Saturday, January 22, 2011

Easy Habanero Peach BBQ Sauce

For my radio show Rider On Recipes this week, I'm deconstructing a Habanero Peach BBQ Pork Tenderloin recipe from a trendy restaurant in Austin.   Time and cost are always first when I work a recipe, as I want to help the listeners put something together quickly but also that doesn't break the bank.   It didn't take me long to get things simmering in the pan and once cooled, I pureed it in the blender to make a smooth and spicy sauce that will go on almost everything!

Easy Habenaro Peach BBQ Sauce

Ingredients:
  • 1 T olive oil
  • 1 small sweet onion, chopped
  • 3 Habanero Peppers, seeded and chopped
  • 1 bottle plain, inexpensive BBQ Sauce
  • 1 jar peach preserves
Directions:   In a saucepan, saute the onions in olive oil and set aside.   Carefully, and using gloves, de-seed the Habanero peppers then chop.   In a large pot, start to simmer the large bottle of BBQ Sauce.   Add the peach preserves, sauted onion and Habanero peppers and cook slowly for an hour. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature.   Once cooled, puree in a blender until smooth.   Store in glass jars in the refrigerator until ready to use!

Great with Pork Tenderloin, Ribs, Sausage, Flank Steak, or Chicken!   Enjoy!

7 comments:

The Renwicks said...

This looks really delicious - I'll certainly give it a try!

briarrose said...

Interesting flavor combination. Zesty.

Suchi said...

oh wow, deadly combination- peach n habanero sounds divine!

Eftychia said...

It really easy to make and it looks tasty as well, thank you for sharing!

Kate @ Diethood.com said...

I don't really like BBQ sauces, but yours sounds like something I could end up liking. Love that you use peach preserves.

Lizzy said...

Sounds like a fabulous combination of ingredients! I'd probably have to go light on the habaneros, but I bet they add a lovely kick!

Paul Byron Downs said...

From Georgia and if it has peaches, I'm on board. Also liquid smoke in both hickory and mesquite are two of my favorites to put in BBQ sauce. Be careful, because it only takes a little.

Paul