Is the sauce boss? Does your food need a sauce? I started asking myself this the other day. We had few people over and I made some pulled pork. Generally, I leave the sauce on the side for people to use it as wanted. In this case, they were raving about how it didn’t need any sauce. I honestly didn’t know how to respond other than thank you. I don’t claim that I make the best food in the world. I just make food that I enjoy.
That got me thinking though, is it all about the sauce? Rachael gets visibility upset if she has to eat a steak without A1. Kids always gotta have ranch, because ranch is life, duh. We all have our own little OH MY GAWD condiments. No, mines not barbeque sauce, nor is this.
WARNING I HAVE NOT BEEN TO BIG BOB GIBSON’S OR ALABAMA.
I do enjoy a good white sauce with chicken or pork though. I personally started making it for a friend who has dairy and gluten issues. I’m pretty sure he either has the best diet, or the worst. All meat or no meat…. Just saying.
Alright, back on track, deep breaths, deep breaths.
White barbeque sauce is a tangy, zangy, sauce, with a little heat and creamy texture. It can be made in under 10 minutes, and is family friendly. Best of all, the ingredients are in your pantry or fridge already!
1 cup Mayo (I used veganaise)
¼ cup vinegar
1 Tbsp Creole Seasoning
1 tsp lemon juice
Prepared horseradish to taste about 2 tap for me.
1 clove minced garlic
Salt and pepper to taste
Combine all ingredients into medium bowl
Whisk to combine, adjust to your own personal taste
Bottle and enjoy!