Peaches 'n cream bbq sauce
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Peaches 'n cream bbq sauce
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:48:58 AM. Recipe ID 10237. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Peaches 'n cream bbq sauce
 Categories: Bbq sauces
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      2 tb Butter
      1 ea Small onion, grated
      2 tb Dark brown sugar
      1 ts Ground cloves
      1 ts Ground cayenne pepper
      1 ea 16 oz can sliced peaches in
           -heavy syrup
    1/2 c  Bailey's Irish Cream
    1/2 c  Chopped bread and butter
           -pickles
 
  Many a good barbeque sauce is based on fruit nowadays. Since in fact,
  botanically speaking, a tomato is a fruit, I suppose one could argue
  that fruit is the most common constituent of any barbeque sauce.
  Still, one based on peaches might seem to be asking a lot of taste
  buds primed to mediate the hot, spicy flavors of a grill. In
  actuality, it provides a soothing contrast to them.
  
  Melt the butter in a small stainless steel or flameproof ceramic
  saucepan set over low heat.  Add the onion, and saute until golden.
  Stir in the brown sugar, cloves, and cayenne pepper, mixing well.
  Drain the peaches, reserving the syrup. Cut the slices in half and
  add them to the saucepan. Lightly blend in first the Bailey's Irish
  Cream then the pickles. Simmer, stirring gently occasionally for 20
  minutes, or until the sauce thickens nicely.  Chill before serving.
  This entire sauce may be blenderized to give it a smooth consistency..
  




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Recipe ID 10237 (Apr 03, 2005)

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