J&J’s Smoky BBQ Sauce Free PD Recipe

2013-06-12
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This sauce is free of sugar and food additives found in traditional BBQ sauces. It is smoky with a hint of spicy sweetness.

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Comments (7)

  1. posted by blarkin on August 13, 2015

    Just tried this delicious sauce and loved the sweetness the pineapple gave it. I used it as a sauce for some freezer veggies I quickly cooked in the microwave for a absolutely great side dish!

  2. posted by stoumi on June 11, 2014

    This is a very good BBQ sauce, made it the first time for the pulled pork using the jackfruit. In all my years I had never used pineapple as the sweetener. What a great idea and some good flavor that is added to the sauce. This works great as a base BBQ sauce in order to make it spicier or change the flavor to your liking. Now to try it on some of the other foods. Thanks Julie!

  3. posted by Sheree Britt on February 22, 2014

    I love BBQ sauce and was thrilled with this recipe. It is great on potatoes, chia burgers and dipping French fries

  4. posted by Lisa Selby on December 3, 2013

    What do you typically use this for? I’ve only used BBQ sauce once since becoming plant-based on BBQ portobello sandwiches.

    • posted by Julie Marie on December 4, 2013

      BBQ Baked beans, Jacked Up Pulled “Pork” Sandwich, to dip Potato Wedges in or spread on a Chia Seed Bean Burger.

  5. posted by Denise on November 9, 2013

    I finally tried this recipe, and it’s excellent! I’m just so glad to be able to have condiments, especially condiments that taste so good! I thought that I’d have to just do without, but that’s sure not the case with PD. I used 1/4 tsp red pepper flakes, but I think I’ll add 1/2 tsp next time. I’m getting used to spicy foods!

    • posted by Julie Marie on November 9, 2013

      I like it spicier too!

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