Outta The Park BBQ Sauce is a unique new barbecue sauce that's made with real ingredients (nothing artificial or engineered in a lab), and is remarkably delicious. Beginning with a pleasantly sweet tomato base that's enhanced with a touch of vinegar and mustard, the flavor evolves with the careful addition of garlic, spices and zingy ginger, and finally finishes with a satisfying hot pepper kick (about a mild-medium heat level) from a dash of jalapeno peppers and hot sauce. This full-bodied sauce will make your mouth sing: Thick and rich like any self-respecting tomato BBQ sauce, but with a velvety feel thanks to some creamy butter plus little bits of fresh ingredients to add interest. The main ingredient in this robust barbeque sauce is organic ketchup, and there's no high-fructose corn syrup or MSG or GMOs. The butter is made from non-rBST/rBGH treated cows, the spices are non-irradiated, and there are no artificial flavors, colors, preservatives or additives. In sum, Outta The Park BBQ Sauce truly is a barbecue sauce that will please foodies and regular folks, and anyone who's looking for natural foods that actually taste good.
Perhaps what I enjoy the most in Outta The Park BBQ Sauce -- in addition to how good it tastes -- is its versatility: Slather it on ribs, chicken and other meats & poultry during the last 15 minutes of grilling or broiling and the sauce will keep your food moist and tender while adding amazing flavor and creating a seductive slightly caramelized coating that's irresistible, especially with the little bits of ginger and jalapeno pepper. Heat up some Outta The Park BBQ Sauce and use it as a warm condiment for hearty sandwiches, hamburgers, veggie burgers, grilled portobellos, and even as a sauce for steamed green beans or fish. Use it as a dipping sauce for fries, onion rings, hush puppies, chicken fingers or nuggets, jalapeno poppers, fish sticks... heck, even fried zucchini and tempura veggies. Cook up some chicken wings and then toss in a bowl to coat with this barbecue sauce for an amazingly delicious variation on Buffalo wings. Add some Outta The Park BBQ Sauce to your meatloaf recipe, baked beans, and ground meat for burgers to ratchet up the flavor. You can even pour it on pulled pork BBQ as an alternative to thin vinegar-based sauces, or use it in the crock pot with venison and other tougher cuts of meat. I hear it even makes a good sauce for homemade BBQ chicken pizza, but I haven't tried that recipe yet.
So if you're looking to hit a home run with friends and family at your Labor Day cookout -- or if you need a tasty gift for a baseball fan who likes to grill or eat good food -- make sure to order some Outta The Park BBQ Sauce from the Carolina Sauce Company, where it's currently on sale.