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    Apple-Q sauce

    About two years ago I got the idea to mix applesauce and bar-b-q sauce together. Sweetens up the taste of the sauce.

    So far I've baked chicken and boneless pork ribs with it and usually get good reviews.

    Just use a mixing bowl, put in applesauce and start adding bar-b-q sauce until you get a mix you like. The key is you make it to your taste as the cook. Never fail to ask a few people around you what they think before you bake with it.

    The best it ever turned out for us was baking boneless chicken breasts in the mix for a while then "pulling" the chicken to make sandwiches.

    It won't be a think sauce like you might be used to, turns out more like a marinade, but in my opinion it is damn good. I imagine using a crock pot and throwing some 'lil' smokies into this would be damn good as well.
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    oh..yum..that actually sounds pretty good..thank you


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    Forgot to mention we usually use Sweet Baby Ray's Original Barbecue sauce and Giant Eagle Applesauce. Don't need to get fancy with the applesauce.
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    Apple sauce and BBQ, never would have thought to put those 2 together on my own but it does seem logical in a weird sorta way

    Thanks Dom, I have some chicken in the freezer now that maybe I'll start to thaw so I can make this!

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    If you bake it, most of the mixture becomes liquid in the bowl. I think that's why the pulled chicken sandwiches turned out the best, because it just soaked into the chicken and became really juicy.
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    It's very good, so easy to make and takes the bite out of the regular BBQ just enough to really give it a good, sweet, flavor. I tinkered with how much apple sauce to add, trying it regularly till I found a mixture I liked.

    Good stuff man!

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    very intersting! i am gonna have to try this! thanks for the idea

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