Goshen’s Southern Barbeque Sauce

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Goshen’s southern barbeque sauce is a taste of the south that will make any barbeque an instant hit. This southern delight is wonderful for grilling, baking, and even sautéing.  Goshen’s southern barbeque sauce spicy and can be made to taste on how spicy it can be. This sauce takes up to a month to set and have the flavors blended properly. Goshen’s southern barbeque sauce is an amazing taste of the south that will make anyone’s barbeque taste amazing.


· ½ cup(about 114 grams) of diced unions

· ½ cup(about 114 grams) of diced bell peppers

· 4 cloves of garlic crushed

· 1 cup(about 228 grams) of light brown sugar

· 3 tablespoons(about 15 milliliters) of extra virgin olive oil

· ¼ cup(about 60 milliliters) of Balsamic Vinegar

· ½ cup(about 125 milliliters) of apple cider vinegar

· 6 ounces (about 170 grams) of no-salt tomato paste

· 16 ounces(about 500 milliliters) of no salt tomato sauce

· 7 dashes of Tabasco sauce(more if desired)

· ¼ cup(60 milliliters) of dark molasses

· ¼ cup(about 60 milliliters) of honey

· 1 bay leaf

· 3 pinches of kosher salt

· ½ teaspoon(about 2 milliliters) of dried oregano

· ½ teaspoon(about 2 milliliters) of nutmeg

· ½ teaspoon(about 2 milliliters) of cinnamon

· ¼ teaspoon(about 1 milliliter) of cayenne pepper

· ¼ teaspoon(about 1 milliliter) of cracked black pepper

· Juice of 1 lemon


Step 1: The first step is heat the oil in a saucepan over a medium heat. Add the unions, peppers, and garlic, and sauté until the unions are transparent. A tip for Goshen’s southern barbeque sauce is to add a hint of butter to the unions while cooking. Then add the brown sugar and cook until thick, stick paste is formed, then add the lemon juice.

Step 2: Add both types of vinegar, and once the mixture begins to steam, add the tomato paste and sauce. Add the Tabasco sauce, honey, and molasses and let simmer for about five minutes and then add the spices. Then let simmer for about 20 minutes, taste and add whatever spices you think it might need. A tip for a spicy barbeque sauce is to add more cayenne pepper and Tabasco sauce.

Step 3: Let the finished sauce cool and pass it rough a strainer or colander and refrigerate for up to a month. A small tip to add an outdoor grilling taste to the barbeque sauce is to put a few drops of liquid smoke in the mixture. Then you have Goshen’s southern barbeque sauce.

While passionate about psychology. With TRCB, he is one of the original Subject Matter Experts (SME), Author of upcoming book Naturally Good Cooking. For more please visit www.MichaelGoshen.com

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