Basting Sauce

  • 1 cup Jack Miller's Bar-B-Que Sauce
  • 1/3 cup cooking oil, butter, or margarine
  • 2 or 3 dashes of Louisiana hot sauce
  • 2 or 3 dashes of Worcestershire sauce
Cooking Instructions:

Heat all ingredients in a saucepan at a low heat setting. After heating for a few minutes the added oil will absorb the flavor and seasonings in the barbecue sauce. As it cools the oil will rise to the top. This is what you want to use to baste the meat that's cooking on your barbecue pit. As you baste with the oil it will keep the meat moist while cooking. The excess will pass through the meat and burn away. The flavor and seasoning will stay in the meat. When the meat is cooked you can place it in a container and baste well with the thick sauce that's left in the sauce pot. If you put a tight lid on the container the sauce will absorb into the hot meat and give it an unforgettable flavor. You may substitute 7-Up, Sprite, ginger ale, or even orange juice in place of oil if you barbecue in your oven.

In June of 1941, Jack Miller opened the original America’s Inn Restaurant in Ville Platte, Louisiana. It was here that Jack Miller’s Bar-B-Que Sauce was developed for customers. More...

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