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Smoky Memphis BBQ Sauce

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6 years 3 months ago #618 by Pebbbles
Smoky Memphis BBQ Sauce was created by Pebbbles
1 TBSp olive oil
4 cloves garlic
1 onion – fried
1/3 cup vinegar or 3/4 red wine
2 TBSp dark brown sugar
3 TBSp molasses
2 TBSp Worcestershire sauce
3 TBSp ground mustard seeds
1 TeaSp salt
1 TeaSp ground black pepper
¼ TeaSp or less cayenne pepper
2 smoked red capsicums
400 ml tomato sauce
100 gr tomato paste
500 gr smoked tomatoes

Fry chopped onion in olive oil adding the garlic as the onion begins to brown a little bit. Garlic will burn much to quickly if added in with the onion straight away. Cool a little then put into blender.
Smoke the capsicum and tomatoes until the skin begins to bubble loose. Add to blender.
Grind your mustard seeds and pepper corns. Add to blender along with all the rest of your ingredients and blend to make a smooth paste.
Pour this sauce into a sauce pan and allow to simmer for about half an hour or so until it reached the right consistency.

Slather liberally all over your favorite BBQ meat and ENJOY!

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