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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby JEC » 11 Apr 2012, 14:21

Woo Hoo, just found it on amazon, still interested if anyone has a good homemade version. For anyone who's interested in recreating the TGI taste at home it's sold as Jack Daniel's Hickory Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce
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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby BigM » 11 Apr 2012, 15:17

JD TGI Friday recipe
i going to try one of these at weekend see how it is compared to the bottle i have here

http://www.bbq-sauce-recipes.com/store- ... sauce.html
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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby KamadoSimon » 11 Apr 2012, 15:51

Great link - will try some of these.... Thanks!
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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby JEC » 11 Apr 2012, 19:56

BigM wrote:JD TGI Friday recipe
i going to try one of these at weekend see how it is compared to the bottle i have here

http://www.bbq-sauce-recipes.com/store- ... sauce.html


Will give #3 a go, will be so much easier now that Tesco stocks teriyaki sauce, had to make that too last time I had a go!!
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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby BBQFanatic » 16 Apr 2012, 15:19

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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby BigM » 16 Apr 2012, 15:27

BBQFanatic wrote:This is popular in our house -

http://bbqfanatics.co.uk/2010/06/apple-chipotle-bbq-sauce.html



that one sounds Nice goin to try this out ! Thanks :)
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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby mikey » 18 May 2012, 07:59

tough one depends which one you want to get close to
If you want a more american tasting one I'd reccomend upping the salt and sugar for a start
then chilli's n peppers, blitz bell pepers and substitute them for some of the tomatoes
and the classic chiptle /ancho taste we don't have these fresh but the dried stuff is not bad at all, and you'll know the taste when you use is it. lastly liquid smoke if you can be botherd for the more ribs type sauces. I reckon actual smoe works better.
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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby Nick » 31 Jan 2013, 10:19

BBQFanatic wrote:This is popular in our house -

http://bbqfanatics.co.uk/2010/06/apple-chipotle-bbq-sauce.html


Where this recipe says tomato puree, would that be chopped/peeled tomatoes, or actual "British style" puree in a tube? A large tin seems like a LOT! :roll:
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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby aris » 31 Jan 2013, 10:46

Depends on who's giving the recipe.

Puree in the UK is the stuff in tubes. In the US this is called tomato paste. It can also sometimes be called tomato concentrate.
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Re: Homemade sauces

Postby Nick » 31 Jan 2013, 11:29

aris wrote:Depends on who's giving the recipe.

Puree in the UK is the stuff in tubes. In the US this is called tomato paste. It can also sometimes be called tomato concentrate.


Yeah, that's what I'm getting at; it says you need a large tin of tomato puree! (On checking, apparently I was being a tad over-excitable, it's readily available and quite cheap.) Now I'll get back in my box :lol:
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