Do you just let your meat marinate in sauce or do you just pour over the meat?
Oct 23, 2013
Follow the other suggestions and it will turn out just like TGIFridays. I use it on pan-seared salmon all the time. It's our favorite sauce.
May 25, 2013
Itsy COMMENT: Love!!!! I used onion and caramelized them a bit first then added the Jack to deglaze. Next time I will cut Tabasco way down or eliminate it, but only because I don't remember the heat in this sauce. This is an awesome recipe!!!!
Jan 22, 2013
ThePug Member since: January 22, 2013 REVIEW:
Made this the other night cause Hubby said he likes TGIF JD sauce. I only used 1 cup brown sugar. I will be making this sauce very often! He said it was perfect!!
Jul 12, 2012
this recipe is pretty accurate... I made changes as suggested (less brown sugar, added a little bit of garlic powder, and added some molasses) and came out damn near the same... thank you author!
May 16, 2012
Great recipe! Tastes almost the same as original one. I used just 1 cup of molasses and sauted onion in place of powder plus some garlic and it is fantastic!
Dec 8, 2011
This recipe is almost spot-on EXCEPT for the tobasco. The original TGI Friday's sauce does not have any heat whatsoever. So why is this in here? I foolishly followed the recipe to a T and included the 1 Tbsp... bad mistake. It was soooooo hot! I know at least one person in my house won't be able to eat this now.
Exclude the Tobasco or use no more than 1 tsp.
Other than that, it's perfect!
Jul 11, 2011
Amazing, tastes exactly like the real thing. Simply amazing. i used 2/3 of a cup of sugar, 2 stock cubes and half a tbsp of tobasco
Dec 22, 2010
First off, tell angelos714 at the beginning of the JD barbecue sauce recipe it states makes one cup.
I followed all instructions(also adding bacon bits) and the results were outstanding.
May 16, 2010
DonCarlo Member since: May 16, 2010 REVIEW:
I can't believe I just made Jack Daniel's sauce. Only 1 cup of brown sugar and ½ tsp of Tabasco makes the difference. Saute some onions with Olive oil(1 tsp) then add the Jack D. Let it simmer for 12 min then add other ingredients. This totally rocks. My Rib eye was the bomb (^_^)
Dec 30, 2009
Guest Foodie COMMENT: I made it with half the amount of the ingredients posted (it was for small dishes), and it turned out the beef buillon's taste was too strong (2 cubes), covering the rest of the materials. The sauce was ruined...
Nov 19, 2009
angelos714 COMMENT: CAN SOMEONE PLEASE LET ME KNOW EXACTLY HOW MUCH BROWN SUGAR SHOULD I PUT IN IF IAM MAKING ONE CUP??????????? PLEASE!!!!!!PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IAM HAVING GUEST OVER TONIGHT AND I WANT TO MAKE THIS SAUSE BUT EVERYONE KEEPS SAYING THAT TO CUT DOWN ON THE BROWN SUGAR CAN SOME ONE LET ME KNOW HOW MUCH...?????????? ***ASAP*** THANKS EVERYONE
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