Doctored KC Style

by Jonathan
(Kansas City)

Taste, taste, taste. That's the measure of what makes BBQ sauce great.

Most Kansas City styles of BBQ sauce are just a little bit too sweet for me. I prefer some spiciness to them. So, what I do, is doctor up a KC sauce.

I start with some KC Masterpiece, and add Worcestershire, Tabasco, chili powder and vinegar. That thins it down, cuts some of the sweetness, and boosts the heat.

I guess by doing that, though, it isn't really a KC style anymore. It might be closer to a St. Louis style, I guess. I'm not exactly sure of what the style is, but I like it.

Because I like it so well, it goes with almost anything. I use it as a finishing sauce on chicken, pork, seafood, steaks, and burgers.

It's also quick and easy to make. Just add the few extra ingredients, stir it up, and it's ready to go. I taste it after that to see if it needs anything else.

I think it's great! I may have changed the style, though. But that's why I call it a doctored KC style.

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Sep 30, 2015
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Jul 06, 2010
Back the truck up, Gus.
by: Anonymous #2

Lighten up Anonymous.

Think of it as a Secret Ingredient. If the recipe is not revealed to you, or other critics, then you don't even know what's in it. Do you?

It is different, unique, impossible to duplicate without the recipe, and worthy of being called YOUR recipe, no matter what the ingredients.

By your logic, you run the risk of being accused of being a cheater by having a simple sundae. That is, of course, unless you break out the eggs, milk, ice, rock salt, and a little kid to sit on the freezer while you crank it.

An ingredient is still an ingredient regardless of whether it is a simple raw ingredient or a complex mix of even 57 ingredients.

Where are you going to draw the line? Is it illegal to use ketchup? I guess brown sugar might be against the rules too.

Jul 16, 2009
mmmmmm kay
by: Anonymous

So you start YOUR bbq sauce with KC Masterpiece sauce... that isn't allowed. This is YOUR bbq sauce, not some dumbed down version or jazzed up HEINZ brand sauce. That's cheating... That's like a master baker saying he is going to make an incredible cake from 'scratch' and the first ingredient on the list is betty crocker cake mix, with some added sugar and lemon juice.

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