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Where to buy BBQ sauce in Brussels

Saturday, 20 August 2011 15:29 by nico
For those who are wondering where to find good BBQ sauce around Brussels, here are some addresses: In most Carrefour supermarkets: HP Original (one of our favorites !) In the Carrefour Mont-Saint-Jean in Waterloo - Chaussée de Charleroi 579, 1410 Waterloo: HP Original the complete range of Jack Daniel’s sauces (whose I'm not really fond) Hunt’s Original (which is a typical KC Style sauce, very thick and sweet) On Mexigo.be or at their store - rue François Dons 47, 1050 Ixelles Bull’s Eye Original (one of our favorites !) Bull's Eye Texas (a spicy one) Stonemanor - rue Théophile Delbar 8/A, 1410 Waterloo HP Original HP Spicy the complete range of Jack Daniel’s sauces Reggae Reggae (a VERY spicy one) Tiptree Organic Total Gas Station - 254 Chausee de Waterloo, 1640 Rhode-Saint-Genese Bull's Eye Original Budweiser Barbecue Sauce Budweiser Smoked Barbecue Sauce Most of these sauces are mass-market sauces but they are worth buying. If you know any other place to find sauce in Brussels or Belgium, please tell ! UPDATE: Although it's not based in Brussels, you can order Sweet Baby Ray's, KC Masterpiece, Bull's Eye and Hunt's BBQ Sauces on Smokehouse.be
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Chicken BBQ Meatballs

Tuesday, 24 March 2009 06:16 by nico
If we’re not blogging a lot these days, it’s because we are trying new recipes with barbecue sauce ! Some are concluding, other aren’t, but we’ll share today’s recipe: chicken BBQ meatballs ! I’m used to cook meatballs with honey beer, the Barbãr from Lefebvre Brewery, but Marie doesn’t like that much, so I decided to use barbecue sauce instead Here’s what you need for approximately 11 meatballs: - 2 onions - 1kg of minced chicken - breadcrumbs - salt, pepper and herbs - flour - barbecue sauce ! (- worcestershire sauce) (- honey) Alternatively, you can use a beef/pork mix instead of chicken because the chicken is quite dry when cooked. 1. Mix the meat with some breadcrumbs, salt, pepper, herbs, and approx. 2 tablespoons of barbecue sauce suitable for cooking. We used the Heinz Spread & Bake because we were running out of Hunt’s. 2. Roll the meatballs with your hands, and wrap them with some flour so they will look like this: 3. Then start cooking: - Use a large and deep pan, add some olive oil in it and set the heat to the max. - Add 1/2 onion when the pan is hot - Add the meatballs. Turn them in the pan to cook them on each side until it looks a little bit grilled on the outside. - Low the heat and add the remaining onions. - Pour barbecue sauce (3 to 4 tablespoons) and cover the pan.  - Add 50-60 cl of water - Let the meatballs cook on the inside for 15 minutes.  And voilà ! You can also add some worcestershire sauce and a teaspoon of honey while it’s cooking to add an extra kick and some sweetness to the dish. Marie also cooked 2 meatballs with some extra Jack Daniel’s sauce to get a stronger taste. I think the result would have been better with Hunt’s barbecue sauce instead of Heinz Spread & Bake, but we were only able to add some of it while the meatballs were cooking because our bottle was nearly empty Anyway, feel free to pimp that open-source recipe, and we’ll keep you updated with any new version !
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Jack Daniel's Full Flavor Smokey

Friday, 27 February 2009 05:28 by nico and marie
Jack Daniels Full Flavor Smokey [More]
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