Ingredients

How to make it

  • Corn oil can be substituted for ½ pound butter but would need to be used soon. Mix all ingredients together and put in squirt or spray bottle.
  • Spray/squirt on chicken or pork on the grill. I know the Tabasco sounds hot but it’s not, trust me! My dad always makes this for the 4th of July and everyone wants to know his secret… Sorry Dad, secret’s out!

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  • elgourmand 4 years ago
    Goin to be spicy but really great. Nice when something so basic is going to be this good. RJ
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    burgandy26 ate it and said...
    WONDERFUL CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE IT
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    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    great recipe thanks
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    greenlord ate it and said...
    That sounds wonderfull for the Pit!! I cant wait to get the smoker out and smoke a bird with this !
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  • texas101 5 years ago
    Liked this a lot; I used a 1/4 bottle of Shiner in the mix (couldn't add much more as it bubbles, heavily. I took the butter route you offered and it worked well as a moppin' sauce. Tangy, but Tennesee, for sure (except for the beer). I might need to hit Memphis, again... I had to cut my trip short last time- somethin' about damages from a bar fight. In my defense, my horse was the one who tried to walk her tab.
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    kimberry ate it and said...
    Nice Recipe, Thanks for letting the secret out!I am re-locating to Nashville Soon:) I Love Tennessee and Also this Recipe You got my 5 ;)
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    lanacountry ate it and said...
    This one works my friend for authenic BBQ sauce.
    Many thanks and a 5er! * * * * *
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    minitindel ate it and said...
    hi teresa i love this so simple, and looks great i cant wait to try it and tell daddy we love it and give him a kiss for me ok ........... sherry
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    trigger ate it and said...
    Teresa you know me by now when it comes to BBQ sauce I am very picky. This recipe of your Dads has enough heat and a zippy flavor. I love how simple a recipe can be yet be so delicious and balanced.
    I am adding this to my collection of southern greats.
    Michael
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  • dixiediner 6 years ago
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.
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  • bonjody 6 years ago
    OR, you can just melt a can of jelled cranberry sauce and mix it with a bottle of picante sauce...cook over low heat for a bit. It's awesome! I used hot picante and got it TOO hot so had to add brown sugar...still HOT so added some maple syrup. Easy and good.
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  • cabincrazyone 6 years ago
    Sounds great ... and I like the squirt bottle which is new to me. Now I don't have to put down my beer to spoon on the stuff. Ha.
    Thanks for the great post.
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    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    sounds really good thanks
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  • justjakesmom 6 years ago
    So this more like a basting sauce, right? Sounds good!
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    morninlite ate it and said...
    I love this KISS recipe!!
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    shine ate it and said...
    LOL I wasn't even looking at recipes, but this one somehow just popped up! This is such an awesome, authentic recipe! I was going to use one very similar to this in my restaurant. Thanks Teresa, you rock!

    Ray
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