From before the kick off to grilling season until the rains come in November you’ll find us grilling. As a matter of fact there have been a few times when it’s rained and that didn’t stop us from grilling just to try new a grilling recipes. Yes, we love grilling that much. Today I am sharing a new homemade barbecue sauce recipe I slathered on some grilled steak and served up Texas style with a Corn Salsa!
These recipes will have you rearing your heads and heading to the store in no time flat like a wild horse you’ll be grabbing your supplies such as Cattleman’s Finest Steak and La Romanella sauces not to mention a few other items to make this easy grilling recipe.
You’ll love this homemade barbecue sauce recipe. Perfect for anytime you want a homemade BBQ sauce for any of your grilling recipes. Picking out the cut of meat is easy if you have any questions about cuts just ask your local butcher. I love salsas and decided to complete my barbecue with a corn salsa. Be sure to subscribe or follow on Facebook so you won’t miss that recipe!
Grilled Recipe: Steak with Homemade Barbecue Sauce and Corn Salsa
Making barbecue sauce is much easier than you think! It only takes about 10 minutes prep and about 15 minutes or so of cooking time. I think a good barbecue sauce is key to giving your meat a finish that is not only savory but, with this recipe adds a little sweet and mild spiciness to it.
Love the heat and fire? No problem just add spices like cayenne and the seeds from your chopped jalapenos. You won’t have to be saying come on baby light my fire that’s for sure!
Here’s a tip for grilling don’t add the sauce until almost done. Then like above slather um up! Yes, I made my steak well done while the other half likes it rare. No photos of his steak! Can you guess why?
I’m calling my recipe Texas Style Barbecue Sauce not, because I’m from Texas but, because my grandma was and they throw down some awesome barbecues! When I think of grilling recipes it’s marinades and sauces that really make the difference to me. For a long time I’ve been wanting to mix up a new homemade batch barbecue sauce like my grandma used to make. You can thank #CollectiveBias for picking me to share my recipe with you today.
Here’s what you need for the Best Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipe:
Grilled Recipe: Steak Corn Salsa And The Best Homemade BBQ Sauce #Recipe
Easy to make barbecue sauce for grilling your steak plus options for corn salsa or southwest chopped salad with corn. Enjoy these good eats anytime you are going to barbecue.
- Best Homemade BBQ Sauce - Texas Style Barbecue Sauce
- 1- 1/2 cups brown sugar
- 1-1/2 cups ketchup
- 1/2 cup red wine vinegar
- 1 /2 cup water Add slowly to desired thickness. You may not want entire half cup.
- 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1 Garlic Clove crushed
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1/4 tsp. paprika or more to taste
- Corn Salsa See recipe notes for recipe
Mix ingredients in a bowl, pour in a small container or mason jar to use.
Season with salt, pepper, paprika to taste.
Add finely minced onion or crushed garlic.
Add to meat when grilling.
DO NOT reuse the barbecue sauce that touches the meat during grilling. Make a second batch if you want more for slathering your meat after cooking.
Do you have a local Smart & Final store nearby? If you do #ChooseSmart because you can gather all your grilling supplies, meats, veggies down to the pastry brushes or canning jars and even the La Romanella, Cattleman’s Finest Meats and First Street products in one convenient store! That’s what I did!
If you are near a Smart & Final they are having a Gas BBQ Grill Giveaway. Customers are eligible to win by buying Cattleman’s Finest meat and entering the code from their receipt onto the website. There will also be a Facebook contest, where you can vote. They have a coupon that is good for (1) FREE First Street Barbecue Sauce 18-oz. with the purchase of any Cattleman’s Finest item. Perfect for you want to be Grill Masters!
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- Find more recipes here: Smart & Final Social Circular
Do you like your barbecue sauce sweet, spicy or mild?