This is so simple it almost isn't a 'recipe' - simply combine your favourite BBQ sauce (shop-bought or homemade) with authentic plum sauce from your local Chinese market (or some larger supermarkets). The result is a sauce that is fabulous for basting chicken or ribs, or for mixing with Asian-inspired noodles.
this recipe is horrible, Im not sure if youve noticed, but there are literally thousands of barbecue sauces out there, it is very vague to just list barbecue sauce as one of the ingredients! - 03 Mar 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
You may use any barbeque sauce that you want for this recipe. I typically use honey or brown sugar. They also exists many types of duck sauce, I use a duck sauce that is yellow in coloring and tends to have a sweeter taste...the brand I use is "Dai Day Duck Sauce" - 11 May 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Absolutely loved it! I followed the advice of the person who submitted it. I used a spicy brown sugar bbq sauce mixed with the reccommended brand of duck sauce (which will now be the only duck sauce i buy!). I cooked my ribs on the grill and then I glazed them with the sauce and cooked them a little longer. Scrumptious. Do try...don't be thrown off by the low rating! - 22 Feb 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)