If you want to taste one of the finest mustard barbecue sauce recipes ever concocted then get your bbq grill out and I'll show you how.
It’s a sauce that works well with almost anything, but particularly
Don’t miss out any longer, give this one a go and I promise that you won’t be disappointed. It's something more like a paste than a sauce so definitely better to brush on during the cooking rather than leave until the end and pour over.
All you need to do is mix the ingredients together in a saucepan and simmer for approx 30 mins. Just enough time to get the barbecue lit and the coals ready if you're using charcoal.
As you look through the ingredients list you'll see that there's sugar and vinegar there to provide the sweet and sour together with some of the other traditional barbecue sauce ingredients like Worcestershire sauce but note that there's no ketchup or tomato base.
The color is therefore different to what you might expect and the flavor too but don't judge a book by it's cover. Get in there, you won't be disappointed.
Throw all the ingredients into a saucepan and warm through whilst strirring and that's all there is to it, your mustard BBQ sauce is ready. You should now have a "paste" that you can slap on your pork steak or chop.
Make sure your barbecue coals have settled down, no flames and grill gently over a medium heat leaving just enough time for a nice cold beer!