Vinegar Barbeque Sauce Recipes
That's probably enough chatting... after all, you came here because you already know you want a recipe for vinegar bbq sauce! But if you try any one of these recipes as a finishing sauce for a pulled pork sandwich, you'll be sending me thank-you cards all summer, I promise.
I like the ones with kittens on the front, by the way.
North Carolina Vinegar Barbecue Sauce Recipe
This sauce tastes amazing on anything, of course... but if you haven't tried it on pulled pork, you haven't lived. If you don't like a very thin vinegar sauce, reduce the amount of water.
Instructions: Mix everything together in a medium saucepan. Bring to a simmer over low heat and cook 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.
South Carolina Mustard Vinegar BBQ Sauce Recipe
This is one of the best mustard based vinegar barbeque sauce recipes you'll ever taste. The maple syrup gives it a rich sweetness, and the combination of apple cider vinegar and dijon is to die for. Just a tip: it's great with a touch of extra pepper.
Instructions: Combine all ingredients in a bowl, or shake together in a large jar. Store in the refrigerator up to several months.
Sweet n' Spicy Vinegar Barbeque Sauce Recipe
With a little touch of extra brown sugar, this vinegar bbq sauce is the perfect balance between sweet and spicy. I add the optional jalepeños, but watch out... it's hot.
Combine all ingredients in a large jar. Pop in the refrigerator overnight. Use liberally as a finishing sauce for pulled pork or... whatever.
I call this "all aboard" because it seems like elements of all the vinegar barbeque sauce recipes ever thought up can be found in this recipe, which is both vinegar-based, tomato-based, and mustard-based.
All-Aboard Carolina Vinegar Barbeque Sauce
The splash of white wine gives it a flavor that you don't find in other vinegar barbeque sauce recipes. And if you can find it, add the liquid smoke. It gives this recipe a whole different dimension.
Instructions: In a medium sized saucepan, combine all ingredients. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and cover. Simmer, stirring occasionally, about 30 minutes.
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