Eric’s Homemade BBQ Sauce

Hey, guys! This is Eric Theiss.

Do you hate cleaning up after you cook? Soaking and scrubbing pots & pans for hours?

I do.

That’s one of the many reasons I love my Copper Chef pan. Every piece of Copper Chef nonstick cookware is designed with advanced, Cerami-Tech Nonstick Technology.

What does that mean?

It means the food you cook never sticks to the pan. So your omelettes side right out of the pan. Even burnt cheese wipes away easily like it was never there.

When I’m cooking in the Copper Chef, I never have to use any added fat, butter, or lard. I can rest assured my family is eating healthy, mouthwatering meals.

And I don’t have to worry about throwing off any of my recipes with extra ingredients!

Today, I’m bringing you one of my favorite summer recipes: Mouthwatering BBQ Sauce.

This recipe comes out perfectly in the CopperChef nonstick pan. Why? It contains sugar, and sugar burns and sticks easily in regular, ordinary cookware pans.

Homemade BBQ sauce can become a kitchen disaster area.

But not in the Copper Chef pan.

This sauce slips right out of the pan with the perfect amount of sweetness and the perfect amount of smoke. With practically no clean up!

Just use it as you would any BBQ sauce: on chicken, ribs, burgers, etc. And if you like spice, remember to add the optional cayenne pepper!

 

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Eric’s Mouthwatering BBQ Sauce

Ingredients:

¾ cup ketchup

2 tbsp. brown sugar

1 tbsp. white wine vinegar

1 tablespoon Worcester sauce

2 teaspoons paprika

½ teaspoon cayenne pepper, optional

Directions:

  1. Heat the Copper Chef pan on the stovetop. Combine all ingredients in the pan.
  2. Stir occasionally until BBQ is heated and to desired consistency.

2 thoughts on “Eric’s Homemade BBQ Sauce

  1. Joe Pilar

    I have an induction-heated stovetop. Does the stainless steel “induction” bottom on the Copper Chef pan make usable on an Induction Stove?

    • copperchef

      Hi Joe, yes Copper Chef can be used on an induction stove!

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