Alabama White Sauce Recipe – How to Make Alabama White BBQ Sauce – Tricks and Tips

Alabama White Sauce Recipe - How to Make Alabama White BBQ Sauce

Unlike other barbecue sauce recipes, you won’t find anything red here! White BBQ sauce, also known as Alabama White sauce, is a regional recipe that many Southerners use to dip and dress up smoked chicken, pork, and other BBQ dishes. Try it with grilled chicken, grilled ribs, or even drizzle it on a spicy BBQ brisket. It’s creamy and peppery, and it will change the way you think about BBQ sauce!

What is white BBQ sauce made of?

Alabama white sauce starts with a base of mayonnaise and apple cider vinegar. Many variations exist but typical flavorings include mustard, Worcestershire sauce, sugar or honey, garlic and/or onion powder, and lots of black pepper. We like to use fresh garlic, prepared horseradish, and a little dash of cayenne for added heat and spice.

What does white BBQ sauce taste like?

The creamy mayonnaise base is balanced with acid from vinegar and lemon juice, which keeps it bright and compliments a fatty cut of meat. Lots of black pepper, cayenne, and horseradish (use if you have!) give the sauce a kick. Garlic adds a savory note, while brown sugar acts to balance all of the bright flavors.

What do you pair with white BBQ sauce?

Smoked chicken wings are the perfect pairing, or serve this with any slow-cooked meat, especially if it’s smoked or grilled. It also tastes great as a dip for chicken tenders or even french fries!

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