Very tasty! What is nice about this BBQ sauce is that you can control the amount of sweetness and seasonings. I had to scale this down for three people tonight. I used 2 skinless boneless chicken breasts for this recipe. I had 1/2 cup of chicken broth so I put that into a pot with the sauce. Once the sauce came up to a boil I added the chicken meat, covered it with a lid, and let it simmer on low for 4 hours. By this time the chicken meat was tender. I shred the chicken meat and let it sit in all its juices. I lightly toasted the hamburger buns under an oven broiler before topping with the meat and sauce mixture. I prepared, "Restaurant-Style Coleslaw I," from this website, which is VERY good I must add. With the bbq chicken topped with coleslaw, this makes a good match and satisfying meal. The chicken meat is juicy and tender. In every bite I have a mouthful of flavorful bbq sauce which is both sweet and slightly "tangy". My family thought it a bit too tangy for their tastes but I really like it. I plan to keep the sauce recipe in mind for other bbq meats or marinades only I will have to tone it down a bit on the mustard, lemon juice and garlic. This went perfectly with our hot buttered corn on the cobs.
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Very tasty! What is nice about this BBQ sauce is that you can control the amount of sweetness...