Homemade BBQ Sauce

Awhile back I made pulled pork, sandwich rolls, and BBQ sauce. I posted the recipes for the rolls and BBQ sauce but since I was making some the other day for pork loin roast – which by the way, is WAY better for pulled pork when you loathe fatty meat – and since I have a beautiful new DSLR I thought I should photograph the occasion. 😉

Deliciousness in a bottle.

Note: This time around I used a 24oz bottle of ketchup, amounts below show exactly what I used for what I photographed.

Jennifer’s Homemade BBQ sauce

1 – 24oz bottle ketchup
4 Tablespoons liquid smoke
4 Tablespoons molasses brown sugar (1 Tbsp molasses + 1 cup cane sugar)
6 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
6 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1.5-2 teaspoons fresh ground black pepper

Mix. Refrigerate for a few hours prior to using.

All the goods (liquids save for ketchup are already in the bowl)

Homemade brown sugar into the liquids

Ketchup .. I should have used my tripod to get this picture, but I did something that has to qualify as an advanced yoga pose to get the shot. 😉

Fresh ground pepper - it's amazing.

Whisk. Whisk. Whisk.

I lack the proper amount of arms to photograph pouring the BBQ sauce into the bottle, but you get the idea.

Mostly ... because I *know* Liquid Smoke is *not* organic. 😉

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