The Best Barbecue Sauce

White Bbq Sauce Recipe

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    White BBQ Sauce recipe made w/egg whites.?
    An old friend of the family used to make a bbq sauce for us all the time, but she would never give up the recipe. It’s used for Pork or chicken, mainly, and the only ingredients that I know for sure are Vinegar, Oil and egg whites. It has alot of egg whites, that much I know. Does anyone know of this recipe? Thank you so much !

    • ANSWER:
      I have a recipe up on my website at www.SmokinRub.com – the link is right below my logo. Its easy to make and tastes great. Be sure sure to let it sit 18-24 hours before using.

      Mike Whisante
      www.SmokinRub.com

  2. QUESTION:
    find big bob gibsons recipe for white bbq sauce that was on unwrapped aug 31, 2009?

    • ANSWER:
      I saw the episode and the directions they gave were to make 1 gallon. I’m pretty sure this is the same recipe, reduced to a reasonable quantity for home use.

      http://whitetrashbbq.blogspot.com/2006/08/bbq-recipes-big-bob-gibsons-white.html

  3. QUESTION:
    Anyone know a good simple BBQ sauce recipe for pulled pork?
    I don’t have apple cider vinegar but I have basalmic and white. I was going to slow cook the pork with the sauce. Know of any recipes?

    • ANSWER:
      Sweet Baby Ray’s Chipotle BBQ Sauce.

      But since you want to make it…

      Balsamic BBQ Sauce

      * 1 teaspoon olive oil
      * 2 tablespoons finely chopped shallots
      * 2/3 cup balsamic vinegar
      * 3 cups ketchup (recommended: Heinz)
      * 1/3 cup brown sugar
      * 1/3 cup honey

      Heat oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Add shallots and saute for 1 minute. Add balsamic vinegar and reduce by half. Add ketchup, brown sugar, and honey; bring to a simmer and cook for 5 minutes, stirring constantly.

  4. QUESTION:
    Question for Nor. Cal. peeps familiar with Mikuni’s…..how the heck do I make the BBQ tuna white sauce?
    I love the BBQ tune (red and white) from Mikuni’s, I want to make the white sauce but cannot find the recipe anywhere….it’s probably secret, but any help would be great!!

    • ANSWER:

      http://bbq.about.com/od/barbecuesaucerecipes/r/ble00114.htm

  5. QUESTION:
    I need a barbecue sauce recipe that does not use vinegar of any kind.?
    I have boneless chuck ribs and I am planning on cooking then for 45 minutes in beer, water, salt, and pepper. Then broiling them for a while with some bbq sauce. I need a recipe that does not include vinegar. Not white, red wine, apple cider, etc. I have no money to buy any, but I need to make something. Please help! Thank you! :)

    • ANSWER:
      The pineapple juice idea is a good one. You could use any kind fruit juice you want. Apple would be my next choice.

      Or mix brown sugar, kethcup, onion powder, garlic salt, salt, pepper, chili powder, and whetever else you want for seasonongs and simmer for a few min. Then use as your sauce.

      And 45 min is not going to be long enough. It is best to cook them low and slow for a couple of hours then go from there.

  6. QUESTION:
    What kind of vinegar can I use for Home made BBQ Sauce?
    i found a nice sounding recipe for BBQ sauce but it calls for cider vinegar, but I don’t have any. I am making it tonight, and I am sick so I can’t go to the store, but do have White distilled vinegar, Balsamic vinegar, white wine vinegar, and red wine vinegar. can I substitute any of these in the place of cider vinegar?
    oh yeah, and does anyone know also, how many cups are in a quart?

    • ANSWER:
      White distilled vinegar is often made from cider vinegar – check the label to see if it says what it was distilled from. Of the vinegars you have, I’d use the white distilled vinegar.

      There are 2 cups in a pint and 2 pints in a quart, so 2×2 = 4 cups in a quart.

  7. QUESTION:
    Anyone have a clone recipe for Chik-fil-A’s Honey Roasted BBQ Sauce?
    The sauce is a creamy white-yellow and tastes of smoke and honey – VERY good.

    • ANSWER:
      BBQ SAUCE

      2 tbsp. butter
      1 c. water
      1 c. ketchup
      2 tbsp. vinegar
      1 tsp. salt (optional)
      1/4 tsp. pepper
      1/4 c. onion, finely chopped
      2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
      2 tbsp. lemon juice
      2 tbsp. brown sugar
      1 tsp. dry mustard powder

      Melt butter. Saute onion until soft. Add remaining 9 ingredients. Simmer for 20 minutes. Makes about 2 cups of BBQ sauce.

