Recipe by DOREENB
"A delicious, easy, basting sauce when grilling chicken or smoked turkey slices."
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We love this recipe. Try using cider vinegar & adding a little bit of cayenne pepper. It also works well on pork chops or pork steak. Also makes a great marinade if you leave out the butter.
This is the first time I ever review a recipe. My chicken turned out tasting like pure vinegar. So if you like vinegar I suppose this will do, otherwise skip it.
Had eaten chicken with this spray on several years ago and loved it.
Today Labor Day we had a chicken barbeque and used this recipe the young children
said Great Chicken everyone loved it . Donnadeety
It's like you're at the Fair Grounds again!!!!
Wonderful...I ate a white bbq sauce in a town a few hundred miles from here a couple of times and loved it. My husband said 200 miles was too far to drive for barbecue. Therefore, I didn't have it often.. Glad to see this recipe, now I can do my own and not hacve to travel so far....Thanks.
We love this recipe. I season the chicken first with garlic, chili powder and black pepper, then mop the chicken as it grills with this sauce. This is one of my favorite ways to cook chicken.
Good sauce and will make it again to try on different types of meat, maybe on pork steak. This went over really well. Thanks for sharing JAZZY-GIRL
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
White Barbeque Sauce
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 68
** Calories from Fat: 69
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