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A mop sauce is used to add moisture and flavor to your meat when you barbecue. This is my general purpose go-to mop. It's a little spicy with a good punch from the vinegar. It works very well on barbecue pork and barbecue ribs. Of course you can use it on whatever you think would benefit from it's flavor profile.
If you want to know more about these barbecue basting sauces, and whether or not you need one, check out my barbecue mops page.
A few things you should know about using mops for barbecue:
Combine all ingredients in a medium, non reactive, saucepan.
Heat over medium to medium low heat. Stir occasionally until the salt and sugar are dissolved.
You can put any leftover mop in the refrigerator, in a covered, non-reactive container and use it for your next barbecue.
Because of the high acid content, (the vinegar in this recipe), this sauce will keep in the fridge for many months.
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