Recipe by michelle lea
"This is a white BBQ sauce that is mayonnaise-based. Very good on top of pulled meat barbeque sandwiches and a brisket salad. It is a great alternative to your typical dark sauce."
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1 1/2 cups
apple cider vinegar
coarse-ground black pepper
spicy brown mustard
Tasted way too much like vinegar, yet the garlic and horseradish flavors were entirely lost. It's not too versatile as a BBQ sauce if it isn't "meant to get to a very hot temp for a vey long time." I just used it as a side/dipping sauce, but because of the overpowering vinegar, it was not a hit. Sorry.
grew up in the north and now live in the south. i loved the sauce. people from the south loved the sauce. i couldnt get my coworkers from the north to try it. i think they were afraid they would have to admit that i made something they like! haha
I was looking for a white barbeque sauce after I watched food network and the travel channel and saw southern barbeque joints using it. I made as listed exactly. I didn't get an overpowering vinegar taste and everyone loved it. I used it basting chicken leg quarters in the oven and the grill. We also used a little as a dipping sauce. Creamy, garlicky with a little tang. Loved it!
Cooked pork ribs and used this sauce on them. They turned out great, let it set for a few hours to let the taste mingle.
Thought it was really good. Everyone enjoyed it. Even picky kids.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tangy White BBQ Sauce
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 296
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