeze them on a tray in the freezer. After they freeze place them into large zip lock bags and you have chicken ready to use any time you like. One really great thing is that chicken thighs are one third the price of chicken breast and you can make any thing with chicken thighs that you make with chicken breast. You can even prepare the chicken thighs by beating them through the plastic wrap and then soak them in Italian Dressing about an hour and grill them until done. Slice them up and place the cooked chicken into a plastic zip lock bag and on that busy day you can have quick chicken tacos or grilled chicken on a big salad. Incidentally before someone asks you beat the chicken through the plastic wrap to keep down on mess. If your going to be preparing chicken like this often you should purchase a metal meat tenderizing hammer. You can then beat the chicken pieces that you have removed the skin and bones from and have some of the most delicious tender barbecue chicken that you'll ever eat in your life.

Let Me Give You A Quick And Delicious Barbecue Sauce Recipe

1. 2 Cups Tomato Sauce.

2. 1/4 Cup Brown Sugar.

3. 1/4 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar.

4. 1 Tablespoon Ground Fresh Garlic.

5. 1 Teaspoon Ground Sea Salt.

6. 1 Teaspoon Black Pepper.

7. 1 Level Teaspoon Ground Cayenne Pepper.

8. 1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice.

9. 1 Six Ounce Can Tomato Paste.

10. 2 Cups Of Coke Or Pepsi.

You'll want to put all your ingredients into a stock pot and bring almost to a boil. Then reduce to a low simmer and cook about 45 minutes until thick and rich. You can place this sauce in a plastic container with lid and keep in the refrigerator up to a month. And I just bet you people will love it. Its great on chicken, ribs, pulled pork, or grilled shrimp. Brush a little on in the last 15 minutes of cooking time and serve the rest on the side with the meal. You never want to put barbecue sauce onto meat on the grill until the last 15 minutes of cooking time or your sauce will burn on the meat. I use a kitchen brush to paint the barbecue sauce on what ever meat I'm cooking.

Pepsi or Coke either one will work great in this homemade barbecue sauce recipe. And the Coke or Pepsi is really the secret ingredient in the barbecue sauce. Try it and I bet you'll love it. It gives the barbecue sauce a flavor that you'll never get with out it.

Prepare Your Grill To Get Ready To Cook.

A lot of people don't understand preparing their grill to get ready to cook meat on. Your grill needs to be hot before you put the meat on. Don't just run out there and light the grill and throw the meat on. You're never going to be happy with the result if you do. If your using charcoal you want to light the charcoal and let the fire go out before you try to cook on a charcoal grill. I really should say let the fire die down to a point where the coals are white hot. If your going to be cooking a lot you may have to add more charcoal later on. Learn how to have your charcoal fire over on one side of the grill while you cook on the other side. This really is the best way to cook on a charcoal grill. In case you're wondering the name for cooking on a grill that way is indirect heat. Its really the best way to cook most meats on a charcoal grill. Remember to wait until the last 15 minutes of cooking time to add the barbecue sauce to the meat.

I hope I explained that well. If not feel free to ask your questions. Also feel free to post your comments down below. And thanks for taking the time to read my Hub Page on , " Pour On The Barbecue Sauce". I hope if you make one of my recipes that you'll post a comment and let us all know how it turned out for you.

The below World Famous Carolina Barbecue Sauce was used on these two big slabs of ribs. It's a wonderful barbecue sauce. Especially on pork and chicken.
The below World Famous Carolina Barbecue Sauce was used on these two big slabs of ribs. It's a wonderful barbecue sauce. Especially on pork and chicken.

World Famous Carolina Barbecue Sauce

If you are familiar with Western North Carolina and the World Famous Carolina Barbecue Sauce made in that area then guess what. I can't tell you what barbecue restaurant this recipe came from but it is a World Famous Barbecue Sauce that is so delicious especially on pork and chicken.

And Here Is The Recipe For, World Famous Carolina Barbecue Sauce

1. Four Cups Ketchup.

2. Two Cups Water.

3. Two Cups Apple Cider Vinegar.

4. One Cup Light Brown Sugar.

5. One Fourth Cup White Granulated Sugar.

6. One Tablespoon Onion Powder.

7. One Teaspoon Ground Sea Salt.

8. One Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper.

9. One Teaspoon Ground Cayenne Pepper.

10. One Fourth Cup Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice.

Put all your ingredients into a crock pot or slow cooker big enough to hold your ingredients and cook on high for eight hours. Stir to make sure that all your ingredients are very well mixed together.

You can pour it into a plastic container with a lid and keep it up to a month in the refrigerator. You want to wait at least three days before you use if possible. By waiting three days it gives your ingredients in your sauce time to come together and it will be a wonderful barbecue sauce. In fact I think its the best barbecue sauce in the world. Make it and I think you'll agree.

I like to use it on skinned boned chicken thighs. I grill the chicken thighs that I've marinaded in Italian Dressing for two hours and then I shred the chicken thighs with two forks after they get through cooking. I then pour about a cup of the barbecue sauce on eight grilled and shredded chicken thighs and I end up with some of the best barbecue chicken that you'll ever eat in your life. I serve my barbecued chicken on buns with slaw and it really is one of the best barbecued chicken sandwiches you'll ever eat in your life.

In this photo is spicy yellow mustard barbecue sauce. Its a very popular barbecue sauce from northern Florida to South Carolina.
In this photo is spicy yellow mustard barbecue sauce. Its a very popular barbecue sauce from northern Florida to South Carolina.

Spicy Mustard Barbecue Sauce Recipe

This barbecue sauce is perfect on chicken. If your looking for the perfect barbecue sauce for chicken then here it is.

Spicy Mustard Barbecue Sauce Ingredients

1. Three Quarts Ketchup.

2. One Cup Apple Cider.

3. One Cup Corn Syrup.

4. Three Cups Yellow Mustard.

5. One Cup Worcestershire Sauce.

6. One Teaspoon Ground Sea Salt.

7. One Tablespoon Minced Fresh Garlic.

8. One Tablespoon Ground Cinnamon.

9. One Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper.

10. One Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper.

I like to cook this barbecue sauce in a stock pot on low heat while stirring it often. I cook it for about two and one half hours. As your cooking your barbecue sauce you should notice it getting thicker. This sauce will keep covered in the refrigerator for up to a month. It will always be better about three days after it has been made.

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Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost has been writing at Hub Pages for over five years and he has been an award winning Chef for over thirty years. He has won over $50.000 in cash prizes for his cooking of things like chili and barbecue sauce.
Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost has been writing at Hub Pages for over five years and he has been an award winning Chef for over thirty years. He has won over $50.000 in cash prizes for his cooking of things like chili and barbecue sauce. | Source

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    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      7 years ago from East Coast , United States

      Thanks for the comment and yes when you can get it free range chicken is the best in the world. So much tastier than that from the supermarket. When I was a kid about 50 or so years ago a local super market here sold free range chicken even way back then. Really closer to 60 or so years ago.

    • Ben Zoltak profile image

      Ben Zoltak 

      7 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Delishious, I'm a bbq sauce junky too, cripes I'll put it on hotdogs...the cocacola version you put here sounds great. I'm wondering if you've ever had chicken that was real farm raised (not the factory kind) the kind that is allowed to see the sun and run around a yard. I've heard they taste miles away better than factory farm chicken.

      Cheers

      Ben

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