Have you ever played BBQ sauce roulette? Well you should try it. Fill up your pantry with some sauces and pull 3 out at random everytime you pull some meat off the grill. Here are some sauces you should try. It’s a quick and dirty little trick when just griling some steaks with the boys and don’t wanna waste time preparing things.
This is my favorite sauce and let’s make it clear, this is not for everyone. It will burn your tongue off.
Bibigo Hot & Spicy Korean bbq marinade and cooking sauce
If you love Korrean style barbecue you will love this fruity, spicy and savory blend. At least it’s cheaper than travelling all the way across the globe.
Big & Tangy
Carolina style apple cider BBQ sauce made in San Diego.
Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q
The white sheep in the line-up coming from Alabama. The mix of horse-radish, lemon, white vinegar is about as subtle as anything made in Alabama.
Bit Butz Original BBQ sauce
Ripe tomatoes, baked red peppers, and molasses come together in this mild and tangy sweet sauce from Wisconsin.
Another thick sauce for your baby back ribs. Taste that cinamony goodness.
Bone Suckin’ Sauce
The perfect blend of sweet and sour, one of the best North Carolina has to offer
This is the sauce you give people when you don’t know their tastes. Great blend of spicy, smoky and sweet.
Cattlement’s Master’s Reserve Carolina Tangy Gold
Sweet and mild, a perfect introduction into the mustard-style Carolina sauces. My kids love this one.
Fire in the Hive
If you’re looking for savory heat, Cahoots Catering is delivering it with this chipotle and jalapeno mix.
Head Country Original
The best selling sauce in Oklahoma since 1947, but you probably tried it already.
Hunt’s Original BBQ Sauce
Despite being behind the ketchup company that isn’t Heinz, I prefer this over Heinz.
Heinz Memphis Style Sweet and Spicy
This is not a Heinz, this is made by pit bosses and it shows, full of flavor and it has a charm of it’s own.
KC Masterpiece Original
The Best of Kansas City, bolt, thick and rich…the taste just lingers and combines with the savory meat giving you the full mid western package.
Momofuku Hot Korean Ssam
Made out of fermented red chili paste, this Korean sauce will blow you out of the water, especially if you like North Carolina barbecue.
Pappy’s Moonshine Madness
This is a hot blend for all my culinary masochists, prepare for a burn with a sweet barbecue finish.
Pork Barrel Sweet
40 ingredients come into this spicy fresh pork sauce. It’s worth tasting.
Roasted Garlic Honey
Dinosaur is funded by three bikers in Syracuse, New York. That grunge can be felt in this savory homemade sauce.
Simple Girl Carolina
Great low sugar, low carb smoky sweet alternative, goes great with beef.
Stonewall Kitchen Roasted Peach Whiskey
Roasted peach and whiskey make this one of the most savory sauces on the market, perfect for your pulled pork dinner.
Made by an original barbecue master, they promote it as a sauce not having high fructose corn syrup. It’s fresh, tangy and savory.
Sweet Baby Ray’s Original
This is the sauce that put Hawaiian BBQ sauces on the map and for good reason…so thick and so sweet.
Sweet Life BBQ Sauce
Amazing fruity flavor, but it’s made in small batches in Sorrento so good luck getting your hands on a jar.
The Salt Lick Lauren’s Spicy Recipe
The perfect sauce for a good set of ribs. Mildly spicy but full of flavor.