Top Rated BBQ Recipes

Spicy BBQ Wings
These simple and easy-to-make wings get a spicy kick from a spicy BBQ sauce but, if you like the heat, then add some hot sauce or diced jalapeños. You could also try adding some heat to a ranch or blue cheese dipping sauce. Or, if you'd rather just have mild BBQ-flavored wings, then look for a less intense BBQ sauce. Click here for The Ultimate Wing Party story. 
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mini bbq chicken sliders
BBQ chicken sliders are perfect for a backyard hangout, dinner on the couch and everything between. Root beer gives these mini sandwiches a craveable flavor.This recipe is courtesy of King's Hawaiian.
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Zesty BBQ Drumsticks
If you like a lot of smoky flavor in your grilled chicken, then this simple drumsticks recipe is the one for you.This recipe is courtesy of Perdue.
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Tempeh, which is made from fermented and cooked soybeans, has recently grown in popularity. The affordable meat alternative can be made in a variety of ways. Here, tempeh is blanched, broiled and tossed with a sweet and tangy barbecue sauce.Recipe courtesy of Ian Theasby and Henry David Firth of BOSH.tv, from their cookbook, Speedy BOSH! Quick. Easy. All Plants.
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Cured's BBQ Shrimp
Chef Steve McHugh may be a Wisconsin-born chef running an acclaimed San Antonio restaurant (Cured), but he's a New Orleans chef through-and-through. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America he moved to The Big Easy, where he spent time cooking at restaurants including Dickie Brennan's SteakBacco before joining chef John Besh's team at Best Steak and later his fine dining restaurant August, where he served as chef de cuisine. This is McHugh's recipe for classic New Orleans-style BBQ shrimp, which coats the shrimp in a rich and buttery sauce. 
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Smoked Texas BBQ Brisket
Infuse beef brisket with Grill Mates Texas BBQ Seasoning—a bold blend of tomato, chili and black peppers. Cooked low and slow in the smoker, this brisket comes out tender and flavorful, ready to be sliced and served on rolls.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
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This quick and easy marinade is great for grilling vegetables, and also works well with chicken or skirt steak.
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They sure know their barbecue down south, and this recipe demonstrates the sweet side to the cuisine. Created by chef Harrison Keevil, owner of Brookville Restaurant in Charlottesville, Va., this barbecue sauce has the perfect amount of heat and sweetness.  Click here to read how to Make the Ultimate Barbecue Sauce
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Alabama-Style BBQ Sauce
My family and I are addicted to Big Bob Gibson’s Championship Red barbecue sauce; it has the right balance of sweet and hot, and we think it would taste good served on anything! Big Bob’s is located in Decatur, Alabama, and serves some of the most delectable BBQ you will ever taste. The sauce recipe presented here is pretty close to Big Bob’s, but I think we need to sit in Big Bob’s kitchen to find the secret ingredients! Click here to see the Pulled Pork Shoulder with Alabama-Style BBQ Sauce recipe.
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Bust out the barbecue sauce, 'cause it's officially summer! For non-meat-eaters, seitan is a great replacement. It's savory and the texture is much more pleasant than that of tofu. This sandwich is super easy to make and you can experiment with different toppings. Click here to see Fast and Furious Dinner Recipes — 20 Minutes or Less.
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Not all chicken nuggets are bad for you! This recipe is suitable for kids and adults alike. Neither processed nor fried, these nuggets are something you and your children can feel good about eating. 
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"My boys use to spend their summers with their grandmother in Alabama. She would treat them to a meal at a restaurant that served white barbecue sauce over chicken and my family thought it was wonderful. I started making it at home and every time I make the sauce, it brings back memories of those summers in Tuscaloosa. The white sauce should be applied only at the very end of your grilling or smoking because it will breakdown and separate if it is heated too long." — Sabrina Everett, Thomasville, Ga. Click here to see 10 Iconic Recipes That Define America
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