Recipe by Sue Theiss
"A different kind of honey barbeque sauce that goes well with any meat."
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2 (18 ounce) bottles
honey barbeque sauce
dried onion flakes
1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle
cola-flavored carbonated beverage
Allrecipes never lets me down! I was looking through the barbeque sauce recipes, hopefully looking for some ideas to doctor up (believe it or not) a couple of bottles of plain old Kraft Honey Barbeque sauce that I had! Better yet I had all the ingredients for this recipe and it got good reviews. Thanks Sue, for my “Real Recipes from Real People” cosmic connection for the day. Just what the doctor ordered for my pulled pork. Didn’t change a thing, 5 stars, tangy and yummy. Exactly the flavor I was wanting. Seems like a lot of brown sugar but the lemon juice keeps it from being too sweet. The whole can of cola seems like it will be too thin and watery. But stir it up really well and it’s thicker than you think. I simmered mine a few minutes to soften the dried onions.This makes a lot. Next time I might scale the recipe in half.
Different. Not one I'd rave over.
I halved this recipe. I used a hickory smoke barbeque sauce (Kraft) and I added an additional half teaspoon of Liquid Smoke and a good shake of Frank's hot sauce for a little kick. This was nice to stretch the barbeque I had a little farther and make it taste less........processed.
This sauce is really great! Here in the south we are serious about our barbecue! It's really quick and easy and it tastes like you spent all day on it. Great on anything you can throw on a grill. Really good on Bubba Burgers. Can't get any easier than that!
Perfect, Perfect! I used this wonderful BBQ sauce on another recipe from this site...Sarge's EZ Pulled Pork BBQ....the combination makes a true winner, the best pulled pork sandwich we've ever had. The house still smells sooo good!
WOW!!! Thanks Sue ! For the longest time I have looked for a b-sauce recipe close to Corkey's resteraunt in Memphis!!! I found it! I cut down to 1/2 can soda (per others notes) It was awesome. Had it over pulled pork last night. Going to try it on beef next!
Excellent flavor....I used Kraft Honey and Roasted Garlic Barbeque sauce and it was very good. My friends highly recommend!
Excellent recipe! I used this recipe the first time about a month ago on some pork ribs and was really impressed. Friday morning prior to Labor Day this year, I did my usual dry rub on an 8 lb pork shoulder; Sunday night before Labor Day, the shoulder when on the grill at 215 degrees for a very relaxing 13 hours. Ten minutes of rest after coming off the grill, then the pulling began -- with intermittent doses of sauce. The pork & sauce got rave reviews at our neighborhood cookout, and now my son is anxious to introduce the sauce & pulled pork to Texas !
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Barbeque Sauce II
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1
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