Smokin’ BBQ Sauce – The Homemade Way

The weather forecast for this weekend where I live in the UK is predicted to hit highs of 20•c.

Typically, for a Brit that means screaming with euphoria, flip flops, vest tops, beer and sunnies! For me it means BBQ! More specifically, sauces and marinades.

Here is a poky BBQ sauce recipe I’ve used for ages, tweaked over the years. It’s fabulous smeared over Chicken, as part of a burger or simply as a relish on the side. Oh and I’ve forgotten to mention just how quick and easy it is.

Ingredients:

400g Tin toms

125ml Apple Cider Vinegar

1tsp Ground Cumin

1tsp Paprika

1tsp Maple Syrup

50g Brown sugar

Handful of raisins (optional)

Pinch of Cinnamon, salt and pepper

Method:

Place all of the ingredients into a saucepan over a gentle heat and slowly bring up to boil.

Leave to simmer for 30 minutes, until vinegar has burnt off and sauce has reduced. All done!

Decent and leave to cool – hope you enjoy it.

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