Yield: 1 cup
Preparation Time: 0:15
A pleasant variation is to add chopped sour gherkins and capers. Once again, the eye is fooled as we see sour, but taste hot and sour. Sweet Relish is enjoyed by many in a sauce of this type instead of sour gerkins, but I don't admire sweet barbeque sauces.
When grilling pork, brush this sauce on as a final glaze.
Suggested Wine: This sauce goes best with
Serving Ideas: Serve chopped Vidalia onion on the side.
Notes: This sauce is perfect for grilled pork. To me, it is the mother of all Barbeque Sauces, and makes a perfect final glaze, brushed on broiled meats just before they leave the grill, turned once to the fire, and served. Leftover grilled pork, chopped and heated with this sauce on a toasted bun makes a great lunch.
*Repeated from a previous article
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