Made this to go with beer can chicken on the barbeque. I used my Rhubarb from my garden. The only tweeks I made was that I used a chipolte chili in adobo sauce, I used my own homemade ketchup and a half of a serrano pepper (left over from another dish). It was very very good. The only thing I would change would be the salt. I would make it 1 tsp - being that I do not use commercial ketchup, this recipe calls for a tad more salt. Delicious!!
Had to wait for rhubarb season but it was worth the wait! Made this for the recommended grilled chicken recipe but this sauce would also be great with pork. I did add 1 packet of Equal to sweeten it a little more and a bit more salt. DH loved it. What really made this a breeze to make was using my immersion blender - no transferring the sauce in batches to the blender! Will definitely make this again.
I thought this was really terrific. Great flavor, a little spicy, and something different to do with all our rhubarb. I used it on chicken and had enough left to use on a BBQed turkey breast. Highly recommend.
New favorite barbecue sauce. Bought rhubarb earlier, in season, and then blanched and froze some of it for later use. This is one of my favorite ways to use rhubarb, besides in strawberry-rhubarb pie! Served this sauce with grilled pork tenderloin, and some corn on the cob served with a squeeze of lime juice and a light dusting of smoked paprika. A simple meal, but worthy enough to serve to guests. This recipe was even a winner with those who said they were not fond of rhubarb.