  8. QUESTION:
    Question about Mikuni or sushi lovers alike.?
    If your familiar with Northern california sushi you have probably been to Mikuni. I love their BBQ tuna, but more specifically the sauces that accompany them. There is typically a white and red sauce that you can request with the BBQ tuna. I would love to try and make them for myself. Does anyone have another other information on how to make these sauces. I have not tried the alabama white bbq sauce recipe yet, but I dont think cider vinegar is in it. Any info would help :-)

    • ANSWER:
      :) here is the secret japanese sushi white sauce recipe…..

      4 parts mayonaisse
      1 part ponzu ( japanese citrus juice) or 1 part lime juice

      stir together and drizzle onto sushi.

      If you have had the darker version, just add a touch of soy sauce for color.

  9. QUESTION:
    Best barbecue sauce recipe?
    I have ketchup, mustard, apple cider vinegar, white vinegar, sugar, brown sugar, orange juice and basically all of the seasonings and herbs you can imagine. How is the best way to turn this into a BBQ sauce?

    • ANSWER:
      Try this one…………….

      The Boss Barbecue Sauce
      Cook’s notes: Remember when making “The Boss Barbecue Sauce”, “Hot” is not always better. Always begin with a smaller amount of hot sauce, you can always go back and add more later.

      Ingredients:

      •1/2 cup water
      •1/4 cup vinegar
      •1/4 teaspoon celery seed
      •1/4 teaspoon salt
      •1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
      •1 to 2 tablespoons sugar (Texans may reduce to taste)
      •1 cup catsup
      •1/4 cup finely chopped onion
      •3 – 8 dashes of your favorite bottled hot sauce

      Directions: In a saucepan combine the vinegar, water, onion, catsup, sugar, celery seed, salt, Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce of your choice. Once boiling, reduce heat. Simmer uncovered for approximately 10 – 15 minutes until it reaches your desired consistency. You can brush this on any of your meats or chicken. This should make up to 1 1/2 – 1 3/4 cups of your special sauce.

      To vary this and make it hotter you can always add 1teaspoon chili powder and 1/2 teaspoon ground red pepper.

      Or if you like more of a mustard base sauce: merely eliminate the salt, sugar and celery seed. Instead of catsup, use 3/4 of a bottled chili sauce. Add 1 tablespoon of your favorite mustard and 1 clove of minced garlic. Then to make your barbecue sauce a hit add 1/2 cup of your favorite beer, while drinking the other half and 1/4 of local honey. Cook the onion and garlic until they are soft and tender then add the remaining ingredients and cook over a low fire boiling, at which time you will want to turn down the fire to a low setting and let simmer.

      Experiment with your own sauce. Try mixing diced onions, vinegar, garlic, herbs (for example thyme or basil), salt and brown sugar. Maybe even dice up your favorite peppers for a little heat. Or you can add a small portion of your favorite beer or bourbon. I even have a friend that has a recipe using ½ cup of strong coffee. Explore your taste horizons!

      Or I have several other ones on our website….www.TexasBackyardBBQ.com

  10. QUESTION:
    I made BBQ sauce and the vinegar is to powerful how do I take out the vinegar taste?
    i followed a recipe and it has way to much vinegar in it. Im seeking an idea on how to take the vinegar tast out. I added liquid smoke,brown sugar, honey, and white sugar. Any help will help :)

    • ANSWER:
      I make a lot of bbq sauce recipes and so far haven’t had this problem but you might put it on simmer and a lot of the vinegar will evaporate and you might get the taste of it down. In the end, the other suggestion of starting over and using half or a quarter of the vinegar amount next time.

  11. QUESTION:
    What type of ready-made sauce can you recommend for meatball appetizers.?
    I really dont have the time for preparing a recipe. I’m also hosting a “all white attire” party so BBQ sauce is out of the question.

    • ANSWER:
      In that case I would stick to serving them “au jus” which means “in their own juice”. If you add any sort of sauce to them they will drip onto that all white attire, and cause more than one guest problems. Since you’re going to be serving them as appetizers, why don’t you try wrapping each one in a half strip of bacon before you bake them. You hold the bacon in place with a tooth pick, which would allow you to put the meatballs straight out on the serving trays after they’re baked, as it makes the appetizer easier to pick up.

  12. QUESTION:
    What can I use instead of 1/4 cup of honey?
    I have a chicken/bbq sauce recipe and just realized that I’m fresh out of honey.
    Can I use sugar instead? If so, how much and should I use brown or white sugar?

    • ANSWER:
      If you have molasses that would be the best substitute. If not use the same amount of brown sugar.

