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Original Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce - 18 oz
Original Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce - 18 oz
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Award Winning Barbecue Sauce
Large 18 oz Squeezable Bottle
The Sauce Is The Boss
Brush on Meat during the last 15 minutes of barbeuing or broiling.
Fat Free Sweet & Tangy
Whatever your taste, whatever you?re craving, Sweet Baby Ray?s award-winning BBQ sauce makes it taste better. The taste is thick and sweet with a kick. Fans say it?s the best damn sauce they?ve ever had. But don?t take their word for it, pop a cap for yourself and pour it on thick.
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|Product Weight:||1.25 pounds|
|Package Length:||6.9 inches|
|Package Width:||3.7 inches|
|Package Height:||2.3 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.25 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 11 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 11 customer reviews )
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7 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Mouthwatering Delicious! Apr 12, 2011
By Book Flame
I was out grocery shopping yesterday and for the first time I saw this sauce. I usually don't try new things but since it was only a little under $3 where I was shopping I decided to pick it up and I am so glad I did. It is by far hands down the best BBQ sauce I have ever tasted in my 25 years of existence. My husband also says this is the best he has ever tasted and thought it was made in the south because of the flavor. For a non-homemade sauce this is the best there is. Honestly it's hard to tell that it is even factory made. The creators who from what I read are a couple of Chicago natives definitely know what they are doing, and I am interested to try other products from them now as well.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Excellent BBQ sauce Jan 23, 2013
By Stephen M. Charme
We have tried lots of different BBQ sauces, but this is our favorite, and we use nothing else for salmon, chicken, and burgers. It is the perfect blend of sweet and tangy and makes everything we put it on taste great.
Shop for price. I buy this in an 80 oz size at my local Costco for five dollars.
3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Overpriced here! Jul 04, 2012
By David Smith
I love this sauce, however, it is vastly overpriced here. I bought the same size original sauce for 89 cents at Safeway.
4 of 6 found the following review helpful:
best sauce ever sold! Aug 12, 2009
By Beverly J. Cowling
With the exception of an old sauce made by Adam's Barbecue in Wichita, KS, which is no longer there, this is absolutely the best sauce I've ever eaten. It is, hands down, the best barbecue sauce on the market. I'm considered a pretty terrific cook, and have made a lot of barbecue in my years, so am pretty much an expert on this. The Hickory is my favorite, but whichever you choose, you can't go wrong.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
ONLY bottled sauce I'll buy and here's how I use it with ribs, chicken Jun 09, 2012
By K. Corn
When I have time, I make my own sauce. But that takes time and hours of simmering the sauce for the best flavor. I never thought I'd dare use a bottled sauce..
But Ray's is so delicious that I now reach for it most of the time, especially during grilling season. This sauce is yummy right out of the bottle. I pour it over ribs and chicken as they cook and as a basting sauce or topping for meatloaf. Plenty ask for my sauce recipe which has me wondering why I ever bother making the homemade...but I still like it too..even though the Ray.s gives it a run for the money.
As a strong believer in seasoning food as I cook, there are times when I've added a bit of honey or sugar to this sauce. If I have an urge for something spicier, I might add some red pepper or a touch of Tobasco. I err on the side of less rather than more when it comes to hot sauces.
My "never fail" rib cooking technique is not unique but took awhile for me to embrace.This was mainly because I like to try all sorts of cooking techniques- from slow cooker to using a smoker - before I settle on a favorite.
I'm still eager for new rib recipes and cooking techniques but for now the following recipe is both easy and satisfying for our family and friends:
1. For ribs, buy as many pounds as you usually need per person, the thicker the better. Allow for shrinkage while cooking so get a bit more if you son't cook ribs often or are new to this.
2. Boil the ribs for 2-3 hours ( go take a nap,or read a book or garden or something during this time). . If the ribs are thin, you can get by with less time, maybe even as little as an hour. Stop when they are tender but not falling off the bone. Trust me, they will be tender before you are done cooking them.
3. Pour sauce over them and cook at 325 until they literally fall off the bone or are fork tender.
Cover with foil if they start to get too brown on top. If you are aiming for something to use in sandwiches, pull the meat apart, mix with sauce and use with toasted hamburger buns or your bread of choice. I sauté some onions to throw on the buns too.
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