Homemade Spicy BBQ Sauce
Homemade condiments are truly one of my all time favorite things. You can make them taste exactly how you like it and you know it’s healthier than the store bought brands. This BBQ sauce was made because I cooked these delicious pork loin bbq ribs and had to pair them with something equally as amazing!
Of course I had to couple my pork ribs with an amazing bbq sauce. You can use this sauce on a bbq chicken sandwich, grilled chicken, ribs, even steaks or french fries! It is so versatile, and so delicious!
Round up all of your ingredients!
I forgot to picture the ketchup. But ketchup is needed for this recipe, unless you want to use chicken broth and tomato paste. But I used ketchup…I’m already forgoing the store bought BBQ sauce, one cheat isn’t too bad.
Heat up a cast iron skillet on the stove and 2 tbsp of canola oil.
Take your onion, garlic and jalapeños and chop those up. Mince the garlic. Toss them into the cast iron skillet and cook until the the onions are translucent.
Once the onions are translucent, add the chilies in adobo sauce. I chopped mine up a little.
Pour in your ketchup, molasses, vinegars and worchestire sauce next.
Get it into the skillet and mix it all up!
Now add the brown sugar to give it a nice little sweet touch. Delicious!
Make sure it’s all combined, mix it together reaaal good! Give it a taste and see if it needs any more vinegar, salt, pepper or worchestire sauce. Add what it needs, turn the heat down to low, cover it, and simmer for about 10 – 15 minutes.
I’m sorry, I forgot to take a picture of the BBQ once I mixed it all up! So you’ll have to deal with the pretty little chunks of brown sugar. But, all finished!
- - 2 tablespoons canola oil
- - 1/3 cup Molasses
- - 2 cups ketchup
- - 2 tablespoons of worchestire sauce
- - 2 tablespoons white vinegar
- - 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
- - 1 medium sized yellow onion
- - 1 medium jalapeño, chopped
- - 4 cloves garlic, minced
- - 1 can of chillies in adobo sauce
- - 1 cup brown sugar
- Heat up your cast iron skillet and put 2 tbsp of canola oil.
- Chop up your onions, garlic and jalapeños and cook until the onions are translucent.
- Once they're translucent, add the chilies in adobo sauce.
- Now pour in the ketchup, molasses, worchestire, and your vinegars and mix up, turning the heat down to medium low.
- Add some salt and pepper to taste.
- Next, add the brown sugar and mix together.
- Taste, and add more chilies, salt pepper or whatever you think it needs!
- Turn the heat down to low and simmer covered for about 10-15 minutes.
- Mix and enjoy!