  13. QUESTION:
    Recipe for OSCAR MEYER Smokies and Hershey’s Cookies N Cream?
    I have 1 1/2 packs of OSCAR Smokies I don’t know what to do with. I slow cooked some in BBQ sauce a few weeks ago. It turned out great, but I need a recipe that doesn’t call for BBQ sauce. I’ve got all kinds of veggies, spices, etc. Anything I don’t have, the store is a min. away.

    I’m also looking for something similar to the Hershey’s Cookies N Cream candy. I have Oreo’s and white chocolate, but I’m not sure if I need to put something else in it.

    • ANSWER:
      Spicy Ranch smokies

      1 package of dry buffalo wing mix
      1 bottle french Dressing 2 pkgs Oscar Meyer Little Smokies
      1/2 cup of water

      Mix together, add smokies and simmer in crock pot for a few hours until smokies are tender.

      For cookies and cream dessert

      24 chocolate sandwich cookies (oreos), finely crumbled, about 2 cups
      6 tablespoons margarine, room temperature
      1 envelope unflavored gelatin
      1/4 cup cold water
      8 oz cream cheese, softened
      1/2 cup sugar
      3/4 cup milk
      1 cup heavy cream, whipped
      coarsely crumbled chocolate sandwich cookies (Oreos), about 1 to 1 1/2 cups
      Combine fine cookie crumbs and soft margarine; press into bottom of 9-inch springform pan. In a saucepan, soften gelatin in cold water; stir over low heat until dissolved. In a mixing bowl, combine cream cheese and sugar, mixing at medium speed of an electric hand-held mixer until well blended, Gradually add gelatin mixture and milk, mixing until well blended. Chill until mixture is thickened but not set; fold in whipped cream. Reserve 1 1/2 cup cream cheese mixture; pour remaining cream cheese mixture over crust.
      Top with coarsely crumbled cookies then remaining cream cheese mixture. Chill until firm.

  14. QUESTION:
    Can you please give me a recipe or an idea on how to “spice up some minute rice?
    I am going to make some white minute rice with my chicken breast that is marinated in bbq sauce. It does not have to be spicy but I would like a different tasting rice.

    • ANSWER:
      Oh, this is my favorite way to spice up white rice. Instead of water when cooking, cook it in chicken broth instead. When done add some fresh grated parsley, or parsley flakes from your spices. Taste wonderful!!
      Andie

  15. QUESTION:
    How did I mess up the hamburgers??!?
    (I didn’t have a recipe, but) I had two egg whites, spoonful of BBQ sauce, spices/herbs, and about enough hamburger to make 3-5 burgers.
    I seemed to be ‘frying’ the hamburgers, it was hot when I put them in, but they stuck to the (aluminum?) pan and I ended up making Sloppy Joe’s.

    What’s the secret to making hamburgers, (steaks if you have any tips), and what are some do’s and don’t's? Or grilling in general?

    • ANSWER:
      It’s because you had too much liquid in the mix and nothing to bind the burgers. To make really great burgers that stay together, limit the number of liquids you add.

      Next time, try this for juicy burgers:
      1. Salt, pepper, garlic powder, and a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce.
      2. Lightly mix and form into patties. Minimize the amount of mixing you do as this will toughen the meat.
      2. Heat pan on medium high….the secret is a quick sear.
      3. Cook each side about 2 minutes. The high heat will seal the burger and the juices will stay inside.
      4. Let the burger sit for a few minutes before serving so the juices redistribute across the meat.

  16. QUESTION:
    I’m broke but want to make a lovely valentine’s dinner for my fiance?
    I have about 15 chicken wings, two chicken breasts, potatoes, plumed tomatoes, mix veg, onions, garlic, a whole variety of spices including indian masalas, soy sauce, cheese, coconut milk, rice, noodles, coke, white wine vinegar, natural yoghurt, eggs, mayonnaise, ketchup, bbq sauce. I need a recipe for starters and a main dish (oh and I have a lemon). Please help.

    • ANSWER:
      Search for curry recipes, you seem to have all, that’s needed. Mmm, the thought of chicken curry makes me hungry again.

      But, unless you are holding that off until after marriage, be sure to give the REAL gift after the dinner — don’t need much (any) money for that… An enthusiastically presented/executed sexual favor of some kind will make him remember the evening for years.

