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16 Apr 2011
Cricket said:
Altered ingredient amounts. I found the sauce a tiny bit tart when I first tried it so added and additional 1/2 tablespoon of sugar - took the edge off without altering the essential taste. Brilliant
 
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25 Jan 2009
Batfloke said:
Used different ingredients. Firstly, thanks for this fantastically simple, TASTY and quick recipe! I didn't change much. I essentially tripled the amounts of the ingredients so I had more sauce (obvious) but this made the acidity more prominent so I increased the proportion of sugar in this recipe - it sorted the acidity quick as a flash. The one thing I actually changed was the sugar. I used Dark Muscovado rather than soft brown. OK, they're much the same, but the muscovado has a slightly different texture, is stickier and is an unrefined cane so is not quite as bad. Maybe a minor difference but, I think, one with a big result. The one thing I added was ground smoked paprika. I started off by matching the amount of this to the amount of mustard powder, but then ended up adding a touch more paprika than mustard. One thing I wouldn't change is the hot sauce. Tabasco is fine but I think that another pepper-based hot-sauce may well be too fiery. Again, thanks for a fantastic recipe, but as with all cooking it's personal taste, and this is mine ;-)
 
07 Jul 2010
Reviewed by: summerbbq
looks good, but you missed the liquid smoke which i reckon is crucial. in any case, you should try the curry barbecue sauce (or cbq) and you will never go back to ordinary barbecue again
 
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25 May 2010
Used different ingredients. I substituted mustard powder for Chinese 5 spice, it gives a nice edge for oriental cooking xx
 
15 Aug 2011
Reviewed by: hlotz33
Altered amounts and added quite a bit more Worcestershire sauce. Think it would be better with some liquid smoke to mask the taste of ketchup.
 

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