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15-Minute BBQ Sauce From Scratch ๐Ÿ– gluten free, keto & paleo

15 comments

  1. Mary White says:

    Looks like there are many more things to do with this sauce than “just” pork ribs.
    Can’t wait to try it.

  2. Tom Dixon says:

    This sauce is great! I’ve been making it as is for a while. Then, I decided to add one 8 oz can of tomato sauce. BOOM! It’s just like a traditional sauce and even my non-keto/Paleo friends love it!

    • Lisa says:

      Roasted cauliflower, wings, ribs… I come back to this sauce time and again because it just works so deliciously. I love it even more because I don’t have to concern myself with the carbs from the tomatoes that were in the sauce I used to make. To top it off, even though I still love my old recipe, this recipe comes together much faster which means I can make it way more often.

  3. Lisa says:

    Found it! You can disregard my message about the broken link on the BBQ cauliflower recipe Paola. I’m assuming that this is the sauce you used for the cauliflower. XO

    • Lisa says:

      This sauce is delicious! No surprise there. Can’t wait to try it on some wings and ribs. However for tonight, there will be Gnom-Gnom BBQ cauliflower. YUM!

  4. Amber says:

    This had the tang and spice! So Iโ€™d caution anyone serving it to their families with kids. I made as written and used the smallest amount of cayenne and chipotle. When I tasted it, I knew immediately it was too spicy for my youngest to use as a dip. So I added 1/2 cup tomato sauce and 1/2 can of full fat coconut milk to dilute it. Two untraditional ingredients but I was desperate at that point! lol However strange, it worked. Still had plenty of flavor and kick. Iโ€™ll definitely make it again but use even less of the recommended chipotle and cayenne and add more to taste. The color after baking was beautiful, too.

  5. JR Richardson says:

    This is one of many great Keto recipes. I have tried a lot of them, and they always come through. Haven’t made the bbq sauce yet, but will next time I do ribs. Keep up the great recipes!

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