"Sweet, spicy, and flavored with Jack Daniels whiskey. Great on chicken and pork chops. I came up with this recipe after experimenting in my kitchen. Ketchup may be replaced by your favorite bottled barbeque sauce. You may have to adjust the ingredients to suit your taste. The key is adding just enough whiskey to flavor, not overpower, the dish." — Natalie L
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this is a really good recipe, but I did make some changes.. I didn't use the steak sauce at all, and I used the sugar twin brown sugar, and one carb ketsup to cut the sugar, and carb content. I also used apple cider vinegar instead of lemon juice, and a ton more liquid smoke. Good stuff!
We're the opposite of all of the other reviewers - this was too sweet for us! Slid off our bs chicken breasts while grilling too.
Great flavors! We like it a bit sweeter, so I added 2 Tbsp. honey. Didn't have any Jack Daniels, so used Hieneken beer instead. Thank you Natalie for sharing this recipe.
My wife said that this wasn't sweet enough, but I loved it. Next time I'll add more brown sugar if she's a good girl.
Great sauce. It was a hit at my last dinner party. Spicy!
made as instructed; although i think i spilled a little more bourbon in the pot when i was measuring. i like it enough; but maybe i will leave out the hot sauce next time. thanks natalie!
This has got to be the best rib sauce I have ever had. Even beats out restaurants. Thanks
Absolutely Awesome! Thought it had the perfect taste as being a little sweet with just a touch of kick on the end......Highly recommended!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Jack BBQ Sauce
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 15
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