How to make it

  • 1. In large saucepan over medium heat, add tomato sauce, and all other ingredients 1 at a time stirring after each addition.
  • 2. Simmer until flavors have blended and the sauce has thickened somewhat. (if not using chipotle, onion and garlic pastes, then puree in blender after cooling).
  • Notes I puree the chipotles in adobo sauce, in the food processor and add 1 teaspoon of that mixture to the sauce. I also puree the onion and garlic in as much olive oil as it takes to make a slightly runny paste. The paste goes in the pan first and is warmed a bit before everything else is added.

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  • Semigourmet53 4 years ago
    AKA Sister Mary's BBQ Rub.
    Pork Butt Rub
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  • LindaLMT 4 years ago
    Semi ... is Sister Mary's BBQ rub something I buy in the store or is it one of your recipes?? If it's your recipe can you link it?
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  • lifter 4 years ago
    Well, that's certainly one way to do it. Sort of sweet and tomato-y. Understand, there's nothing especially wrong here, just I'd like to get to a mustard sort of sauce, with a bit more vinegar. Different ways to look at the same thing?
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