Berries, chipotle fire up this BBQ
Nothing says summer like firing up the grill. And nothing complements a grilled chop better than a rich, delicious barbecue sauce. Amy Lyda at the Black Mountain Bistro makes this Blackberry Chipotle barbecue sauce to use on the blackberry pork chop the restaurant offers. It's thick, a bit hot and full of the kinds of flavors that evoke summer's richness. Her recipe makes lots of sauce, so buy lots of chops, chicken or beef and invite a bunch of friends over.
Blackberry Chipotle Barbecue Sauce
2 pints of fresh blackberries
2 cups of ketchup
2 cups of red wine vinegar
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup of white sugar
1 tablespoon crushed red pepper
1 clove of garlic chopped
Combine all ingredients in nonstick pot and cook string constantly to break up berries let cook down for 1 hour. Strain sauce to remove berry seeds. Serve on pork, chicken, or beef.
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