Recipe for Dirty New Orleans Voodoo BBQ Sauce

Recipe for Dirty New Orleans Voodoo BBQ Sauce

This sauce is dirty, down and dirty, which means we got to the bottom of things and found out what a sauce should be. In New Orleans, people may move slowly, but no one has time to play around or do anything else.

Those things that we add to our food now aren’t dirty at all, but they’re so bad that they’re not even good for us. If our bodies aren’t in even worse shape because of GMOs, high-fracking-toes corn syrup, and pesticides, it’s a wonder. In a few years, I had to make some very hard changes to how I ate and what I put in my body. My decisions were made with the help of science, logic, and spirit, like most good ones.

It’s a Secret!

All of us have our own recipes for BBQ sauce, and family honor has been lost and won on this type of warground. Everyone I know has used everything from Chai tea to Coca Cola in their “secret recipes.” In the southern part of the United States, BBQ sauce is almost a religion. Yet when I look at my store shelves, my eyes start to tear up, not because of the sauce’s heat. The selections at the supermarket are both pitiful and quite a lot. Most of the big brands are in Chicago or St. Louis, but that doesn’t mean they can’t make BBQ sauce there. It isn’t the kind of thing that people talk about. I don’t mind that the ingredient lists are as long as my arm, but I can’t even pronounce half of the chemicals on them. Making your own sauce may take a few minutes, but it’s worth it for the taste and health benefits that come with it.

The recipe for Dirty Voodoo Barbecue Sauce .

  • 1 cup tomato sauce (organic)
    1 organic tomato paste, 6 oz.
    2 tablespoons honey
    2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
    1 tablespoon of Coconut Aminos or Soy Sauce
    1 tablespoon coconut oil
    1 diced red onion
    2 minced garlic cloves
    2 tbsp. minced fresh parsley
    1 tbsp. minced fresh basil
    1 teaspoon onion powder
    1 teaspoon garlic powder
    1 tablespoon Chipotle Chili powder
    14 tsp cinnamon, 2 tsp paprika
    1 teaspoon liquid smoke (optional).
    Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Over low heat, melt coconut oil in a saucepan with a lid. Add onions and cook them until they start to turn brown. This is when they’re done. Add the garlic to the pan. When the garlic starts to brown, add tomato sauce, tomato paste, honey, vinegar, coconut aminos, or soy sauce to the pan, and mix well. Simmer over low heat for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the sauce is thick and creamy. Then, add the rest of the ingredients. Another 20–30 minutes: Keep stirring and make sure the mixture doesn’t boil. Keep cooking for another 20-30 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. On everything from ribs to chicken, you can have some tasty dirty Voodoan mojo.

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