Yield: Yields about 3 cups.
“Memphis style” used to mean vinegar and pepper, and then tomato and brown sugar found their way into the mix. This sauce has a more bitter bite than the Kansas City version. Try them side by side on barbecued chicken and see which you prefer.
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Delicious! I added about a half a cup of honey to sweeten it up a bit more.I boiled some chicken then pulled it into pieces. Made the sauce threw it together then put it in the oven for an hour and it was wooooonderful!!! Definitely recommend it for any food that needs a BBQ sauce.
This is the family favorite - a little spicy, a little sweet, good enough to eat with a spoon. We follow the "How to Grill Chicken Without Burning it" since it came out in 2000, and prefer the Memphis to the Kansas and Georgia sauces. Don't forget the spice rub for the chicken.
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