Mad about BBQ sauce !
Trying to make you enjoy barbecue sauce as much as we do

Dizzy Tropical Fruit Flavour

Tuesday, 10 March 2009 05:48 by nico


We love to find new barbecue sauces to taste, bu we also like to find any other fancy things !

So, for once, let’s talk about something else than barbecue sauce: today I tested a drink I’ve never seen before called Dizzy.

Dizzy
It’s made by Yoplait under the brand “Yop”, which are drinking yoghurts; but this one is a “refreshing fizzy dairy drink” !

I totally imagine your facial expression right now, and I was quite excited to taste that. In fact it’s like Tropical Yop – but less thick -mixed with light sparkling water. That’s an original blend for sure, but the result is not that great... it leaves a pretty strange feeling in your mouth !

The packaging is kinda cool tho, it’s shipped in a purple aluminium bottle of 25cl and you have to uncap it like a grenade (ohh, I liked this !).

Dizzy Cap
You have to drink it really cold and there is also another flavour with citrus fruits; if you want to know more about it, check the flashy website (in french).

Found in Belgium in GB Paduwa, Evere.
Price: can’t remember

Ingredients:

  • Drinking yoghurt: 66%
  • Water
  • Sugar
  • Glucose-Fructose Syrup
  • Flavourings
  • Pectin
  • Citric Acid
  • Milk Calcium Complex
  • Colours: E160a, E160c - E290.

Nutrition information (for 100ml):

  • Energy: 71kcal
  • Protein: 2,3g
  • Carbohydrate: 12,6g
  • Fat: 1,0g
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Chicken BBQ Pizza

Wednesday, 4 March 2009 06:20 by nico

Hey !

I guess the time has come to add some recipes to this blog... Let's begin by a classic one: a chicken BBQ pizza Laughing

Ingredients:

- 150g pizza dough
- 130g sliced chicken breast
- 4 to 5 tablespoons of sifted tomatoes
- 5 slices of mozzarella
- an handful of peppers
- grated cheese
- spices and herbs
- barbecue sauce, as much as you want !

For the pizza dough, you can either buy one in the supermarket or go for DIY, that's what I did using the breadmaker. Here's what you need for one pizza:

- 1/2 teaspoon of yeast
- 225g of flour (either white or whole, I mixed both)
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- 120ml of water
- herbs

1. Cook the chicken !

For this recipe, I choose to use the Hunt's Original BBQ Sauce, because as said on the label, it's Thick And Rich ! This sauce is perfect for cooking, other sauces like the HP Original don't taste as good when heated.



 

Set the heat to the max and add a tablespoon of barbecue sauce when it turns white.



Let the chicken cook for 2/3 minutes and then keep it apart when it looks tasty like this:


2. Prepare the topping

When your pizza dough is flattened, cover it with the tomatoes (add some herbs to it, it tastes better !), the slices of mozzarella, the chicken... and add some extra barbecue sauce ! 


Put as much sauce as you want. Then add the peppers, the grated cheese and some pizza spices (you can find them in your supermarket)

 

3. Put it in the oven at 180° for approximately 20 minutes and here it is !


That's what I call an Yummy Yummy Cooking Jam !


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Ste's favourite

Tuesday, 24 February 2009 21:23 by nico

If you haven't seen it yet, barbecuesauce.be has an official Facebook group, where my buddy Stephen from Blackpool in the UK, talked about his favourite BBQ Sauce from Dominoe's Pizza:

"Dominoes BBQ Sauce, it claims to be a mustard based sauce on the packet but after some thorough research (google) I discovered the contents to be as follows:

High fructose corn syrup, tomato paste, distilled vinegar, molasses, brown sugar, salt, modified food starch, spices, mustard bran, natural flavour, onion and garlic powder, colour, lemon juice, preservative (E211)–M

quite possibly my favourite so far"

Next time I'll go to our Dominoe's, I'll ask them what bbq sauce they use... because their "Barbecue Grill" pizza is quite delicious ! Oh, and replace the smoked bacon by green peppers, it's even better :)

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HP Hot BBQ Sauce

Friday, 20 February 2009 06:48 by nico

For those who like it hot ! Surprised

You don't usually expect a barbecue sauce to be spicy (and Marie doesn't like this one that much) but its tangy kick is still very good. Ahhh, HP sauces are amongst the best !

Found in KaDeWe, Berlin in August 2008
Not found in Belgium

Quantity per bottle : 430g - 370ml
Price : can't remember !

Ingredients:

  • Tomatoes
  • Glucose-fructose
  • Syrup
  • Spirit Vinegar
  • Molasses
  • Sugar
  • Modified Maize Starch
  • Salt
  • Spices
  • Malic Acid

Nutrition information per 100g:

  • Energy : 156 kcal 
  • Protein : 0.9g
  • Carbohydrate (of which sugars) : 36.7g (34.1g)
  • Fat (of which saturates) : 0.1g (Trace)
  • Fibre : 0.3g
  • Sodium : 0.8g
  • Salt equivalent : 2.0g
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HP Mild BBQ Sauce

Friday, 20 February 2009 06:30 by nico

The original one with a delicious hint of honey ! Smile

Sweeter than any other sauces we tasted, but really worth the try !



Found in KaDeWe, Berlin in August 2008
Not found in Belgium

Quantity per bottle : 430g - 370ml
Price : can't remember !

Ingredients:

  • Tomatoes
  • Glucose-fructose
  • Syrup
  • Spirit Vinegar
  • Molasses
  • Sugar
  • Modified Maize Starch
  • Honey (3%)
  • Salt
  • Spices
  • Flavourings
  • Contains Sulphates

Nutrition information per 100g:

  • Energy : 126 kcal 
  • Protein : 0.6g
  • Carbohydrate (of which sugars) : 32.2g (26.2g)
  • Fat (of which saturates) : 0.2g (Trace)
  • Fibre : 0.2g
  • Sodium : 1.0g
  • Salt equivalent : 2.5g
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