Stockpile Double Agent series- BBQ sauce

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This time of year, those of us that stockpile get overwhelmed with the amount of BBQ sauce we attain. Sometimes we get scared of stocking up because you have to think about how you’re gonna use up all of it! Well, I think I have a few ideas:

Add green onions, soy sauce and ground ginger to make it into an Asian sauce. This is too yummy on barbecued chicken wings or breasts.

Add canned tomato sauce, a bay leaf and shredded beef to a bottle of your favorite sauce and 2 cups of water. Instant BBQ soup! This will be a great recipe addition in the winter, when you miss that barbecue taste but don’t want to go out in the cold to grill. You can also use cubed chicken or leftover ground beef instead of the shredded beef.

Last but not least, make slow cooker BBQ baked beans! Wanna know how? Click here to see the recipe.

Do you do anything different with your BBQ sauce besides basting and using as a dipping sauce?

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  1. 7.1.09
    Lucky said:

    I use it to make pulled pork — throw a large piece of pork in your slow cooker with a bottle of BBQ sauce, 1 C water and a chopped onion. Cook on low for 10 hours. You don’t eat pork though right? This would probably work with chicken too, but you’d have to cook it less.

  2. 7.1.09
    Amiyrah said:

    I do that too, Lucky, with chicken. I was looking for ideas other than using it for cooking meat.

    The 3 that I put up were the only thing I could come up with lol.

  3. 7.1.09
    Precious said:

    I use it on pizza instead of tomato sauce and then top with onions, diced chicken and cheese.

    Mix a bottle up with leftover diced chicken and serve it over pasta.

  4. 7.1.09

    I like to toss in a generous portion into chili – it’s a great way to use up what’s left in the bottle and make more room in the fridge.
    You can also do wraps with it, though that’s using meat – not too creative – I admit, but it works.
    My last idea: add it to mac ‘n’ cheese with 1/2 lb. ground turkey/beef – instant hamburger helper.

  5. 7.1.09
    Debtfreemommy said:

    I do a similar recipt to Lucky but I use chicken legs and make chicken pull bbq

  6. 7.2.09

    I’m glad that I’ve used some restraint and actually only have 6 bottles of BBQ sauce in the pantry and one open bottle in the fridge! I used to mix ketchup, yellow mustard and brown sugar to go on top of my meatloaf- now I just pour some of the BBQ sauce on top of it and it tastes the same- if not better since the BBQ sauce adds a little smokey flavor to the meatloaf! The Asian marinade sounds like it would be good with boneless pork chops- hmm….do I hear grilled Asian Pork Chops on the menu for next week? HA!

  7. 7.5.09
    nidena said:

    I use bbq sauce in my hamburgers…along with ketchup, minute rice, garlic salt, minced onion, salt/pepper, and an egg. My hamburgers can also double as a meatloaf. I just cook it in a loaf pan rather than smacking them into patties.

  8. 9.9.09
    Anonymous said:

    I love your double agent series! Keep up the great job. I had some suggestions for future items that you could possibly do. Could you include toothpaste, conditioner, lotions, soap, in your future posts. Thanks!

  9. 9.9.09
    Amiyrah said:

    Hi anonymous!

    If you click the label on the bottom right that says “stockpile double agent series” you will see the other items I have done. They do include toothpaste and soap. Also, if you search for my spa day at home post, you can see what I do with household items to create a spa day right in your own house. This is a great way to use up lotions and conditioner(use as a shaving cream!).

    Thanks for your comment!