This is a simple barbecue sauce that works well for everyday meals, even with leftover meat and picky eaters. It is best served with soda and rice, and perhaps also steamed vegetables.
The ideal meat to use would be thin slices of eye-of-round beef roast. The sauce also goes well with chicken, turkey, and pork.
Note that the measurements are very rough, in part because molasses is too sticky to properly measure, and in part because liquid smoke flavoring strength will vary by supplier. You may need to adjust things a bit for the proper taste.
Try this Barbecue Sauce food recipe
1 cup ketchup (catsup)
1/2 cup molasses
1/2 teaspoon “concentrated” liquid smoke flavoring
Mix everything in a pot.
That’s it. You’ll want to heat the sauce with some pre-cooked meat in it of course.
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