Recipe by Mike McCafferty
"This Southern style bar-b-que sauce is perfect for a hog roast or just to have around the kitchen. A sweet, vinegar based sauce - mix with pulled pork in large containers. Tastes great on chicken too."
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crushed red pepper
bottled minced garlic
cayenne pepper to taste
I just had to post a positive rating for this sauce because the previous reviewer cooked it, and I think they were expecting this to be a traditional red sauce. You don't cook this one. It's called a sauce, but it's more like juice. Being raised in eastern NC, this "sauce" is used on pig smoked outdoors. It's great on a lot of things, but you'll have to understand what this is to appreciate it. It's more like a spicy seasoned vinegar - traditionally used at pig pickins (google it if you aren't sure what a pig pickin is)
This recipe was waaay too vinegary. Try cutting it in about half. I cooked it for a long time and it was still too strong.
The best for pulled pork. We smoked a Boston butt, and I served Chick and Ox's sauce. Very good on pulled pork sandwiches piled high with slaw and pickles.
You dont cook this sauce!!! Plus, it doesnt take much...and remember, this recipe is for an ENTIRE HOG or SEVERAL BUTTS. this is my recipe, and Ive used it for years..and always get good comments and folks requesting the recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chick and Ox's Pig Pickin' Sauce
Serving Size: 1/64 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 64
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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