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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BBQ Satay
If you're a barbecue or outdoor grill fanatic, and are looking for something different and unique, then nothing fits better than satay. This is a Southeast Asian dish consisting of some pieces of meat, either lamb, chicken, beef, or pork, grilled on a skewer and served with a spiced sauce, usually a peanut sauce. The origins of satay may be Java, Sumatra, or Indonesia, where it's very popular. Indonesians have a variety of satays, and they are commonly sold by street vendors; and the meats used may range from mutton, to rabbit, to squid. Below is a typical recipe for grilled chicken satay. If you prefer, pork tenderloins can be used. Just cut them into 1-inch cubes and follow recipe directions Another piece of trivia: some experts state that the word "satay" is derived from the Minnan-Chinese words sa tae bak ("three pieces of meat").
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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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BBQ Spaghetti
Everyone loves baked pasta and there is no better time to indulge than winter. The carbs in the pasta fill you up and the cheesy-oven-baked-goodness of a casserole warms you up. This version from Spicy Southern Kitchen has a flavorful twist: barbecue sauce, green onions, and cilantro.Click here to see more of our best pasta recipes.
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Tangy Grape BBQ Meatballs
Little meatballs are everyone's favorite! Serve these as a party appetizer or for a buffet, or spoon them over brown rice for dinner.
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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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There's something about chicken nuggets that make them one of the most popular kid foods in America. You can "oven-fry" instead of deep-frying, and upgrade the breading so it becomes a nutritious food instead of just a layer of simple carbs to hold the frying fat. The dipping sauce can also add delicious covert nutrition — especially when you add spinach and blueberries to it.  Click here to see 10 Back-to-School Recipes to Make Your Kids Happy
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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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My family loves this homemade barbecue chicken pizza and it's easy to prepare personal-size pizzas out on the grill where everyone can make their own pie.  Individual pizzas on the grill are quick, easy, and totally customizable.
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3.5
BBQ Chicken Pizza
If you are a fan of the taste of barbecue, you’ll love this chicken pizza! I love experimenting with different sauce bases and this one is a great alternative to traditional tomato sauce on your pizza. Click here to see A Healthy Super Bowl Menu. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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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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