This sauce was delicious! I added some tomato paste and some more molasses because I might have added a little too much pepper. I made half the recipe and we still had plenty left. I would use this on pork also.
Kansas City Barbecue Sauce
ehellmich Posted: 08/24/09
Princess222 Posted: 06/02/10
Excellent Sauce! The only adjustment I made was to simmer a bit longer as we prefer a thicker sauce. This is our barbeque sauce of choice.
crusnock Posted: 12/16/09
This is now our go-to barbecue sauce. I don't keep celery seed or smoked salt in the house, so I omitted these and added 1/2 tsp of celery salt. I find that when I make smaller batches, it doesn't need anywhere near 25 minutes. This sauce is also great on pulled pork.
jennyr15375 Posted: 09/04/11
I love this recipe! I can't find smoked salt, so I use seasoned salt instead. This is my go-to bbq chicken recipe when we have cookouts.
Yael13 Posted: 06/09/12
I've been making this recipe for years. I keep coming back to it. I can't believe how easy it is, and it's so delicious. It's tangy and spicy, with just a hint of sweetness. Perfection! You also do not have to use it with meat. While it's great on chicken or pretty much any rib (beef or pork), it's also equally good on vegetarian "meats" such as tofu, tempeh, and seitan.