Easy Barbecue Sauce Recipe – The Best Homemade BBQ Sauce ever

Easy Barbecue Sauce Recipe – Learn How to make the best homemade barbecue sauce ever. Make sure to check out our BBQ Essentials list for your bbq needs – http://bit.ly/BBQaccesoryguide

In this episode of Postal Barbecue, we want to teach you how we make our favourite GO TO BBQ Sauce. It is real simple to do and will only take you a few minutes.

You will need:
Oil, Onion, Garlic, Ketchup, Molasses, Sugar, Yellow Mustard, Cider Vinegar, chili powder, black pepper, smoke paprika and liquid smoke.

Simply combine all the ingredients together then after it has cooked for a few minutes blend it until smooth. Once it has been blended, cook down for about 5 minutes.

That’s it!

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28 replies
  1. K Warner
    K Warner says:

    Alright, I have been experimenting with some BBQ sauces lately…so far this one takes 1st place. It's pretty mild with subtle heat which means the kids will gobble this up. I did use brown sugar and instead white, and instead of oil I used some smoked butter I already prepared. Instead of 1 TBLS of chili powder I used 1/2 TBLS chili powder and 1/2 TBLS of Lawry's Chili and Garlic. Lastly I used dijon mustard instead of regular. This recipe is a winner! Nice job!

  2. Steven Carson
    Steven Carson says:

    I haven't ever made a bbq sauce before and I just wanted to learn. Your video was the first one that I clicked on and it will be the first one that I will make. I figured if for some reason it is too spicy, which I need to stay away from due to an ulcer, I can just double the ingredients, minus anything that makes it spicy, and all will be good with twice as much as before. It's a win win situation. which is great for me. I will make it the way that you showed and then afterwards I might change it a little by what others did. Thank you for your recipe.

  3. Carl Sagan
    Carl Sagan says:

    Made this. Enjoyed it. Liked video.

    I thought it was slightly too spicy; for my personal preference and what I was happening to be using it for. Totally tolerable levels of heat, though I did get a few comments from weaker tongues.

    I might suggest using 1/2 TBSP instead of a full one. I'll try that next time, but I suspect that will be closer to "sweet and spicy".


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