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Old 06-19-2007, 01:19 PM   #1
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OK, so maybe such a forum doesn't exist. But over the weekend, I ventured into making my own home-made barbeque sauce. It wasn't anything spectacular, but not bad for a first try.

Do any of you guys make your own Q? Wanna post some recipes?

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Old 06-19-2007, 01:23 PM   #2
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What style of sauce? I'm guessing, by your location, that it's KC style (tomato-based, saucy, thick), rather than NC style (vinegar-based, liquidy). Right? We're typically NC-style folks. I have a good recipe for that, if you want it. I have made great KC-style before, though. I'll see if I can dig up any recipes.

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I was shooting to get any kind. Yes, I'm a fan of KC style.

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How about a good dry rub recipe? I'm not a huge fan of barbeque sauce but I do enjoy a good dry rub. Here's the current version of the recipe I use, it's been in development for several years now:

1 C Brown Sugar
6 T Salt
2 T Chile Powder
1/2 T Garlic Powder
1/2 T Onion Powder
1/2 T Black Pepper
1/2 T Dry Mustard

My favorite target for this is a nice rack of baby back ribs but it also works well on pork shoulder steaks sliced real thin. I rub this on the ribs in good quantity the night before and then throw it on my charcoal grill for 4-5 hours over indirect heat.

The last time I tried this I cooked the ribs in the foil I refrigerated them in for the first 3 hours and then opened the foil for the last hour to get some browning. It was good, the meat was certainly tender, but it hadn't taken on much flavor from the grill which I really like so next time I'm going to cook it directly on the grill with a pan of water underneath to help keep it moist.

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Old 06-19-2007, 02:20 PM   #5
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How about a good dry rub recipe?
Cheese is a big fan of the dry rub!

I've never made my own BBQ sauce, but I do BBQ 3-4 times a week and would definitely be into trying some recipes.
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The one I made used:

2 cans of tomato paste
4 chipotles (from a can)
2-3 tbsp of honey
1/2 cup Oatmeal Stout
1/4 cup white vinegar
Cayenne pepper and chili powder to taste
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 cloves garlic
2 tbsp dijon mustard

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everything together, adding cold water until it blended smooth. Mopped it on some ribs that had cooked on the grill for about 45 minutes on each side, then cooked another 15 minutes. Not bad.

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I love to Q! Have a smoker in the backyard that my parents hauled up for me from Uvalde, Texas. My favorite BBQ website is one of the first I ever found on the Internet called Barbecue'n On The Internet.

Here is a dry pork rub that I came up with. I always have a big shaker jar of it handy:

5 oz. kosher salt
2 oz. paprika
2 oz. dark brown sugar
1/2 oz. fresh coarse ground black pepper
1/2 oz. onion powder
1/2 oz. garlic powder
1/2 oz. cumin
1/2 oz. dried basil
1/2 oz. dried oregano
1/8 oz. celery seed

The night before I plan to smoke some pork ribs or pork butt, I rub them with yellow mustard, then apply the rub. I wrap it in plastic wrap and refrigerate it overnight. Makes for some mighty nice Q!

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Originally Posted by Cheesefood
The one I made used:

2 cans of tomato paste
4 chipotles (from a can)
2-3 tbsp of honey
1/2 cup Oatmeal Stout
1/4 cup white vinegar
Cayenne pepper and chili powder to taste
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 cloves garlic
2 tbsp dijon mustard

I blended
everything together, adding cold water until it blended smooth. Mopped it on some ribs that had cooked on the grill for about 45 minutes on each side, then cooked another 15 minutes. Not bad.
Cheese, I'm assuming it's the little cans of tomato paste?
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I make my own and so far everyone that trys it really likes it. I got the recipe at home, I'll post later.

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[QUOTE=Rhoobarb] My favorite BBQ website is one of the first I ever found on the Internet called Barbecue'n On The Internet.

Same site I've been using for yearrrrs. Lots of great info for beginners to pros.

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