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Author Topic: Cherry Chipotle sauce for Bama Bob  (Read 5693 times)
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« on: January 13, 2015, 01:40:01 PM »

I promised Bama I'd share my cherry chipotle BBQ sauce recipe. I've been dragging my feet on it, but here it is.  There are 2 Versions of the sauce, both are excellent(IMHO)but the second one has a better gloss/sheen when cooked on.

The original:
18oz Jar Cherry Preserves
2T Lemon Juice
1 7oz can Chipotles in adobo
2t dry mustard powder
1t garlic powder
2t kosher salt
1T Lemon Pepper(or Lime Pepper if you can find it)
1/2C cider vinegar
1/2C brown sugar
1/2t balsamic vinegar

Combine ingredients in a saucepan and simmer on med low heat.  Liquefy everything with an immersion blender (or in a regular blender before heating) Simmer to reduce to your desired consistency.

**note on the chipotles. I have found 2 versions, chipotles in adobo (nice heat) and chipotle sauce (not so hot).  Use either to your liking for either recipe.

The Kicked up version:
18oz cherry preserves
2T lemon juice
1 7oz can chipotles in adobo
1/4C light corn syrup
1/4C molasses
1/4C Ketchup
1/2C Cider vinegar
1/2C white sugar
1/4C honey
2T lemon(or lime)pepper
1/2C Tasty Meat Red Rub (recipe follows)

Use the same method for cooking the sauce as above.  If you like it thicker, use a small can of tomato paste instead of ketchup.

Tasty Meat Red Rub:

3/4C brown sugar
3/4C white sugar
1/2C turbinado sugar
1/2C paprika
1/2C kosher salt
1/4C garlic powder
2T coarse ground black pepper( I use the restaurant grind)
2T powdered ginger
2T onion powder
2t ground thyme
1t ground rosemary
2t chipotle chili powder
2 envelopes Sazon Goya (achiote powder-find it with the Mexican foods)

Combine all ingredients thoroughly.  Store in airtight container. 
This is my go-to rub for almost everything.  Try it on your fried eggs, no really.  Grin
Yes, this is the base for my competition rubs, they are all just variations of this basic recipe. Credit where credit is due, this is my variation on Meathead's Memphis Dust, which is a great rub on it's own.  Enjoy!!

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« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2015, 01:49:46 PM »

Cool! Thanks bruh!
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« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2015, 02:40:52 PM »

Good stuff right there!

See post 18

They are closed minded idiots (did I just say that?? YEP!) and they can't see the usefulness of other types of cookers.
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« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2015, 02:58:26 PM »

Thanks a bunch Corey.
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« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2015, 04:16:09 PM »

Cool, I want to try that.

Just had a quick look around for lime pepper recipes. 


Easy peasy lime squeezy!
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« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2015, 06:44:21 AM »

Thanks for the recipe
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