Wednesday, October 01, 2008

McBBQ Sauce

Most people dig the fries at McDonalds; me, I dig the barbecue sauce. For a while I thought it was a queer obsession until I realised I was not alone (See here). Attempts to replicate the sauce called for the mixture of two specific sauces, which means you can't do it outside of the US. So I decided to do some trial and error and come up with a decent facsimile using everyday raw ingredients.

McDonald's Barbecue Sauce, version n.
3 tbsp ketchup
2 tsp soy
1 1/2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp worster
4 tbsp sugar

1. Whisk all there ingredients together. Use as a dip for nuggets or some fried chicken.

(No cost breakdown for this - it's cobbled from ingredients that I already had in my pantry)

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Agagooga said...

"See here and here" is broken

Agagooga said...

Do you do requests?

What I REALLY want to know is how to make Curly Fries.

All the recipes online call for frozen curly fries :(

noelbynature said...

eh. yah lah, i forgot to add the links. i'll do it once i get back to a proper computer again (in about 10 days)

Curly Fries? Heh. Got no recipe for that. they're terribly inefficient to make and cook!

Agagooga said...

Well, can make curly fries straight right. The taste is what I want...

Find a spice mix!