These sauces are typically apple cider vinegar and pepper based, as apposed to
mustard or tomato based sauces which are more popular in areas like South Carolina
You can use these vinegar based bbq sauces as a marinade. Just cover and soak the meat in them to add flavor and tenderize before cooking.
They can also be applied during cooking but only during the last hour of cooking so as not to burn the sugar ingredients in them.
Or if you prefer, you can just add these sauces directly to the meat once it's cooked. It's best to warm up the vinegar sauce first before applying, so that you don't cool down the piping hot meat.
So next time you're barbequing, try out one or all three of these typical, mouth watering vinegar barbeque sauce recipes, one hot, one milder and one sweet.
And don't forget, you can experiment with the amount and type of bbq ingredients and discover what works best for you.
Vinegar based bbq Sauce #1 (Hot)
Vinegar based bbq Sauce #2 (Milder)
Vinegar based bbq Sauce #3 (Sweet)
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