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Jim's Jack Sauce

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Jim Slotterback
Jim Slotterback Posts: 2
edited November -1 in Sauces, Rubs, Marinades

Ingredients

• &#189 Cup cider vinegar• 3 tspgarlic powder
• &#189 Cup brown sugar• 1 tspgarlic salt
• 1 Cup Jack Daniels• 1 tspcrushed red pepper
• 1 Cup French"s Mustard• 1 tspcayenne
• 1 Cup molasses • 1 tspblack pepper
• &#188 Cup worcestershire • 1 med. bottle of Heinz ketchup
• 3 Tbs soy sauce
• 2 Tbs lemon juice

Instructions

Mix ingredients in saucepan and simmer until desired consistency.

If you use both cayenne and crushed red pepper it will be on the warm side for most palates, but if you like the bite, go for it!

Notes

Number of Servings:

Time to Prepare:

Comments

  • Theophan
    Theophan Posts: 2,654
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    I stumbled across this old recipe above from 2005 while looking for something else, haven't made it, yet, but in case anyone else is interested, I "translated" the ASCII codes above into what was intended:

    1/2 cup cider vinegar
    3 tsp garlic powder 
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    1 tsp garlic salt
    1 cup Jack Daniels
    1 tsp crushed red pepper 
    1 cup French's Mustard
    1 tsp cayenne 
    1 cup molasses
    1 tsp black pepper 
    1/4 cup Worcestershire
    1 med. bottle of Heinz ketchup 
    3 Tbs soy sauce 
    2 Tbs lemon juice 

    Looks like it might be good -- I may try it sometime.
  • Legume
    Legume Posts: 14,643
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    Looks like Jim posted his recipe and quickly disappeared.

    Any idea how many oz a medium bottle of Heinz ketchup was in 2005?
  • bgebrent
    bgebrent Posts: 19,636
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    Sauce may have been lethal ;)
    Sandy Springs & Dawsonville Ga
  • Photo Egg
    Photo Egg Posts: 12,110
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    Theophan said:
    I stumbled across this old recipe above from 2005 while looking for something else, haven't made it, yet, but in case anyone else is interested, I "translated" the ASCII codes above into what was intended:

    1/2 cup cider vinegar
    3 tsp garlic powder 
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    1 tsp garlic salt
    1 cup Jack Daniels
    1 tsp crushed red pepper 
    1 cup French's Mustard
    1 tsp cayenne 
    1 cup molasses
    1 tsp black pepper 
    1/4 cup Worcestershire
    1 med. bottle of Heinz ketchup 
    3 Tbs soy sauce 
    2 Tbs lemon juice 

    Looks like it might be good -- I may try it sometime.
    Glaze, mopping sauce?
    What was it's intended use?
    Looks very good.
    Thank you,
    Darian

    Galveston Texas
  • Theophan
    Theophan Posts: 2,654
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    Photo Egg said:
    Glaze, mopping sauce?
    What was it's intended use?
    Looks very good.
    Looks like a glaze or even a sauce for the table.  In this thread, it said, "As Jim kindly pointed out, his sauce is a finisher, not a marinade."  And in this thread, it said, to someone who was going to use it as a marinade, "I have only used my sauce as a finisher, not as a marinade, ... One word of caution, though. The sauce has a fair amount of sugar in it. That means it will scorch very easily. I think you are going to have to keep the heat down pretty low to avoid scorching and even then it will be a challenge. Good luck and keep us posted."

    Legume said:
    Looks like Jim posted his recipe and quickly disappeared.

    Any idea how many oz a medium bottle of Heinz ketchup was in 2005?
    bgebrent said:
    Sauce may have been lethal ;)
    I noticed that there were posts referring to @JSlot and "his" "Jim's Jack Sauce," and then I looked again at the name of the guy who posted the sauce, and it's @Jim Slotterback so I think JSlot and Jim Slotterback must be the same guy.  I followed @JSlot's instructions the first time I smoked ribs (I forget what they were).