The main ingredients in a typical Barbecue Sauce Recipe are ketchup (or tomato paste), vinegar, and brown sugar.
Additional ingredients may include onion powder, garlic powder, liquid smoke, pepper, honey, and/or molasses, among others.
Barbecue sauce is believed to have originated in the southern United States, although other countries have developed their own unique barbecue sauces.
Even in the United States, there are many regional variations of the recipe, such as
Barbecue sauce is used for flavoring, basting, and topping all kinds of meat, and is especially good with pork or chicken.
Scroll down to whip up a barbecue sauce that's fast and easy to make.
See the links below for chicken recipes, pork recipes, and a Lexington North Carolina barbecue sauce recipe.
Working from the ingredients listed above, maybe you can even create your own barbecue sauce recipe.
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