  17. QUESTION:
    Easy recipe using cheap ingredients and things I already have (listed)?
    We are BROKE for a week. I need to buy something to make for dinner that would cost more than for groceries. I already have some pasta..shreaded cheddar or swiss cheeses..white wine,,spices… butter… bbq sauce…mayo..dijon mustards…salso.. cream of celery soups… canned chili…canned green beans…canned corn… frozen Talapia fish…. Any recipe suggestions? I can buy a few things just as long as its or less! Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      Make a beurre blanc with butter, cream, cheese, white wine

      - 3 ounces shallots, peeled and finely chopped
      - 1/2 cup white wine vinegar
      - 1/2 cup white wine
      - 4 tablespoons heavy cream or other liquid replacement
      - 1 pound butter, cut into 1 inch cubes
      Salt and pepper to taste

      In a heavy sauce pan combine shallots, white wine, and white wine vinegar.
      Simmer mixture gently until nearly all liquid has evaporated.
      Check saucepan to ensure that it has not browned. Browning will discolor the sauce. Wipe off browning with a wet towel.
      Add heavy cream or liquid replacement. If cream is not being used, an equal amount of water or other liquid must be added to prevent sauce from becoming too thick.
      Add prepared butter.
      Over high heat, whisk sauce until butter has melted.
      Season to taste.
      Add a few drops of wine vinegar if sauce seems flat. Add butter if sauce is harsh or acidic.

  18. QUESTION:
    Can anyone tell me how to make chicken barbeque?
    I come from Pennsylvania, but haven’t lived there in a long time. I’ve got an intense craving for chicken bbq like they make back home, however, when I try to search for the recipe, I only come up with bbq chicken, which is totally different. What I’m looking for is pulled chicken (white-ish in color, not red) that you eat on a bun. Nothing at all to do with grilling or bbq sauce, so it’s kind of a misnomer. Thanks.
    Again, what I’m looking for doesn’t use BBQ sauce, at all, ever. and … mutton?

    • ANSWER:
      NO BBQ SAUCE – Pulled-Chicken Sandwiches
      TOTAL TIME: 30 MIN
      SERVES: 4
      Classic eastern North Carolina barbecue sauce has a vinegar—not a tomato—base. It’s delicious tossed with pulled chicken instead of the usual pork, and served the traditional way: piled onto soft buns and smothered under cold, creamy coleslaw.
      ingredients

      * 2 cups cider vinegar
      * 1 1/2 cups water
      * 1 cup dry white wine
      * 1/3 cup vegetable oil
      * 3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
      * 2 tablespoons dry mustard
      * 1 tablespoon sweet paprika
      * 2 teaspoons kosher salt
      * 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
      * 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
      * One 3 1/2-pound rotisserie chicken
      * 4 hamburger buns, split
      * 1 cup prepared coleslaw

      directions
      1. In a medium saucepan, combine the cider vinegar with the water, white wine, vegetable oil, Worcestershire sauce, dry mustard, sweet paprika, salt, black pepper and cayenne pepper and boil over high heat until reduced to 1 1/4 cups, about 15 minutes. Remove the warm vinegar sauce from the heat.
      2. Meanwhile, remove all of the meat from the chicken and shred it. Discard the skin. Add the chicken to the warm vinegar sauce and heat through, stirring gently. Pile the pulled chicken on the buns and drizzle with extra vinegar sauce. Top with the coleslaw, close the sandwiches and serve right away.

  19. QUESTION:
    How to make cheese stay on the chicken?
    OK I have this yummy recipe I cook my boneless skinless chicken breast on the stove with the lid on then I mix a little water and bbq sauce and let it simmer til the water boils out. I use white American sliced cheese and bacon on top with cheddar sprinkles on top of that… it’s so good, but the darn cheese slides off, so it’s never as pretty as it tastes… any tricks?

    • ANSWER:
      Try putting the American cheese on right before you serve it, and let the heat of the cooked meat melt it. If you are putting the cheese on top, and then putting the lid back on to melt the cheese, it’s just getting too hot and turning into a liquid. Another idea it to try using real White Cheddar cheese instead of the processed stuff. It will hold together better.

  20. QUESTION:
    Pantry (and fridge) help, please!?
    I have a pantry and fridge full of things that I don’t know what to do with. I want, and need, to use them up and am hoping that someone can submit some recipes to help me use up the following:

    Worcestershire sauce
    mustard
    salsa
    stir-fry sauce
    Catalina salad dressing
    strawberry jam/jelly
    Parmesan cheese powder
    tartar sauce
    creamed horseradish
    8 oz. (or so) jar of basil pesto
    honey
    beef bouillon
    steak sauce
    187 ml bottle Shiraz wine
    white vinegar
    apple cider vinegar
    BBQ sauce
    white wine vinegar
    Burgundy cooking wine
    1 bottle Riesling wine
    1 bottle Pinot Noir wine
    orange marmalade
    instant potatoes
    a full box of baking mix (like Bisquick)
    1 jar sauerkraut
    1/2 lb. pearl barley
    29 oz. can pure pumpkin puree

    And the following spices, all dried:
    coriander
    crushed mint
    bay leaves
    dill weed
    mustard seed
    celery salt
    caraway seed
    seasoned salt

    Also, my guy is allergic to all poultry and game, all stone fruits, cherries, all nuts (except peanuts and peanut butter), celery, peas, and carrots. Please attempt to not include these in the recipes submitted, thanks so kindly!

