BBQ Sauce Recipes

How To Make Carolina Reaper BBQ Sauce | Recipe | DIY

How To Make Carolina Reaper BBQ Sauce | Recipe | DIY

Subscribe to my channel for more tips and recipes.

Dried Pods
Dried Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper® 6 Count

To Order A Custom Cutting Board and Receive 15% Off:
Or Enter Code: REALSHOW When Checking Out.

2 carolina reaper pepper dried pods
2 (29 ounce) cans tomato sauce
1 (20 ounce) can crushed pineapple in pineapple juice
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1 1⁄2 cups molasses
1 cup brown sugar
1⁄4 cup Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1 tablesppon black pepper
1 tablespoon sea salt
1 teaspoon ground mustard

Puree peppers and pineapple with juice in blender until smooth.
Combine all ingredients in medium sized stock pot.
Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low and simmer for 1.5-2 hours stirring occasionaly.
Once sauce has reached your desired thickness transfer to hot pint or 1/2 pint jars, leaving 1/2 inch headspace, secure lids and bands, process for 20 minutes in boiling water canning bath,.
Remove from canner and allow to cool overnight-transfer any jars that do not seal to refrigerator-sealed jars can be stored for up to a year in a cool dry area. If you choose not to process the jars cool on counter for about an hour then transfer to fridge(use within 1 month).

#carolinareaper #bbqsauce #diy
Facebook –
Instagram –
Roku – The Real Show BBQ
If you would like to help support my channel to keep it going please donate.

Original of the video here

BBQ Sause Recipes
BBQ Chicken Recipes
BBQ Pork Recipes
BBQ Beef Recipes
BBQ Turkey Recipes

Back to home page

Video Transcription

hey everybody welcome to the real showbarbecue today I’m going to show you howto make Carolina Reaper barbecue sauce a[Music]few of my subscribers have beenmessaging me and wanting me to make aCarolina Reaper barbecue sauce for sometime now I’ve kind of put it off becauseI’m not much of food or salsas beingreally really hot I like some spice butnot when it’s just overbearing so I’vecome up with something after doing someresearch online and kind of putting afew things together I think it’s areally good barbecue sauce you’re stillgonna have right much heat but I got alot of sweet in there it’s gonna kind ofhelp balance that out a little bitsavory as well so let’s go ahead and getstarted on this sauce we’re gonna startwith two Carolina Reaper dried pots I’llleave a link and you show more sectionbelow the video on how you can orderthese we’re gonna put these here and ourblender to this we’re gonna add a 20ounce can of crushed pineapple and whatwe want to do now is we want to blendthis very very well we just blended upand show you what we’re going to do nextokay we’ve got our pineapple and ourCarolina Reaper pods thoroughly blendedand I can tell you I smell it andthere’s plenty of heat in here to thisand I’ll be leaving all the informationbelow and your show more session we wantto add two cans of twenty nine ouncetomato sauce this is gonna make a prettybig batch of barbecue sauce I think youcould probably get it to about fivepints another can I miss using a Dutchoven I like to cook my sauces in thattoo this is one cup of light packedbrown sugarokay next we’ve got one and a half cupsof molasses and I’ve already got a cupof apple cider vinegar and this quartercup of Worcestershire sauce[Music]okay here are our dry ingredients whichis one tablespoon of garlic powder onetablespoon of black pepper 1 tablespoonof sea salt and I used Hawaiian sea saltI love it and then also one teaspoon ofground mush[Music]now we’re gonna thoroughly mix thistogether and what we’re going to do nowis once we get this done is put this onthe stove you want to bring it up to abowl and then immediately cut it down soyou can simmer it from anywhere to oneand a half hours to two hours justdepends on how much you want itconvinced also how thick you want it soI’m gonna shoot for about an hour hourand a half and then once it’s done I’llshow you what it looks like at that timewe finish the sauce just like a mediumthickness kind of got on just browncolor right off the bat and you cansmell that Carolina Reapers got adistinct smell to it you’re gonna giveit a try I’m gonna try just a little bitto see if I can handle it or not[Music]okay instant heat it’s not overpoweringokay now I’m getting it kind of on theback of my throat to me it’s a littlemore than a medium heat I would say Iguess the more you put on there the moreit would would like you up in otherwords but I don’t think it’soverpowering again I don’t like anythingthat’s really really hot to where Ican’t enjoy the flavor of the food Ithink this will complement ribs and I’llprobably doing some ribs Carolina Reaperbarbecue ribs give this a try again byputting the the pineapple and themolasses and the brown sugar in there itreally works well together to kind ofbring down that overpowering heat fromthe Carolina Reaper Carolina Reaper tome is not a very good flavor but withall these ingredients in there togetherit does help that you can taste it alittle bit but again it’s not bad at allgive it a try again and show you moresection below will be all theingredients you need again I cook minefor probably about an hour and a half ifyou want to cook it longer you can Ithink if you cook it longer it’s gonnamake the sauce thicker and it may makeit a little bit hotter you know give ita tryif you want to use more than two podsuse three whatever you think is gonnawork for you I would just give this atrysee what you think if your tolerance ishigher you know add more thank you guysfor being with us if you’re not asubscriber please continue to share thisout to everybody and subscribe if you’renot a subscriberwe’re on Facebook we’re on Instagram andof course YouTube until next time godbless

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *