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Dr. Pepper Barbecue Sauce Recipe at Epicurious

Dr. Pepper Barbecue Sauce Recipe at Epicurious
I too love this bbq sauce but have added my own twists. I only had salted butter so I omitted the salt, then melted the butter and skimmed the butter fats before adding the onions and garlic, so it was essentially clarified butter. I also like a nice cherry flavor so I used a mix of half dr pepper half black cherry soda, but I bet cherry dr pepper would also do the trick. I also didn't have the ancho chili powders, but I did have some scotch bonnet sauce which I used about a teaspoon. My wife doesn't like the spicy bbq sauces, so I gotta keep it on the low, for me, I would probably triple that amount or more.

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