    • ANSWER:
      Why don’t you look up recipes in www.cooks.com

      Many stews, and meat recipes use a lot of the spices you have listed. Use the search menu to find specific ingredients. My husband and I use it when we have no idea what to make for dinner.

  21. QUESTION:
    Any simple recipes I can make with some or all of the following ingredients?
    We are kinda short on food right now and I am sick of KD and plain pasta, so I want to make something.
    This is what I have, any easy recipe ideas?

    Potatoes
    White Rice
    Onions
    Some Canned & Frozen vegetables such as green beans, peas, corn
    Mini Tomatoes
    Mini cucumber
    Tomato sauce, soup, pasta sauce
    Pasta (spaghetti and tri color Alfredo)
    Eggs
    Soy Sauce, mayo, K+M, BBQ sauce
    I have milk,
    (nothing with lots of butter, we are almost out)

    Any ideaS?
    Anything is appreciated, thanks
    Actually, I do have rice, it was one of the first few ingredients I put lol
    Thanks though, I can just add the rice.

    • ANSWER:
      You could make a potato soup out of the potatoes, onions, milk and a little butter. Sauté the onions in butter, add milk and heat it up. While you are doing that dice the potatoes finely and boil until somewhat soft, drain and add your sauce. Season as desired.

  22. QUESTION:
    I want to cook something for my boyfriend, but I have limited supplies- Ideas? Help?
    So my boyfriend and I just moved to a new everything. He currently is the only one working because I’m still looking around for anything. Anyway- I love to cook for him (from scratch) and I love trying new recipes. The thing is I’m running out of stuff to make. I’ve already done Chicken Alfredo, Creamy White Wine sauce with Garlic chicken, a family recipe called Chicken and Gray Sauce. EVERYTHING IS WITH CHICKEN! Personally I’m kinda sick of it- but he likes chicken. Now I wanted to make him porkchops with stuffing and apple sauce- but i’m very limited on money and where we live prices are ridiculous.
    In our fridge we have steaks- but he doesn’t want me to bbq. We have burger patties- that he doesn’t really feel like having. We have more chicken drum sticks. Other than that we have frozen fruit, veggies, some chicken noodle soup, garlic bread, easy mac, tomato sauce, bacon, and hotdogs. Please if you have any ideas for a kinda not so pricey easy to whip up recipe let me know. I want this to be special for him (he’s been really down lately) so I’m trying to make him happier and more relaxed. I have desert covered with his favorite cookies- but dinner is stumping me. It doesn’t have to be all from scratch just something; anything will help. Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      use your chicken drumsticks for this recipe

      Lazy Gourmet Chicken

      1 tbls sugar
      ¼ cup vinegar
      ½ cup soy sauce
      4 garlic cloves, minced
      ¾ tsp salt
      1 tsp pepper
      2 ½ – 3 # fryer, cut up or 2-3 pounds legs/thighs/breasts

      Combine all ingredients except chicken in a large, tightly lidded saucepan and bring to a boil. Add chicken pieces and coat each well. Keep covered and reduce heat, simmer 35-40 minutes, basting several times along the way.

  23. QUESTION:
    How does my diet look?
    Breakfast: 90 calorie omelet ->Egg white + spinach + garlic
    60 calorie cabbage soup (from cabbage soup diet…the recipe)

    Snack: (60 calories) 1 nectarine ..some diet coke(it really helps kill my sugar craving)

    Lunch: around 280 cals all together) (150 calories 0 g fat 1 cup cooked basmati rice) (rice cooked it in 2 tsp 64% fat free butter =25 calories and some green onion) with boiled veggies in low fat sweet sour sauce(50cals)

    Snack: 150 calories (45home made frappe (cold coffee= 1tsp brown sugar(15cals)+coffee mix (10cals) + 1/4 fat free milk (???10-20cals). 4-5 strawberries + 95% fat free cool whip (3tbls=25cals) and 1 tsp honey(60cals)…..all together ill just say 150 calories to make it even,

    Dinner: Lets say 250-300 cals- Baked chicken breast (70cals) in 2 tsps low fat butter(25 cals)..and bbq sauce(2 tbls 40cals)
    with some ham and potato soup (100 cals)

    Dessert – 100-150 cals – yogurt with fruit

    im 5’2 144 lbs.. i work in an office and dont exercise much, i want to lose 20 pounds…… maybe i’m not eating much but i don’t care i feel full and satisfied so far.,,,, what do u think of today’s menu?

