Peaches are in season. I have an over abundance of peaches that I need to use up. This is a barbecue sauce I came up with. It is sweet tangy and a little spicy. We really enjoyed this on chicken. It is sweet, tangy, and little spicy. The sauce works really well on chicken, and I believe it would work really well with pork too.
1Take a half cup of chopped peaches and set them aside. Place remaing peaches in a food processor. add the mango juice and pulse until it is smooth .
2set stove to medium-high heat. in a large sauce pan add the peach mango mixture. add in the half cup of reserve peaches.
3Add in all of the ingredients except for the garlic onion and jalapeño. pepper. Stir while it is cooking. Reduce heat to medium.
4Sauté the onion in a pan with about a tablespoon of olive oil. Cook until translucent. add the onion into the sauce. Into the pan add some more olive oil and cooked chopped garlic just until lightly golden. about 1 min. Add the garlic to the sauce.
5Add the chopped pepper directly to the sauce and stir well to combine.
6Bring sauce back up to a boil. Continue to cook reducing heat to medium low. stir occasionally until it mixture boils down and is thickened. This step should take about 30 to 40 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool. It will thicken even more after it cools. Keep refrigerated 1-2 weeks. Use it to baste grilled chicken or you may use it it to baste pork ribs.
7Bake chicken , or Grill chicken. Baste with sauce while cooking. coating each side of chicken twice. I grilled mine. I like the nice char on my chicken.
8Each cut of chicken differs in cooking time. Cook chicken Until meat is not pink is in the center before serving. Grill time approximately 30 minutes for thighs. Picture shown served with grilled peaches. Simply cut peaches in half remove pit. Cook on grill until slightly tender.