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Being of Italian/Sicilian heritage it is no surprise that Italian food is my favorite. My second favorite food is barbeque. Any type of barbeque will do, ribs, pulled pork, brisket, all of it.
I got tired of "store bought" barbeque sauces not tasting quite to my liking. I also got tired of finding a barbeque sauce that I like, only to have it disappear from my grocer's shelves.
My goal was to make my own barbeque sauce out of "normal" ingredients; anything that could be found in a regular grocery store, anywhere in the world. It took me years of trying different recipes and modifying them to finally come up with this easy recipe. Please note that the Ancho chili powder is a must, don't substitute regular chili powder, it's to potent and takes over.
As you can see the ingredients are quite standard, and they just might be in your pantry now. After you make this barbeque sauce, let it sit in the refrigerator a day or so before using, it allows the flavors to blend together. It's actually better in about a week.
This sauce works as a dipping sauce, glazing sauce, or even in meat loaf. This sauce is a sweet thick style sauce as opposed to a thinner vinegar based sauce. With refrigeration, this sauce will last about a month or two. My batch of sauce runs out much sooner than a month!
This recipe was updated/modified 2/20/2020.
This sauce will store in the refrigerator for a month or two.