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Carolina BBQ Sauce 2 Ways: Vinegar Pepper BBQ Sauce -&- Mustard BBQ Sauce Recipe

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welcome friends welcome back to the kitchen today in the backyard out on the smoker I have a pork button going and so I'm trying to keep my flavors fairly clean today I really want to taste the pork and so to me that flavor really comes through with a couple of sauces that you put on to finish it both of them from the Carolinas so today I'm going to make a vinegar-based sauce – vinegar pepper sauce and I'm going to make a mustard sauce then we're going to use to finish off the pulled pork so in this measuring cup I have regular distilled white vinegar and apple cider vinegar and I've got a small pot here over sort of medium low heat so in goes the vinegar the rest of the ingredients are pretty simple I've got some brown sugar salt paprika cayenne red pepper flakes and ground black pepper to that I want to add some citrus so I have a lemon here and I'm just gonna squeeze the lemon in and then I'm gonna throw the lemons into the pot and we're just gonna steep the lemons with the rest of the mixture okay in they go and I want some hot sauce to round out the flavor and while this isn't strictly hot sauce it is the hot brine left over from fermenting our own peppers from the garden so we did a lacto-fermentation and this stuff is killer it's got some great flavor it's hot but it's also nuanced there's lots of layers in there so I'm gonna add this add your own favorite hot sauce I'm gonna go maybe two tablespoons about like that and so I'm going to give this a stir the idea is we don't want to bring it to a boil we just want to bring it up to a warm enough temperature that the sugars dissolve and everything else dissolves in and we pull a little bit more flavor out of the lemons we'll just let this continue to steep and bring those flavors together while we move on to the next sauce and the next sauce is based on mustard so I need a cup of mustard okay into the pot chew that I'm going to add brown sugar black pepper salt a little bit of hot sauce not as much as I put in the other one just a touch and some honey and this is my cousin Jill's honey so I need maybe a quarter cup I'm just gonna free pour maybe a little bit more there we go and the last ingredient is some oyster sauce so I'm going to use our homemade oyster sauce this is developing nicely it's not exactly worst your sauce yet a little bit thicker I haven't finned it out and I don't know that I'm going to I mean it just tastes amazing the way it is and it goes so well in every place that I would use Wurster sauce I'm just gonna put it in and the last ingredient is apple cider vinegar now just like the first sauce we're gonna stir this together over low heat and just let it steep and come together now these have been on the lowest heat for about 10 minutes and the flavors are starting to come together so I want to give them a little bit of a taste always be tasting your sauces because this is when you can alter them you can make adjustments if need be that is amazing okay on its own it's super hot that that heat from that hot sauce mixed with the black pepper and the other peppers that are in there it's really great but there's a great balance between the acidity from the vinegar and the sugar so it's not too sweet it's not too sour a little bit of acid from the lemon that's really nice okay the mustard one let's see how do we do here yeah mustard hit right at the beginning that mustard tang and then a little bit of heat from that tiny little bit of hot sauce that I put in there sweetness from the brown sugar and the honey I think that one's really good too now as much as these are pretty standard recipes you will need to balance them to your tastes at home so take your time and find it what you like okay I'm gonna take the lemon shells out now and then I'm going to transfer these sauces into those little mason jars you could also put them into squeeze bottles depending on what you're going to use the sauce for and if you're going to use them as a mop sauce I'd put them in a little cast-iron pot and stick it into your barbecue smoker to keep it warm and then mop the meat as you're cooking so come on back for the pulled pork episode where Julie and I will be taste testing these on pulled pork sandwiches thanks for stopping by see you again soon you

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