I actually made this as a christmas gift for the friend mentioned above. But I had to know if it was alright before they received it. I brought the leftovers after bottling this sauce and let them taste it. The reaction was incredible! They loved it.
This sauce is natural and has very little in the way of preservatives. SO if you're going to use it, use it up in 2 weeks or less. You can freeze it, it freezes well. Or if you're using canning jars, as long as the lid is sealed (pops) when you pour the just finished sauce into it, you should be alright to keep it on a shelf. Just use it within 2 weeks after unsealing it.
This meal was so much fun. Granny and the husband had a grand and gourmet meal. Granny had a blast helping me set up for the photos that we took. I really enjoyed showing her what I do, not just telling her all about it. Try gourmet-ing up your favourite go to meals. Tell me how it goes.
But here is the Crock Pot version. Fantastic if you have no time and little in the way of ingredients. You can also substitute pork chops for chicken in this recipe and use all milk instead of water and milk.
I always splurge when I see ribs on sale. Unless we are on an über mission, I will get those ribs. We may not eat them today, or even tomorrow, but they will be delicious when I do.
Okay so you can guess that I found ribs on sale by now can you not? We have done the sweet sauces a lot. Pork and sweet, just a winning combination. But what about something with a little more kick. That's where Szechwan comes in. I didn't have quite the right ingredients for everything, but I made it work, and those ribs were delicious and spicy. They also came with a life lesson.
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