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    Huskee's Orange-Jalapeno BBQ Shawsh

    This is based on my Original Shawsh, a sweet, peppery & vinegary KC-style BBQ sauce, but with an extra orange and jalapeno kick.
    See also my new Huskee's Mustard Shawsh.


    Huskee's Orange-Jalapeno Shawsh
    • 3 C Ketchup (I use Heinz since it's a fav in my house)
    • 1 C white sugar
    • 1/2 C brown sugar
    • 3/4 C apple cider vinegar
    • *1.5 Cups good quality orange juice, pulped works great in this recipe
    • 2 Tbsp molasses
    • 1 Tbsp mustard (yellow ballpark style, from a bottle)
    • 1 Tbsp table salt
    • 1 Tbsp Worcestershire
    • 1 Tbsp coarse black pepper
    • 2 tsp garlic powder
    • 1 tsp onion powder
    • 1 finely chopped jalapeno, no seeds




    Chop and run the jalapeno through a food processor to pulverize it and get it to a juicy semi-coarse mush. (Wear gloves! Do not touch eyes while working with jalapenos! Wash hands after handling the jalapeno parts & removing gloves!)

    Add all ingredients (*except orange juice) in medium saucepan over medium heat.

    For best results, add jalapeno mash to the saucepan/pot first and heat gently for a couple minutes. Then stir in each ingredient separately beginning with vinegar and ketchup, until mixed well. Bring to simmer/very low boil. Reduce heat to maintain a simmer, stirring regularly for one hour. *After one hour, add the 1.5 Cups of orange juice. Stir well and remove from heat.

    This sauce is best served warm, but cold out of the fridge is fine too based on your preference.

    #2
    Don't necessarily relieve yourself while working with jalapeno's either, or you'll have the garden hose down your pants.

    Don't ask me how I know...

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    • treesmacker
      treesmacker commented
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      Yep, done that only once - tried sour cream on it, but not much help! And... this sauce sounds like something I will try - copying to my One-Note.

    • Meathead
      Meathead commented
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      Yeah, and keep yer mits off yer wife too.

    • Craigar
      Craigar commented
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      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hw1t7OCESUw for some reason this song popped into my head.

    #3
    Originally posted by JGo37 View Post
    Don't necessarily relieve yourself while working with jalapeno's either, or you'll have the garden hose down your pants.

    Don't ask me how I know...
    Ouch! Even though I know better, I STILL RUBBED MY EYE yesterday, and of course it was right after seeding & chopping the jalapeno. Dummy. Thankfully the 'I-want-to-die-my-eye-hurts-so-badly' searing pain only last about 10-15 minutes if you get water on it right away...

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    • JGo37
      JGo37 commented
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      Habits - you get distracted, you end up in pain.

    • Abom
      Abom commented
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      Now see, that's where you're going wrong! Water won't cut that oil. Next time use some dish soap!

    • JGo37
      JGo37 commented
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      Well, my pain lasted 10 - 15 hours and my wife thought my cornea would be scarred. Thankfully looks OK today. Pretty much, anyway.

    #4
    I cain't, with a clear conscience, recommend doin either of th above moves, after handlin Ghosties, Scorps, or Reapers, neither...
    Ain't gonna be no 10-15 minute deal, more like how fast can we git to th ER??? YMWV

    Thanks, Huskee fer sharin this new take on yer delicious Shawsh! Much appreciated, Brother!

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    • Mr. Bones
      Mr. Bones commented
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      EdF thanks fer th Zappa, Brother !

    • Steve B
      Steve B commented
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      Done that with Reapers ONCE. Two days after I was still burning my eyes. Lesson learned.

    • JGo37
      JGo37 commented
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      Luckily I usually have an ER with me - my wife is a Triage / First Response nurse. When I'm hurt, she tells me how stupid I am. That doesn't help.

    #5
    thanks Huskee for sharing, this sounds really good....what meat do you like to use it on best???

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    • Huskee
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      I like it on both chicken & pork. I've never found a sauce I like on smoked beef, but many others have told me this is good on beef. I need to develop a better beef BBQ sauce, stay tuned!

    • EdF
      EdF commented
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      This one sounded like it would be great on beef!

    • Huskee
      Huskee commented
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      EdF my b&sil loved it on smoked beef but i think it's too sweet. It could just be my aversion to sweet on beef.

    #6
    Hey Huskee, on a 1-5 scale, heat factor? I’d guess about a 2?
    Gotta try this - have a whole chicken on the smoker right now. Will let you know. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Huskee
      Huskee commented
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      When you taste it on a spoon, about a 3 or 4. On meat, 2. If you like heat you can use 2 jalapenos

    • obiQsmoker
      obiQsmoker commented
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      Excellent, just what I needed. Anxious to try - will let you know.

    #7
    Great, more crap to impress people with.

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      #8
      Thanks Huskee for the recipie ..
      Will try it.

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        #9
        Nice sounding sauce. Mainly the type of ingredients I would use for that style sauce. As for a beef sauce I like a savory vinegar sauce.

        I too have had the rubbed eye syndrome. Never had the hand down the pants syndrome but I've heard if you do stick your hand down your pants don't go having sex with your woman. She won't like you after that. LOL

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          #10
          Thanks for sharing! I only have half a bottle of the original left so I'm due for a new batch.

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          • Huskee
            Huskee commented
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            I look forward to your thoughts if you try it

          #11
          Bravo once again Huskee !! I just posted my pomegranate-orange sauce recipe, somewhat like this one but more sweet, less heat.

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            #12
            Thanks for sharing... recipes are stored in my One-Note... I like to collect here...
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            • Huskee
              Huskee commented
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              #honored

            • obiQsmoker
              obiQsmoker commented
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              Ah, a fellow OneNote guy- outstanding tool. Great for my smoking journal too!

            • N227GB
              N227GB commented
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              That's cool! My Google Drive needs to be better organized. I've played around with OneNote but never went far.

            #13
            That sounds like a real tasty sauce. Now you're gonna need a label when you start offering that concoction to the world:

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            I love the name by the way!

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              #14
              Thanks for the recipe brother. I was thinking of doing some smoked chicken this weekend and I think this recipe pretty much locks in that decision.

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                #15
                i am very interested in this.

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