Trip your trigger barbecue sauce
My mom (mother-in-law)just does flip-flops over it. She puts it on everything.
This makes an excellent and very different sauce. Use this sauce to marinate, barbecue or just as a dipping sauce. Mom will give you a thumbs up if it is setting on the table "any" time of day.
This is great for any type of meat and I bet it is great on shrimp too!
I tweaked this recipe from Twyla Cook's "Spicy Tomato Jam" on JAP.
1 can(s)tomato sauce, 15 oz
1 can(s)tomato paste, 6 oz
1 1/3 csugar
2/3 cbrown sugar, firmly packed
2 Tbspginger paste
1/4 tspchile pepper paste (for mild) or more to your taste
1/2 tspcloves, ground
2 Tbspcinnamon, ground
1/2 tspcumin powder
1/8 tspnutmeg, ground
4 Tbspcider vinegar
3/4 clemon juice
How to Make Trip your trigger barbecue sauce
- This is great for marinade (add enough sauce to slather meat) and put in a ziplock bag and let it set for at least 1 hour. Then bake or barbecue.
As a barbecue sauce: baste your meat the last few minutes.
As a dipping sauce: put into a small dish to serve with your meal.