Barbecue Sauce, A Quick Marinade Made From Ready Made Sauces
Barbecue Sauce, A Quick Marinade
This is an almost instant BBQ sauce. If you think about it, all these sauces that I have listed below, have been made by big companies, after a huge amount of research/experimentation and they are all popular for their individual flavours. So why not mix them to get an even more intense flavour?
This marinating sauce can be used with meat/poultry/seafood and even vegetables. It can also be added to stir-fried rice.
Enough for 2-4 single portions.
Edited March 2018
2-3 single servings/portions of fish/chicken/meat/prawns/vegetable portions
For the marinade:
1 tsp tomato ketchup
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp. Soya sauce
1 tsp. Maggi/other seasoning sauce
1 tbsp. English/American/French made mustard paste of choice
1 tsp. chilli/Tabasco sauce or any chilli sauce of choice, adjust amount to your taste
A sprinkle of freshly ground black pepper
A sprinkle of chilli flakes (optional)
You can add a little garlic salt or crushed garlic too.
Mix all sauce ingredients in a mixing bowl. Check if it tastes good. Adjust to taste by adding more of whatever you need.
Add fish/meat/chicken/vegetable pieces and mix well so that all the pieces are coated. Leave for a few hours.
Cook on a barbecue or under a hot grill or in an oven (450F or 225 C) or in a frying pan, turning once or twice until done on all sides.
Serve with a selection of boiled vegetables/roast or jacket potatoes/rice/salad or as part of a buffet.