    • ANSWER:
      not bad at all, all the things you are eating are healthy and not too bad for you like baked chicken, yogurt for desert instead of cake but one thing i would reccomand is even though things are “fat free” i would still cut out the “fat free” sodas and cool whip :)

  24. QUESTION:
    What should I make for dinner?
    We are out of meat, and I’m not sure what to make without having a meat as the base of a recipe. I have no money, so I can’t go shopping for anything else. I have to feed 3 people. I have the most random stuff, but can’t figure out what to make… Here’s what I got… Can you think of a recipe?

    soy milk
    milk
    mango puree
    coffee
    salsa
    butter
    old tomatoes
    1 red potato
    2 onions
    1/2 orange bell pepper
    1/2 can pigeon peas
    1 old lime
    1/2 head romaine
    1/2 cucumber
    nectarine
    3 kiwis
    jalapeno tortillas
    2 green apples
    apricot jelly
    grape jelly
    full package bacon
    pears
    lots of spices
    hot sauce
    soy sauce
    bbq sauce
    blue cheese
    ranch
    A1
    mustard
    hersheys choc syrup
    mayo
    2 eggs
    2 cans pitted bing cherries
    pinapple chunks
    stewed tomatoes
    tomato sauce
    diced tomatoes
    chunky guava
    black olives
    corn
    peas
    kidney beans
    sweet potatoes
    baked beans
    turkey chili
    fruit cocktail peach halves
    diced pears
    apricot halves
    angel hair pasta
    spaghetti
    linguine
    lasagna noodles
    otameal
    mac n cheese
    cream of wheat
    rice vinegar
    golden balsamic vinegar
    balsamic vinegar
    red wine vinegar
    white wine vinegar
    apple cider vinegar
    black current simple syrup
    1 cup olive oil left
    sesame oil
    peanut oil
    almond flavor syrup
    sugar
    brown sugar
    cinnamon
    french fried onions
    crisco shortening
    baking powder
    molasses
    corn syrup
    fillets of anchovies
    chicken bouillon
    honey
    chocolate mint pudding
    cheezy garlic bisquick biscuits
    cereal

    • ANSWER:
      Omelette with bacon and a green salad:

      Microwave the red potato 3 minutes or until soft. Let cool. Microwave or fry up some bacon and set aside. Make an omelette using the eggs, bell pepper, chopped onions and the chopped cooked potato.

      Make a salad of Romaine, cucumber, slivered onions, black olives (if desired) and the old tomatoes. Serve with cheezy garlic biscuits.

      (I don’t have any good recipes for salad dressing, but you’ve got the ingredients for that as well)

      Dessert: fruit cocktail and diced pears.

  25. QUESTION:
    How do I overpower store brand barbecue(makings of recipe)?
    -

    I have already made it harder to do that.

    I had about 6 ounces of store brand pork bbq. Southern.
    1 lb. of bulk sausage, breakfast style sausage from the butcher, mild
    12 oz. can of tomatoes and chili peppers
    12 oz. can of tomatoes
    Generic hot sauce
    Frank’s hot sauce
    Garlic powder
    Chili powder
    Water.

    The way I make this is I like to leave in the grease.
    I still have not put in onion. All I have on hand is white onion.

    Any suggestions, theories? It tastes like the store brand barbecue, so far.

    .

    • ANSWER:
      Just put in the white onions. For BBQ sauce, I’m not picky on what kind I have. Yellow or white would do just fine.
      I add brown sugar and a dollop of molasses for the sweet. And a dash of Worcestershire sauce to layer the flavor and give it a bit of sour tang. Otherwise, you have all the ingredients that I put in my homemade BBQ sauce. Chili powder, garlic powder, onions. I don’t use hot sauce, I have a heavy hand with the chili powder. It is enough for me.
      I like my sauce thick, ala Sweet Baby Ray’s, so I start with tomato sauce.
      If you would like a bit more sour, use some vinegar. apple cider vinegar would be good.

