Dinosaur Bar-B-Que – Sensuous Slathering Bar-B-Que Sauce

by Hot Juan on June 25, 2011 · 0 comments

in Bar-B-Que, Product Reviews

Why does all the best BBQ sauce come from the USA, I think it because they have real BBQ, a slow cooking process, where they use lower temperatures (200F approx 95C) for long periods measured in hours not the minutes we use here. A typical UK BBQ is cooking directly over hot charcoal, and it not really BBQ at all more outdoor grilling.

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que - Sensuous Slathering BBQ Sauce

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que - Sensuous Slathering BBQ Sauce

So why does this produce better BBQ sauce, well they do not use the BBQ sauce as a cooking sauce, but add it in the last few minutes of cooking or just before serving. In the UK you find BBQ sauces full of sugar coated over pork in trays in the supermarkets.

There is nothing wrong with grilling, burgers and chicken drumsticks taste much better grilled over hot coals. The fat drips on the coals, burns and flavours the meat.

On opening the bottle there is that reassuring pop that is has been sealed when hot, the smell is almost perfect BBQ, Tomatoes, Vinegar, Molasses waft from the bottle carried by a little smoke…  This sauce is not the thick sticky sugary muck  that we find called BBQ sauce in squishy bottles our supermarkets.

Ingredients: Crushed Tomatoes, Vinegar, Sugar, Mustard (Mustard Flour, Vinegar, Salt), Spices, Brown Sugar, Salt, Molasses, Xanthan Gum (Natural Food Fibre), Natural Smoke Flavour, Onion, Garlic, Green Bell Pepper, Lemon Oil, Spices Extractives.

Jar kindly provided by www.hot-headz.com

Slap this on some slow cooked pork (pulled pork) and I am in heaven, there is a little warmth from the spices, but this is not designed to be hot, they have another one for that. The sauce is much thinner consistency that you may expect, but it does not lack flavour, the initial flavour is from the vinegar and tomatoes and then mustard and molasses, the smoke flavour is subtle enough for UK tastes, while it has a initial vinegar taste, this is much less noticeable when used as intended and not swigged straight from the bottle.

You get a good sized 539g bottle for you £3.99 that should last a few BBQ’s if you can keep from using it as a dip for everything.  How would I use it.. on anything from the grill or BBQ


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