Yield: about 3 cups
A mix of ancho, poblano, and jalapeño chiles gives this sauce a big kick. It’s a hearty sauce, tailor made for the deep flavor of beef.
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We did not love this sauce. It worked okay with the smoky BBQ pork but we threw the rest out because we didn’t think we would like it on anything else that didn’t have the pork rub on it.
We found this to be a delicious sauce. Not typical of a BBQ sauce in our experience, but a good depth of flavor and delicious. We'll do again
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