  26. QUESTION:
    Anyone want to help with creativity?? : )?
    I have looked on “leftovers” recipe sites etc but nothing is really jumping up and kicking me in the head yet. If you have nothing better to do and wouldn’t mind sending on some suggestions of things you have made, it would be incredibly appreciated! Here is a little of what I have and can go out later to get things I don’t have and may need: Thanks a ton in advance! Oh, and I really dislike shepards pie….and the last pot roast I had leftovers of, I made a bbq pulled beef thing on buns.
    Leftover pot roast
    Gravy
    pantry & fridge:
    Many herbs and spices
    canned tomato sauce and paste
    fresh plantains
    fresh portobello mushrooms
    salsa
    condiments such as mayo, wasabi sauce, horseradish, mustards, teriyaki,
    black and green olives
    veggies…baby green beans, cauliflower, chopped spinach
    pastas,orzo, pastina, spaghetti, lasagna
    flours…white, wheat, semolina, gram (besan), durum atta, rye.
    cheeses…munster, smoked gouda and gouda, asiago, feta, goronzola, mozzarella, pepper jack.
    broths
    Ohhhh, now I am starving…all such great ideas….

    • ANSWER:
      How about this:
      Shred the beef, add in the salsa, extra tomato sauce if you need it, portobellos, olives, chopped spinach. Do you have any beans? (kidney beans or black beans) Add in spices like chili powder, cumin, hot peppers. Simmer until the flavors are well-blended.
      Serve with soft tortillas and some of the pepperjack cheese to top it off.

  27. QUESTION:
    Sound like a good reception menu to you?
    We’ve had fun picking our wedding menu, and this is what we’ve decided:

    -Pepperoni and mozzarella manicotti (had to compromise somewhere… my fiance is obsessed with pizza!)
    -Chicken strips with a variety of sauces
    -Apricot sweet and sour meatballs
    -Crostini
    -Veggie platter with 2 dips (creamy pesto and cucumber and dill)
    -Raspberry Mousse Brownies
    -White chocolate mousse bars
    -Boneless BBQ bites
    -Fruit platter with yogurt dip
    -Spinach salad with all kinds of fixings
    -Iceberg lettuce salad with all kinds of fixings

    For drinks we have

    -Strawberry punch
    -Water
    -Tea
    -And diet soda for our diabetic guests

    We have no vegetarian guests, but we have a few with diabetes, so their health has come into account when we pulled our recipes to make the food. It’s all safe for everyone to eat!

    Is there anything you would add? Does it sound good to you?

    • ANSWER:
      A wedding reception without Champagne (thereby penalising all of the guests for the sake of a few who can’t control themselves) and no real food, just appetisers, doesn’t sound like a whole lot of fun for the guests!

  28. QUESTION:
    Easy recipe using cheap ingredients and things I already have (listed)?
    We are BROKE for a week. I need to buy something to make for dinner that would not cost more than for groceries. I already have some pasta..shreaded cheddar or swiss cheeses..white wine,,spices… butter… bbq sauce…mayo..dijon mustards…salso.. cream of celery soups… canned chili…canned green beans…canned corn… frozen Talapia fish…. Any recipe suggestions? I can buy a few things just as long as its or less! Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      Chicken Spaghetti
      1/2 lb spaghetti
      1 can cream of celery soup
      2 tbsp-1/4 cup milk
      1 (7 ounce) can swanson cooked chicken breasts
      1-2 cups cheddar cheese

      Cook spaghetti; drain. Add soup, chicken, and milk. Pour into 9×9 inch greased baking dish (greased with melted butter). Sprinkle desired amount of cheddar cheese on top of dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-15 mins (until cheese melts).
      *Buy some milk and 1 small can of chicken.

      Enjoy!

  29. QUESTION:
    I’m broke but want to make a lovely valentine’s dinner for my fiance.?
    I have about 15 chicken wings, two chicken breasts, potatoes, plummed tomatoes, mix veg, onions, garlic, a whole variety of spices including indian masalas, soy sauce, cheese, coconut milk, rice, noodles, coke, white wine vinegar, natural yoghurt, eggs, mayonnaise, ketchup, bbq sauce. I need a recipe for starters and a main dish (oh and I have a lemon). Please help.

    • ANSWER:
      Just having the chicken, coconut milk, rice, and spices opens up too many possibilities to list. Here is a page with some options:

      http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/0,1-0,chicken_coconut_milk,FF.html

  30. QUESTION:
    I’m broke but want to make a lovely valentine’s dinner for my fiance?
    I have about 15 chicken wings, two chicken breasts, potatoes, plumed tomatoes, mix veg, onions, garlic, a whole variety of spices including indian masalas, soy sauce, cheese, coconut milk, rice, noodles, coke, white wine vinegar, natural yoghurt, eggs, mayonnaise, ketchup, bbq sauce. I need a recipe for starters and a main dish (oh and I have a lemon). Please help.
    I also have pesto and creme fraiche

    • ANSWER:
      Grilled chicken with bbq sauce on the side (much fancier).
      Noodles with butter, soy and chunks of chicken mixed in is surprisingly good! Again, it’s what you serve it in.

