How To Cook With Spicy BBQ Sauce

Spicy bbq sauce really packs a punch with its sweet and spicy flavor, delighting the whole family. Whether you slather it on pulled pork, beef, chicken, or something else entirely, our spicy bbq sauce  elevates your meal to the next level and makes it one your guests will remember for years to come!

If the mere mention of beef brisket with homemade bbq sauce makes you salivate, we can’t blame you. When you cook with sauces packed with flavor like cayenne pepper, maple syrup, smoked paprika, Worcestershire sauce, and freshly ground black pepper, it would come as no surprise when half the neighborhood turns up on your doorstep!

The liquid smoke and sweet spicy bbq sauce smell brings out the sauce fan in all of us. It’s a delicious spicy sauce to serve with chicken, pork, or another grilled meat, or even to use as a dipping sauce for your appetizer.

Cooking With Spicy BBQ Sauce

If you haven’t tried this sauce yet because you’re not sure where to start, we have options aplenty for you to try. And if burgers aren’t your style, no need to worry— our spicy barbecue sauce pairs well with so much more!

Try our spicy barbecue sauce on an appetizer like bacon-wrapped, cream cheese-stuffed jalapenos that guarantees 5 stars all around. If you’re craving chicken, throw some on a pizza and use our spicy sauce to replace usual your marinara.

Into veggies? Whether you’re a vegetarian, vegan, or simply just a fan of well-cooked and great tasting healthy vegetables, you can’t go wrong by adding a sauce with flavors like cayenne pepper, apple cider vinegar, dark brown sugar, and smoked paprika. Your recipes are set to serve up heat and sweetness that make them the best flavors in town.

Sure, the 4th of July may be over for another year, but that doesn’t mean your bbq sauces need to be! Football season is right around the corner, which means burgers, kabobs, and steak are on the menu.

And what goes better with grilled and smoked meats than a delicious spicy BBQ sauce that brings both the sweet and the heat?