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Last Post 20 Jul 2008 04:54 AM by rnwinter. 1 Replies.
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bigjohn
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14 Jun 2008 08:45 AM  
i've been using kraft barbeque sauce on my pork and chicken for years. i found something by accident not to long ago. i use manwich barbeque flavor now. it is seasoned better than regular barbeque sauce. i was surprised at it's taste. enjoy..
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20 Jul 2008 04:54 AM  
Heh....try this with your stor bought BBQ sauce.

Take yoru favorite:
Pour into a small sauce pan:
Add a couple of tbls of molasses, or honey.
1 teaspoon mustard powder, or 1 1/2 tbsp of prepared mustard.
1/2 tbls garlic powder.
1/2 an onion, chopped fine.
Lousianna hot sauce to taste, for spice.

Tabassco is hotter but doesn't add as much flavor. (I know I spelled tobassco wrong but it's too late and I'm too tired to spell check it....hehe.)

Heat to a bubble then simmer for 30 minutes, stirring often. Use a piece of bread to test the flavor. From the spoon will give you a false indication of the flavor.

Hope you like it!!
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