      Adding dried chives, just a few..adds color. Makes things so much more exciting looking.

      Grilled chicken then put in oven and warm finely grated cheese on top! Serve with rice loaded and stirred with butter and salt, dash of pepper for color.

      Lemon is great on grilled chicken, too..but not with the cheese.

      You can marinade the chicken in soy, a dash of vinegar, some sugar and garlic! Makes the flavor go all the way through the meat.

  31. QUESTION:
    I’m broke but want to make a lovely valentine’s dinner for my fiance?
    I have about 15 chicken wings, two chicken breasts, potatoes, plumed tomatoes, mix veg, onions, garlic, a whole variety of spices including indian masalas, soy sauce, cheese, coconut milk, rice, noodles, coke, white wine vinegar, natural yoghurt, eggs, mayonnaise, ketchup, bbq sauce. I need a recipe for starters and a main dish (oh and I have a lemon). Please help.
    I also have pesto and creme fraiche

    • ANSWER:
      Personally i would cook the two chicken breasts with the tomatoes ( add onion and garlic to them, maybe a little oregano and basil, too) in a skillet. Serve them on a bed of cooked noodles covering with the tomato sauce.

  32. QUESTION:
    Sound like a good reception menu to you?
    We’ve had fun picking our wedding menu, and this is what we’ve decided:

    -Pepperoni and mozzarella manicotti (had to compromise somewhere… my fiance is obsessed with pizza!)
    -Chicken strips with a variety of sauces
    -Apricot sweet and sour meatballs
    -Crostini
    -Veggie platter with 2 dips (creamy pesto and cucumber and dill)
    -Raspberry Mousse Brownies
    -White chocolate mousse bars
    -Boneless BBQ bites
    -Fruit platter with yogurt dip
    -Spinach salad with all kinds of fixings
    -Iceberg lettuce salad with all kinds of fixings

    For drinks we have

    -Strawberry punch
    -Water
    -Tea
    -And diet soda for our diabetic guests

    We have no vegetarian guests, but we have a few with diabetes, so their health has come into account when we pulled our recipes to make the food. It’s all safe for everyone to eat!

    Is there anything you would add? Does it sound good to you?

    • ANSWER:
      you might want to go to > All Categories > Food & Drink > Entertaining section for your question. where here is a 60% man based and a 40% female base in this section. I think you would have a better chance of getting a more bias answer here > All Categories > Food & Drink > Entertaining

  33. QUESTION:
    Sound like a good reception menu to you?
    We’ve had fun picking our wedding menu, and this is what we’ve decided:

    -Pepperoni and mozzarella manicotti (had to compromise somewhere… my fiance is obsessed with pizza!)
    -Chicken strips with a variety of sauces
    -Apricot sweet and sour meatballs
    -Crostini
    -Veggie platter with 2 dips (creamy pesto and cucumber and dill)
    -Raspberry Mousse Brownies
    -White chocolate mousse bars
    -Boneless BBQ bites
    -Fruit platter with yogurt dip
    -Spinach salad with all kinds of fixings
    -Iceberg lettuce salad with all kinds of fixings

    For drinks we have

    -Strawberry punch
    -Water
    -Tea
    -And diet soda for our diabetic guests

    We have no vegetarian guests, but we have a few with diabetes, so their health has come into account when we pulled our recipes to make the food. It’s all safe for everyone to eat!

    Is there anything you would add? Does it sound good to you?
    Ashley: actually, I’m making the food myself. (I’m a culinary student) It’s what my fiance wants, and I’m so happy he’s interested in part of the wedding! And, I want people to be comfortable eating their food, not wondering what on Earth it is or if they should try it.
    I’d love to add some alcohol, but we both have some alcoholic family members and we really don’t want the ruining the wedding reception! So, we’re saving the wine for our wedding night.
    Fiance says the manicotti stays. Evidently it’s not debatable. This chicken fingers are for the kids, something easy that they can eat, who wants to feed their kid something fancy like veal stuffed portabello mushrooms, you wouldn’t catch any kid I know eating something like that. I want people to feel at home at my wedding instead of like guests, since they are my family! It’s just me I guess. But seriously, we’ve been looking for other foods to add, we’d like to have a variety. Do you have any kid friendly, not too exotic things (the fiance’s family is full of nuts, and my family has a hard time even thinking of eating stuff that seems exotic).

    • ANSWER:
      damnnnn i wish i was invited


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