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gulfcoastguy
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I bought a grilling magazine today. One of the recipes is as follows. Now I know it has avoids and will need adaption but it also has some nice beneficials.

Fig BBQ Sauce

1 cup fresh figs
1/4 cup prunes, pitted
2 cups water
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar         maybe lemon juice cut with water?
1/2 cup brown sugar                   3/8 cup dark agave?
2 tablespoons molasses               either blackstrap or more dark agave?
1 tablespoon onion powder          1/4 of a real onion
1 tablespoon black pepper           heaping tablespoon or jalapeno or other hot pepper?
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard          ya got me?
1/2 teaspoon allspice                   one small avoid or maybe some mace?
1 teaspoon cayenne

heat in a sauce pan over medium heat, stirring for 5 minutes.
reduce to low for 20 to 30 minutes
blend in a food processor, cool and then refrigerate

Let the comments begin!
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How about dried mustard powder for the dijon mustard?  I think that is allowed . . .

Sounds yummy!!!


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and lemon juice for the apple cider vinegar

also have this recipe for   Lemon Vinegar

take juice of 1/2 lemon with about 2" of water, put in bottle, close it, put in cupboard for five days  to make culture, take out add another 1/2 lemon juiced and fill bottle with water and put back in cupboard, for two week = baby vinegar

can be whisked with olive oil as salad dressing or
could be cooked down & served over ice cream

or over veggies (does not say which way, maybe either

also did not say what size bottle.  (have not tried, yet)
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Looks great! No problems here.


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I would try it with just the figs and forget about the other sweeteners.  Maybe up the amount a hair.  I bet it would be sweet enough.

Looks good though!!


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I'm not even going to get started on the FODMAPs lol.

what is it with people teasing me with all this yummy sounding food today.


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Oh PC, we just love sharing great recipes for those who like great food...  Sorry that you have a problem with fresh figs...  I also can't eat too many, but I like 2 or 3 per day during the season...


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Well it is just meant as a sauce or glaze for grilled food, not something that you would eat by the bowlfull.
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Quoted from gulfcoastguy
Well it is just meant as a sauce or glaze for grilled food, not something that you would eat by the bowlfull.


Exactly.


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I wonder how much fresh onion is equal to a tablespoon of onion powder? And how much fresh garlic is equal garlic powder? I just got through repotting my pepper bushes so there should be plenty of that this year.
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1 teaspoon onion powder = 1/3 cup chopped onion

1 teaspoon garlic powder = 8 cloves garlic


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Thanks
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Gulfcoastguy,

Yummy recipe! Growing up, my Grandmere would sometimes stuff/ make pockets in different roasts such as pork, beef, or turkey  and use whole pieces or slices of figs, prunes or apricots. The meat was always moist and delicious.....and I never really loved red meat! I actually make chicken or turkey with figs or apricots sometimes.


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