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Carolina-Style BBQ Sauce Recipe – Spicy Mustard Pepper Barbecue Sauce ctm magazine

Learn how to make a Carolina-Style BBQ Sauce Recipe! Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2011/07/north-south-east-west-carolina-style.html for the ingredients! Plus, more info and over 550 additional original video recipes. I hope you enjoy this Carolina-Style BBQ Sauce Recipe!



  • alex vee on December 15, 2012

    Hey chef John, stupid question, but interesting. What do you think of substituting apple vinegar with balsamic vinegar?

  • Product933 on July 21, 2013

    I love vinegar based bbq sauces

  • elGroomez on August 14, 2013

    you may or may not see this but I make mustard bbq sauce quite a bit with vinegar. We use apple cider vinegar or sometimes white vinegar with our sauces. I think balsamic might be a bit too sharp for most tastes but give it a shot. I think it would be good in a ketchup based bbq sauce.

    source: I'm from the carolinas

  • aGeorgeDivided on August 22, 2013

    I always seem to do this

  • Oralia Juarez on September 14, 2013

    Oh dios necesito probar ESA chuleta !

  • Gerald Abraham on November 23, 2013


  • TheCynicalDouche on February 14, 2014

    Your shit is fucked up. This video will NOT go full screen… very strange since the thousands of other videos I watch all do.

  • ViserableVegan on August 21, 2014

    John…. I just made the molasses brined pork chops and a modified version of this sauce for dinner, and it is AMAZING. For anyone who doesn't have apples or apple cider vinegar on hand, this sauce is still amazing with yellow mustard, brown sugar, molasses and lots of black pepper. So Good!!

  • Brian Ferrell on October 30, 2014

    I'm from Red  Oak, NC, Eastern NC and this ain't "OUR" bbq sauce. For 1 million dollars, I'll give you the recipe for eastern NC bbq sauce. Until then, keep tryin'. You are close with your recipe, but only close. You are cookin chops, not NC bbq/pulled pork. Still love your vids!

  • ThatsNotGravy on July 3, 2015

    Made a triple batch of this for the first time last night…granny smith apples…used about 3rd less red pepper flakes…when all was said and done, I added about 3 tablespoons of white sugar which took the acidic edge off. After overnight in the fridge it is f-ing amazing.  4th of July BBQ, here I come!  Thanks Chef John!

  • Luis Rojas on January 20, 2016

    I want this. I wonder if you marinate the pork chop over night in that sauce. Will it be too spicy?

  • Substantial_Z on February 6, 2016

    To people who:

    A.) Never been to an authentic NC barbeque joint


    B.) Never grew up in NC …

    You'd think this barbeque sauce is legit. This is reminiscent of the line of regional barbeque sauces Kraft put out a few years ago.

  • bohnstube on February 21, 2016

    Just made this to sauce the pulled pork that I made from braising a fresh pork shoulder roast in a dutch oven for 4 hours. It turned out magnificently. Great as a change from "two-note" cloyingly sweet and overly smoky tomato-based BBQ sauces!

  • Rick R on August 25, 2016

    That's sort of South Carolina BBQ except for the apples.

  • Kountry Tiger on March 29, 2017

    ha ha ha i am from south carolina i don't know where you got this from never seen applws in anyones sauce

  • Christian Stiltner on April 3, 2017

    Chef, you should revisit this sauce.

  • Rob _ on April 3, 2017

    it's style you a-holes, not what you will see at every place you eat at, besides if the shit you visit is so legit, then why are you checking out food wishes for recipes.

  • ふじわら明菜 on December 18, 2017

    Why bother mashing the apples if you have to blend it at the end? SMH!😧

  • RetroTechToybox on January 22, 2018

    I'm glad you didn't use the freakishly small wooden spoon in this video, that thing creeps me out.

  • Anders Apelgren on July 7, 2018

    This sauce is one of the top I have tried, I took a little less on the chili flakes but that sauce is great for pork. Love it

  • Ryan Fink on November 20, 2018

    I love you chef John but you did a wrong from step number one. That's a big no-no on the Apples…BUT I gotta say I commend you for trying and I bet this is absolutely delicious. Thank you for always doing you best and uploading these recipes for everyone to see

  • SuperTugz on May 13, 2020

    Fun fact: mustard base is specifically a SOUTH Carolina sauce.

  • Lawrence Taylor on February 15, 2021

    What part of the State of Carolina are you talking about? East or West?

  • outNtheshawnee on March 25, 2021

    There’s a store bought sauce I really like called Mustard on my Mind, I feel as this would be close too it in taste. Nice work, love mustard.

  • Jeniferbfly on June 28, 2021

    This is more from South Carolina. They add mustard to everything. Including their BBQ which is unusual but a crime in NC.

  • Lisa Gallegos on July 2, 2021

    Can I leave out the apples for a Keto sauce? I think it would still be delicious.

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