Through out the competitive barbeque season we meet a lot of people who create and sell barbeques sauces and rubs. Ms. Goofy has become good friends with Christine a certified barbeque judge. When Christine is not judging bbq she just so happens to sell Saucy Sally barbeque sauce manufactured by Spice Island of Auburn, California. Christine generously gifted us several bottles of her product. It did not take us long to break open the “Slow Hand Smoulderin Chipotle BBQ Sauce. This will be the perfect excuse to fire up the grill and smoker for beef ribs and bacon wrapped stuffed mushrooms. I chuckle and guffaw with that last sentence because; we need an excuse? Pull up an easy recliner and turn on some Monday night football because we are smokin.
I will spare you the ingredient list today and just say it is long. The aroma is of sweet smoky tomato’s with a faint hint of vinegar in the background. The sauce is dark red, thick, seed free and pours freely from the bottle. There is a slight heat from the chipotle peppers. It is a mild fire that will not require a fire hose to put out. This sauce is sweet but is balanced with the rest of the ingredients. We added sauce on both of our ribs and stuffed mushrooms at the end of the cook and only for a brief moment on the fire to set the sauce. This sauce was just what the doctored ordered Saucy Sally sauce complimented and enhanced our beef ribs and bacon stuffed mushrooms with its sweet smoky tomato and pepper flavors. We would happily use Saucy Sally on any barbeque application. Thanks Christine, this sauce is a winner.
I like a nice thicker sauce with a little bit of bite. Nice looking mushrooms. just something else for the bucket list.
If they taste just half as good as they look, the ribs and shrooms were both delicious.
Three Dogs BBQ, Everybody wants me to make the mushroom appetizers now. It is not hard to make but takes time to prep.
Big Dude, They were good. You get lucky once in a while.
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